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    My 1960 B-75

    Always something to go south, sounds as minor now where were getting Big for awhile.
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    My 1960 B-75

    Do not think even the Needle Nose Petes were THAT Long!!! Just Impressive.
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    My 1960 B-75

    Has come quite a Ways!!!
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    My 1960 B-75

    Thinking Aluminum Gull Wings would be Sweet, Light enough to manage.
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    My 1960 B-75

    Painted to match? Or polished? Looks GREAT!! Hoods Gull Wings are gonna be a Chunk!!
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    Just slip sliding away!!

    Just slip sliding away!!
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    My 1960 B-75

    Me as well, also the Hoods panels!!
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    Project REO Speedwagon

    Chicago Rawhide, a seal producer.
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    My 1960 B-75

    Puts new meaning to 'Long Nose'!!
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    Project REO Speedwagon

    That is as I can see a Leather style 'Packing Type' seal. will not be numbers, the steel ring to the bearing keeps it compressed by the race pressure. IF can find a way to remove that will most likely have to go to a leather goods handler to have them made.
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    Truck radio

    The only time Wally WOrld might be your friend. Was just in one and stopped by Automotive for some Orange Wipes for in the Car for gas stops. They still have three to four small disposable in dash mount radios on a display, chuckled as went by them!!
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    DT12 Trans

    Diaphragm REALLY, how foolish!!
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    Lost Titles

    Question to those across our little nation. In Missouri we have a Lost Title recovery ability in our Department of Revenue but it is ponderous, has to be the registered owner to get one or have a sales receipt from a Registered Business and a valid reason(from them) the old title was lost or a...
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    Chance to look at a A-car tomorrow,

    Well I looked, definitely NOT a buy unless you need a cab and sheet metal for one. KK Series, cab was sound, frame is toast where the old concrete had eaten up the rail flanges above the suspension cross member and the owner cut away then welded flange replacements around four feet long on both...
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    Chance to look at a A-car tomorrow,

    More than Likely a AC, may be a DK was a Concrete mixer chassis for years then converted to 15' dump body. 250 Cummins, 8LL trans, Hendrickson rubber ride beam suspension. Is rough and will accept a low figure for it. I will be posting photos if I do or do not buy it.
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