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  1. Thank you for your quick reply, Mr. Albright! I gathered that the parts in the photos had been sold to the car owner in New Jersey. I was more curious if the remainder of the 1911 truck chassis from Rusk, Texas--i.e. frame rails, axles, wheels, etc.--was still around or not. I'm glad that the running gear went to a home. Thanks, Neil
  2. I know this is an older thread, but does anyone know if the White truck chassis that these parts came out of ended up getting scrapped?
  3. Thank you for those suggestions, Bud. I am quite familiar with all three of those websites and I was considering posting this story on them. Luckily, though, I think a good new home for the truck has been found already (knock on wood). I am glad to know there are people out there who care about vehicles like this. Thanks again, waukesha
  4. I know what you mean--shipping and storage are usually the biggest constraints for a collector. Your interest is appreciated all the same.
  5. Would anyone be interested in a 1972 Ford Courier that is currently for sale in Paso Robles, CA? The seller is moving and if the truck is not off the property on or before June 19th, there may be no choice but to junk it. This seems like it would be a waste, as I am sure there are people out there who could use Courier parts. This truck may also be complete enough to restore. Here's a link to the truck's Craigslist ad: https://slo.craigslist.org/pts/d/paso-robles-1972-ford-courier-parts/6906484141.html There is also a '69 F250 with a Douglas utility bed available from
  6. Hello, Would anyone be interested in a 1969 F-250 with a utility bed that is currently for sale in Paso Robles, CA? The seller is moving and if the truck is not off the property on or before June 19th, there may be no choice but to junk it. That would be a shame. You don't see old pickups with these types of beds very often. It has the original 360 V8, a 4 speed manual, and a good title. The seller also tells me that he is willing to settle for a very agreeable price. Here's a link to the truck's Craigslist ad: https://slo.craigslist.org/pts/d/paso-robles-1969-ford-250-
  7. Thank you for your reply, Don. I think I have found someone who could save it, but if it doesn't work out with them I will be sure to post this in the section you suggested. Thanks again, waukesha
  8. Hello, I'm curious if anyone on this forum might be interested in acquiring a circa 1927-1930 Kleiber 2.5 ton truck that's currently for sale in Paso Robles, CA. The seller tells me that if it is not removed from its present resting place on or before June 19th, it will almost certainly be scrapped. This is because the seller is moving and has to be off the property after June 19. Kleiber trucks were made in San Francisco from 1914 to 1937 and are quite rare nowadays. I'm told that this truck was originally used to haul timber to the quicksilver mines just west of P
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