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Re: 1954 Dodge Dump Truck

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mooseandsqurl62

03-02-2017 04:51:27




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Not many survived, they were just used until they wouldn't run anymore. This was my grandfathers when it wasnew. Was always my favorite truck, looks and soundwise. It was sold with approx 200,000 miles on it to a Mail Co. and replaced with a Mack. Wish I could find one to restore, not that I'm rich, but, there are a lot of mwmories in that truck. It was involved in an accident when it was around 2 years old, so, if you looked behind the seat, all you saw was Schmidts Beer cans, because that was what the rear of the cab was fixed with, they were steel then.[img][/img][img][/img][img][/img]

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John Saeli

04-21-2017 09:34:55




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 Re: 1954 Dodge Dump Truck in reply to mooseandsqurl62, 03-02-2017 04:51:27  
Holy Cow!! The Famed Model "Y", with the Famed 413-6 cyl.set up w/ dual Carb & Exhaust, no doubt!! We have a '54 Model "Y" single axle straight truck here, we still use on the farm, even though she is in retirement and gets babied. Schmidt's was my favorite beer when it was brewed in Philadelphia. Didn't taste the same when G. Hielmann bought them & moved everything to Colorado.



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