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Old 01-29-2013, 07:28 AM   #26
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I love those truck/trailer rigs. We don't have that back east. They are my favorites
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Old 01-29-2013, 08:56 AM   #27
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Man I love all them big ol' son ova guns!!!. I'm slowly working up to that size truck. Then I'll get the forever stupid question when i buy one, "what are you gonna do with that?!!!, Gonna drive it you dumb ass!!!. Thanks Tim, Great thread.
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Great pictures. A lot of them I've never seen before.

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Old 01-29-2013, 10:32 PM   #29
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Man I love all them big ol' son ova guns!!!. I'm slowly working up to that size truck. Then I'll get the forever stupid question when i buy one, "what are you gonna do with that?!!!, Gonna drive it you dumb ass!!!. Thanks Tim, Great thread.
Here's the '69 C/60 I wanted (so people could ask me the forever stupid question,"what are you gonna do with that?") to buy. I saw it at the junk yard/towing co, that's near my house. They put the complete and running vehicles out for sale. It wasn't put into a spot yet but I went and asked to see if they'd sell it. I'm familiar with the company that owned it,a landscape company (big one) that runs all Chevys and all this green. I coulda had it for $1,500 but just couldn't round it up. The 366 purred like a kitten.
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I was born a trucker to late to drive these cool trucks.
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Here's the '69 C/60 I wanted (so people could ask me the forever stupid question,"what are you gonna do with that?") to buy. I saw it at the junk yard/towing co, that's near my house. They put the complete and running vehicles out for sale. It wasn't put into a spot yet but I went and asked to see if they'd sell it. I'm familiar with the company that owned it,a landscape company (big one) that runs all Chevys and all this green. I coulda had it for $1,500 but just couldn't round it up. The 366 purred like a kitten.
Gas motor ..... air lines for trailer ....... johnson bar ...... I think we could haul a lot of old trucks on a trailer with this
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I was hoping that you could have bought that one. Did it finally sell?
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:37 AM   #33
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It sold within a week. I didn't stand a chance. If I had money,I was the first to ask about it. Woulda been an excellent pickup hauler. The first trailer woulda been a low-boy or Landoll type (and this is someone w/no money talkin' heh heh)
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man that green cannonball and yellow Dykstra truck are too cool
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KQQL IT,those are some sweet Jimmys!

Here's another shot of the green Cannonball when it was Fred Craig's. And,some other GMC semis he had:
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His son still has some,but sold some. This one I wish I had:
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Moooove over!
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I made the mistake once of parking next to a Cow Palace at a truckstop.

Also seen one with " That may not be rain on your windshield " lettered on the rear. Haha
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Y'all keep producing pictures of some trucks that I have never seen before. Tim, that red "Peterson's" Long Nose 9500 sure is nice.

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For those who maybe didn't notice, Fred Craig's '63 "Series B" Yellow GMC has a 702 V-12
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Hopefully I'll have some more soon.
Planning on several shows this year.
MATs in Louisville.
And AThS in Yakima and a local antique show.

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I want to point out a pretty rare part on Peterson's Red GMC 9500, which is the Running Board. Most 9500's have Side Saddle Tanks instead. This is the first Long Nose 9500 that I can ever remember that has a Running Board. Notice the Length of it.

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And AThS in Yakima and a local antique show.

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here is a few i had saved
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Good eye. I've never seen one with a running board

I wish I could make the national ATHS show. My ATHS buddy went when it was in Pleasanton. I was thinking some of yours are from there. m I right?
Not from Pleasanton. But several of those trucks where there.
http://www.antiquefarmshow.org

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This is one of the few machines that my father had when he first started farming. It was originally a shorter wheelbase with a 5th wheel and was used in northern Manitoba. When he started farming in this area, this was considered a large truck to haul grain with. And now, it doesn't even go out of the yard.

I believe it is a 1969 and it still runs with a 6-71 Detroit that had been rebuilt twice.











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By the Directional Lights, it is a '66 or a '67. The Emblem on the side of the hood also tells us it is an earlier model. Looks like it has a 5 X 4 Trans. These were real impressive trucks when they first were introduced in the mid '60's, as well as they still are today.

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