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My '38 was a fire truck.
#1383668 Fri Nov 06 2020 08:18 PM
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'Bolter
From SanFan.. just thought I would say hi..


'38 1.5ton; "The stuff is as tough as woodpecker lips"
Re: My '38 was a fire truck.
38_1.5Ton #1383716 Sat Nov 07 2020 03:37 AM
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Re: My '38 was a fire truck.
38_1.5Ton #1383733 Sat Nov 07 2020 01:23 PM
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Welcome, Love the 38's.


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Re: My '38 was a fire truck.
38_1.5Ton #1385640 Mon Nov 23 2020 10:10 PM
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Thanks. It was specifically a water tanker I believe. It says fire dept on the side for SanFran and another state as well (Hideaway Park).


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