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A 1945 1/2 ton truck in Italy!
#1316983 Mon Jul 08 2019 02:05 PM
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Hello everybody!

a 1945 1/2 ton truck is a very seldom view in Italy.

In the USA a 1945 pick up truck pictured in front of a 1460 built castle is probably also a special view.
I am pleased and proud to share these views of my truck in front of the Mühlbacher Klause in South Tyrol. The guy on the steering wheel is my son Leo (12)

Greetings from Italy
Renzo Corvetta

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Re: A 1945 1/2 ton truck in Italy!
Renzo #1317000 Mon Jul 08 2019 06:07 PM
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Very nice Renzo. Thanks for sharing the pics.

John

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Re: A 1945 1/2 ton truck in Italy!
Renzo #1317037 Tue Jul 09 2019 12:17 AM
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Nice looking truck. I bet it turns a lot of heads over there!


Another quality post.


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Re: A 1945 1/2 ton truck in Italy!
Renzo #1317052 Tue Jul 09 2019 01:56 AM
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Stunning!


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Re: A 1945 1/2 ton truck in Italy!
Renzo #1317062 Tue Jul 09 2019 03:31 AM
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Welcome!!
That's a very nice truck you have there!


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Re: A 1945 1/2 ton truck in Italy!
Renzo #1317067 Tue Jul 09 2019 04:50 AM
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Very nice! Gorgeous truck and pictures. Now, with a name like Corvetta you are going to need a colour matched 1953 Corvette to go along with that fantastic truck!


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Re: A 1945 1/2 ton truck in Italy!
Renzo #1317070 Tue Jul 09 2019 08:04 AM
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Benvenuti in questo forum! indeed a beautiful truck and likewise scenery.
next time I drive down to Italy I'll visit the region.

did you build the truck yourself?

Re: A 1945 1/2 ton truck in Italy!
Renzo #1317073 Tue Jul 09 2019 11:28 AM
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Beautiful


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Re: A 1945 1/2 ton truck in Italy!
Renzo #1317098 Tue Jul 09 2019 03:48 PM
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Perfect back drop....to a beautiful truck. Is there a back story you would like to share on how it traveled to Italy.


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Re: A 1945 1/2 ton truck in Italy!
Renzo #1317199 Wed Jul 10 2019 11:13 AM
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Beautiful truck, welcome to the 'bolt.

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