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Re: A Stove Bolt Bookmobile
WE b OLD #1436961 Wed Jan 12 2022 01:08 AM
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Originally Posted by WE b OLD
[url=https://duckduckgo.com/?q=!947-1954+Gmc+cab+overs&t=chromentp&iax=images&ia=images]Here[/url. Click images.
I can't open this up Ron


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Re: A Stove Bolt Bookmobile
idaho39 #1436963 Wed Jan 12 2022 01:34 AM
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Maybe this. [duckduckgo.com]. When the page opens click on ALL. Left of Images.


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Re: A Stove Bolt Bookmobile
idaho39 #1436985 Wed Jan 12 2022 06:18 AM
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A teacher, but always an apprentice.
This is super cool. What an awesome ride.

It reminds me of a true story I read to my students:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biblioburro

Not quite as drool worthy as that black one, but still very honourable!

Last edited by Fox; Wed Jan 19 2022 02:59 AM.

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Re: A Stove Bolt Bookmobile
Fox #1436989 Wed Jan 12 2022 12:12 PM
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Originally Posted by WE b OLD
Maybe this. [duckduckgo.com]. When the page opens click on ALL. Left of Images.
I did open it but still did not see a Coe Bookmobile ..maybe you can pick it our for me .. lots of neat trucks though
Originally Posted by Fox
This is super cool. What an awesome ride.
It reminds me of a true story I read to my students:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biblioburro

Not quite as drool worthy as that black car, but still very honourable!
That was a good read Fox.. what a dedicated man ,,


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Re: A Stove Bolt Bookmobile
idaho39 #1436996 Wed Jan 12 2022 03:02 PM
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Re: A Stove Bolt Bookmobile
idaho39 #1437014 Wed Jan 12 2022 07:08 PM
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Worked good for me Ron downunder couldn’t see Billy’s Coe


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Re: A Stove Bolt Bookmobile
idaho39 #1437193 Fri Jan 14 2022 02:33 AM
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This is the one we had where I lived....about the 4 post down.


https://www.stovebolt.com/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php/topics/1436641/bookmobile.html#Post1436641


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Re: A Stove Bolt Bookmobile
Achipmunk #1437195 Fri Jan 14 2022 02:46 AM
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[quote=Achipmunk]This is the one we had where I lived....about the 4 post down.
No book mobile came by our home ...I lived in the country most of my child hood and only remember the guy who used to stop by and sell the folks bakery things , I remember maple bars were a favorite ,, Walt Duncan was his name and he had 1951-52 Chevy with barn doors in the rear of his rig and he would open them to shelves of fresh baked pastry to sell all along the county road and else where ..thx for sharing this with us .Alvin


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