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Old 01-13-2018, 11:49 AM
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57 F-800 Big Job Marmon Herrington

I don't know if any of you guys have seen this. I searched this forum but didn't find it.

There is a '57 Big Job Marmon Herrington for sale in the Louisville, KY Craig's List.

Just in case anyone is interested.

https://louisville.craigslist.org/ct...417980649.html

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This truck is great!!! love the F800!
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I have never seen an F800 M/H, probably didn't convert a lot of them. But alas, rare doesn't always equate to valuable. The truck probably has gears in the 6's or deeper, meaning 40-45 mph would be flat out. It will take a special kind of collector to pony up for that one.
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That Girl is a long way from home. It is an EX CAF (Canadian Armed Forces) truck likely Army. The dog tags on the door are the dead give away. As well as the Paint code of 3-13 from the 1GP-12A Canadian Paint Standards that were in use in the era on the door dog tags. This was the standard colour of CAF vehicles in the era.

The Green that is on the chassis is the original colour the truck would have been as delivered. There are still traces of it on the chassis, axles, and Cab.

Wonder what stories she would have to tell on how she ended up states side.
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