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Old 11-30-2008, 08:17 PM   #26
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Re: Vintage 4wd Pictures:Other Makes

cool truck...

who's the hippy?


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Old 11-30-2008, 08:23 PM   #27
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He helped build it.

I don`t have alot of pictures of Bobtails & Scouts since my last crash earlier this year...





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Old 12-01-2008, 12:38 AM   #28
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Those are some cool pictures special-k.
Do you have any info on the two woodys (International & plymouth I believe) or the '40 ford wagon?
I'm digging the 37" Armstrongs on youre old Dodge
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Old 12-01-2008, 12:39 AM   #29
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i have always liked the old toyota trucks. my dad had 3







these arent his. i will see if i can find a picture of his

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Old 12-01-2008, 01:46 AM   #30
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Some friends trucks, A Willys and a 454 powered Kaiser.
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Cool trucks.Randy,here`s the brother to your friend`s rig:


Those woodies I got off the computer.The car woody wagon is a Mercury.I did see that one at the Santa Cruz Woodys show in`03.That one and the Ford sedan are Marmon-Harrington conversions.As much as I love GMs,I can`t believe that when that Mercury was restored they put a chevy 350 in it.He said he did it to make it more roadworthy.Roadworthy?Where does he drive it that the original flathead V8 wouldn`t and I doubt it hardly gets driven.I`m just saying a car of that caliber should have the correct motor.I saw it listed for sale later that summer for $250,000.Now,do you see what I mean about the chevy motor?For 1/4million I`d want it correct.
I bought my first set of those Armstrongs from Cepek in`78 when they started making them.I waited 6 month for them to come out.I think I bought 5 sets all together by the time they stopped making them.I really liked them.I lifted that truck w/o a lift kit and cut the fenders to fit them.I took the front leaves out,arched one main leaf to desired arc(anvil & sledge hammer),matched the other side,matched the rest of the leaves...instant lift,caveman style.On the back I cut and welded pieces of leaf together to make blocks.There was nothing made for that truck.
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Old 12-01-2008, 09:53 AM   #32
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I would love to have one of those M-715's...


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Old 12-01-2008, 01:02 PM   #33
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here is a picture of my 48 Power-wagon. I has a "factory" Good-Roads snowplow and the rear pto with belt pulley.

Go to www.imageevent.com/ingramt_roy for more pictures.
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Wow,you have a nice`48.Looks like a solid survivor.
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Old 12-01-2008, 11:13 PM   #35
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you might have guessed I like Internationals.
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I'm not sure if this is a 4x4
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I'm not sure if this is a 4x4
Not only is it a 4X4 but it is arguably one of the best 4X4's ever made

*note: but it's not a vintage picture

Here is a vintage Unimog picture
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This is a rare XM 757 made for the military by Ford. It can be shifted to 8wd. The dark unit on the front is a water cannon! It's a craigslist item I found. Not mine. Wish it was!
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Great Internationals!!!

That 8wd would make a great wildfire rig.

Modern classic Fords:



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My first truck was a 1977 Dodge power wagon M882. 5/4 ton 4x4. I have a vintage photo of her in the govt. trim. I know it has a 1980's front clip. That old ex military powerwagon was tough as nails and could climb anything with its dana 60 front and dana 70 rear. Now I have a 1956 Willys wagon. She is a 28,XXX original mile stocker except for a chevy 327 now 350 transplant. I wnat to say the gearing is around 5:88's and this thing can climb straight up a hill

Sorry no new photos but this is where I found here sleeping in a barn for the past 30 years. I need to get new pictures one of these days(2 years old) ..............





Here was my parts 1962 willys pick up that got scrapped...



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Old 12-02-2008, 08:29 PM   #44
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Very cool thread guys! That tundra machine sounds like a cool story. Up until I heard that it ended up on the bottom of the ocean floor.
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Very cool thread guys! That tundra machine sounds like a cool story. Up until I heard that it ended up on the bottom of the ocean floor.
It was last visited in 1958. Not cost effective to bring home it was left behind but, it was up for free if you removed it from there. A few links for you!

http://www.thefoggiestnotion.com/snow_cruiser.htm

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ti...a_hueca_18.htm

http://operationdeepfreeze.blogspot....yrds-camp.html

http://www.ingentaconnect.com/conten...00004/art00001

http://www.lowellpl.lib.in.us/s2003may.htm

http://neptune.gsfc.nasa.gov/wais/pa...bosCruiser.pdf

http://www.joeld.net/snowcruiser/Armour1.html
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here is some willys


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Old 12-02-2008, 10:42 PM   #47
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Hey 68,69K20, thanks for the plug!!!! My brother and I own the brown and white 73 Bronco at the bottom of your post. That photo was from the second of three magazines it was in. That was in the Dec 2000 Collectible Automobile. It was also in the spring 97 Open Road and later in the May/June Motor trend Classic. It currently has only 48,000 original miles. It recieved only a cosmetic restoration.
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I have a 1979 Ford 4x4 shortbed





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....My brother and I own the brown and white 73 Bronco at the bottom of your post......
You have to post pictures of that Bronco. That is pretty rare to see a Bronco that year and it still be all original. Very nice.
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My brother-in-law (& friend) bought a sweet brown w/white `77 Bronco Explorer (didn`t they have that package?) back in the mid-80s.It was unusual to see one that wasn`t rusted and even more unusual the rear wheel openings were still uncut.It still had stock hubcaps and whitewalls.I was proud that he left the wells stock,ordered 16" stocker wheels and ran tall skinnies.He should have kept that thing.
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