Recent content by asteeleks

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    Getting a M1008 to add to our vehicle collection

    My better half doesn't like my '84 square body. "It's handles like a brick, rides rough and hard to drive" she likes her Ram. I'm not a fan of any of the new trucks. But both Dodge (Ram) with the 5.7 and Chevy with the LS have good motors. And with 3 acres with a creek and tree line...
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    Getting a M1008 to add to our vehicle collection

    My wife and Daughter-In-law are getting upset. two Deuce and a half's a 1009 and now adding a 1008 plus my old '84 Square Body plus my son's S10 roller. I will post pictures when I get the 1008 home with all 5 lined up
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    Getting a M1008 to add to our vehicle collection

    That sounds like a support group that I can get into. Supporting my addiction. It needs love too
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    Getting a M1008 to add to our vehicle collection

    My son and I bought a pair of M35A2's and loved them but needed smaller "toys". He bought a M1009 and I love it but like my pickup bed. I'm going to look at and pick up (hopefully) a M1008 to add to our line up. Once you get into these vehicle they are addictive and getting expensive. But...
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    53? Studebaker truck Rebuilt into multifuel

    Thanks for all the input. After digging through paperwork and crawling and/over my “Little Deuce Coupe” I found the registration number that was mentioned earlier. My son and I got lucky. This truck is in great shape ( after some brake work and maintenance) we drove her 40 miles home. and we...
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    Getting a Date for my M35A2

    I own a few old civilian vehicles so I don’t trust the odometer on any of them. Thats why my son and I looked for wear and tear. Our old girl looks and runs better than my ‘84 Chevy. By springtime we’ll have the brakes rebuilt and the bugs shaken out.
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    Getting a Date for my M35A2

    Thank you for the Information. It clears up a lot. It also explains some modification we found. Like it being changed from a horizontal to vertical exhaust. Again Thank you and sorry for being a pain inthe ass
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    Getting a Date for my M35A2

    She looks pretty good for us not having done much work to her yet.
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    Getting a Date for my M35A2

    Not to be a pain but where did this information come from. I would like to provide the Titling Officer as much information as I can.
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    Getting a Date for my M35A2

    It is only showing 20,000 miles and judging by the lack of wear and everything functions correctly. My son and I both agree that the miles look to be accurate. If it is a 1952 then it's not the correct engine. From what we found doing research the Multi fuel didn't get used until the 1960's
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    Getting a Date for my M35A2

    New to the group and I know this has been asked but I can not find it. I have a M35A2 with a serial # of M-25035. From the digging I have done it's a South Bend (Studebaker) built truck. I am getting the title work done to get it road legal and need help with the year. It has the Multi...
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