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Posted By: John Milliman 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Tue Sep 29 2020 05:20 PM
We tied Kansas City for having three Advance Design 1-tons together at one event. (At Kansas City, all three were pickups, though). We had four, counting Don King's Task Force flatbed. Of the AD's, we had two 3804's (mine and Billy Marlow's) and one 3801 (Amtrak Joe's). If Jim Schmidt had been able to bring his 3804 ... next year!

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Posted By: Fox Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Fri Oct 02 2020 03:31 AM
I wish I could drive my GMC down that far and up the total. It might look strange beside all those Chevs though!
Posted By: John Milliman Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Fri Oct 02 2020 09:38 AM
You should have! It would have fit right in. Here are some shots from the 1-Ton rendezvous at Kansas City in '14. Joe Miller's truck doesn't stand out ... much. smile The other one is Jim Carter's.

Join us next year. Hopefully Jim will have his truck there, too, and we can have 5 ... as well as the mystery truck that showed up while Sweet and I were working the gate that would make six. smile

Plus, you could take the Long Distance Award away from Don smile

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Posted By: panel fan Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Fri Oct 02 2020 11:47 AM
There seems to an under representation of the early 60's models in attendance at the event , hopefully all things being equal I'll make it down for the 2021 meet .

John
Posted By: Hambone Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Fri Oct 02 2020 06:33 PM
I couldnt agree more with you John. Couldnt throw a dead cat without tripping on a 3800.
Posted By: Pat66 Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Fri Oct 02 2020 11:47 PM
I agree John, without you,and Hambone only bringing one of possible three trucks,it was a pretty skinny year for us 60 66 c series classics. There is always next year. Pat66
Posted By: 2-Ton Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Sat Oct 03 2020 03:45 AM
Only one Task Force there also.
Posted By: Fox Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Sat Oct 03 2020 03:46 AM
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Posted By: panel fan Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Sat Oct 03 2020 02:22 PM
My plan for next year is to head for a little island on the west coast of Canada called Vancouver Island .
I hope to be back in time to attend Winchester . I will be hauling some tools and spare parts .

John
Posted By: Bill Marlow Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Sun Oct 04 2020 11:11 AM
If Hambone had brought his whole collection the 60-66 crowd would have been better represented.....just saying.
John, your truck is looking good! You have been busy.
Posted By: panel fan Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Sun Oct 04 2020 02:06 PM
Thanks , I was lucky I did it this year with the lock down and such , it relieved some of the pressure of getting done in a hurry.

John
Posted By: doyle1950 Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Sun Oct 11 2020 09:15 PM
If I were to drive down next year along with Fox, (provided we're even allowed across the border) it would be a epic journey for sure!

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Posted By: panel fan Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Sun Oct 11 2020 09:23 PM
Doyle 1950

Should you decide to attempt this epic journey I live just east of Toronto , and you are welcome to make a pit stop at my place , and if the borders be open I will join you in the trip to Winchester .

I know some short cuts that can extend the trip by about three hours .

John
Posted By: Fox Re: 3 AD 1-tons at Winchester - Mon Oct 12 2020 04:39 AM
I love that picture. Two old classics that you don’t see everyday. I wish my hometown hadn’t torn down our old elevator back in ‘97.
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