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Yea! Beekay.Thanks Suzy!Feeling good, Floyd!I couldn't get to the front of it with out standing on someones front porch, wiley, so you know more than me. See puzzadled's comment.I can snatch it and mail it to you, Sandy, unless it will fly itself back to you. :)Michelle, wouldn't that be something if.... :)Thanks smllpkg!I'm glad I held off till today to post it, snooker, so it could run.
Loved the comments today. First thought was that a witch had changed transportation modes. :)
Nice restoration! I like the Broom Hilda comment, marmar.
WITCHLEY!!!! YOU'RE BACK!!!!I had a friend who had an old green pickup, similar age, who used it as her daily driver. (Held all her riding gear nicely.) She called it Witchley. So nice to bring back the memories...Hubby agrees with you re early 40's Dodge, btw.
Hey! That's where my broom went!
Warbler, Not being able to see the front of the pickup, makes it awfully difficult to identify. The front stake pocket hole is of Chevrolet design, but the windows, headlites & hood side grill, makes me think it is an early 40's Dodge. If you get a chance, let us know what it is. Nice truck, thanks for the post.
Great find Dave. Are you and Suzy still celebrating the SOCKS big game. WOW!!
And those holes were the perfect place to hold one, Pat. Thanks!Bottom of the seventh Beekay 6-0
Everybody used to carry a broom in these pickups, lyndee. It was like a uniform, almost.
The boys are smokin' tonight!!!
Sure is a nice truck...the broom does look out of place though.
lyndee, maybe it belongs to Broom Hilda. the little green witch.
Love this truck and would lay odds this is used in parades to pull floats, check out the reinforced and modern trailer hitch.
He even carries a broom with him......hmmmm..... maybe this truck belongs to a lady!
Someone cares enough to preserve the very best.Thanks warbler.