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Some more:
1933 rail pickup:


134 US Navy fire truck:


1936 rail truck:


1937 Collins from Graham-Paige truck:


1937 PRR catenary repair truck:


1938 rail truck:


1942 Evans, looks like a complete train:










Will post more later. Jose.

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I like the styling of your 1938 Railtruck; looks a bit like the retro-modern styling of some Chrysler cars in recent years.



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FWIW, if you just Google the term "railtruck" and click the images tab you can see some really neat pictures of new and old, real and model railtrucks.

You guys prolly already know that but if you didn't, give it a try....

Last edited on Thu Apr 17th, 2014 02:42 pm by mwiz64

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:P :P :P :P :P

Railtruck HEAVEN !

:moose::moose::moose::moose::moose:

:thumb: Jose :thumb:

Cheers

Si.:java::mex:

P.S.

Nice lookin' plane Mike...

...bit cold, was it ?

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if you just Google the term "railtruck"
.... this is one of the things I did... Jose.

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If you want to see some more interesting machines, Google the term "pedrail".


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