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Old 19-06-12, 14:18
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Default Probably everyone has seen these two trucks before

I was taking my dad around the Simcoe County Museum on Sunday and found these two. They had been converted Post-war and were quite the pieces of work. One a C15 Ford and the other a 3 ton.





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Old 19-06-12, 14:52
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Default I had not seen them

Hi Sean

Don't remember ever seeing them before, but what a way to clear your driveway of snow.

Of the two the Gray one with the shorter wheelbase would be the more practical. The long wheelbase unit would be a bear to turn around.

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Old 19-06-12, 17:37
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Default 3 ton

look at the big fuel tank on the side , it is from a RAM or Sherman tank.How did it get there?
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