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old chevy truck pics #1239345
Sun Oct 15 2017 11:09 AM
Sun Oct 15 2017 11:09 AM
Woogeroo  Offline OP
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a few pics I took at a car show a few week ago... a few old stovebolts are among the shots :

Wandering with Woogeroo

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Re: old chevy truck pics [Re: Woogeroo] #1239352
Sun Oct 15 2017 12:12 PM
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Thanks, Woogeroo

and, I had never heard the term Dirt Dummy Orange


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Re: old chevy truck pics [Re: Woogeroo] #1239556
Tue Oct 17 2017 12:24 AM
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I was at a GM truck picnic 10/7/17 that had many years represented. 115 trucks entered. Here are some pics.
LINK to PICS HERE.

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Re: old chevy truck pics [Re: tclederman] #1239899
Thu Oct 19 2017 07:12 PM
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Woogeroo  Offline OP
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Originally Posted by tclederman
Thanks, Woogeroo

and, I had never heard the term Dirt Dummy Orange


Well, a old chevy truck pal of mine did dirt hauling/gravel... using the big semi trucks with big dump trailers and that is their term for what they do : dirt dummys

So, anything like construction orange is 'dirt dummy orange' .

-W


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