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    I bet it is **** to find all the NAPA numbers for that thing.
    M35A2
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    That is one very cool vehicle.
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    A realy nice vehicle. I have seen something simelar some 30 years ago in an unretored condition so I can imagine the work you put into the vehicle. Realy nice, congretulations!
    Wolf

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    Great truck. I read the write up in MV magazine, very impressive. We just don't see enough WWI MVs out there.
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    Very impressive restoration, right down to the accessories ! I second the request for before and after build pictures ! You must be very proud of such an awesome project !

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    Wonderful. Looks good in the Hagerty Magazine, too. Our local steel company, ARMCO Steel, sent an ambulance crew of 19 men and bought five Fords to send over.

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    NICE I'd like to see the inside and just more pics in general
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    Very nice. Welcome from Missouri.
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    Great looking truck....great job on the restoration. Would love to see before and after photos.
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    Nice looking replica (or clone). It's good that you put up the photo's on a site (as this), since I only get the MVPA Magazines, and don't bother with the other. As it is more of the same.

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