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ID:	1023925 I have a collection of antique cars and trucks, which are currently on my layout. But I cannot find any of these classic beauties... Click image for larger version

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    Vincent Massi

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    Neat photos Vince. There's a member of the PRRT&HS that has a p/u very similar to the middle picture that I saw displayed at an annual meeting several years back.
    Curt Webb

    Freelanced PRR Bellevue Sub

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      Vince, Classic Metal Works Mini Metals had a 1950 Ford pickup among its earliest models that were cast metal. It's not part of the current inventory, but still can be found.

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        Thank you, Bill. I have two 1956 Ford pickups with cranes in the back. One has "Gulf" on the side, and the other has "Texaco." But if I get a chance, I'll buy the 1950 Ford pickup as well.
        Vincent Massi

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        • #5
          That Pennsy hirailer is cool!
          Karl Scribner-Curmudgeon

          Cedar Swamp
          SW of Manistique, MI

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