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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Leo Went Truck Shopping The Other Day

Our cover Photo (c) Leo Szczesny 2009

Leo wasn't quite sure where he was when he spotted this beauty.
Maybe the owner can tell us where it is at and the year, make and model.

This Truck lives in Raymond. It's
a 1949,F1,6 cyl.flat head Ford all original. The story with it would take to long to tell but I have it in memory of my Uncle, It used to be owned by my cousin and was given to me from my Aunt whom I love very much. I saved it from a hedgerow of 25 years. If you can understand it is priceless and very sentimental to me!!! It will soon become a center piece for a flower garden. Thank You for using it in Solomons Words, It was quite a surprise seeing it there.

8 comments :

Anonymous said...

It looks like its good on gas!

M.D. Healy said...

I'm gonna hazard a guess and say it's about a 1948 Ford F100.

Anonymous said...

boy leo you sure have a sense of humor...i am rolling over here....

no really it not very funny....

Anonymous said...

that looks like a 1951 f1 probably still runs one sure thing better built than any new truck out there

Rob G. said...

It looks to be a 48 or 49 Ford Pickup. They are real sharp trucks when restored.

Anonymous said...

Too bad it can't be restored, great picture!

Anonymous said...

It sits in my yard! There's a story that goes with it and I'll make sure you get it later today!

Anonymous said...

This Truck lives in Raymond. It's
a 1949,F1,6 cyl.flat head Ford all original. The story with it would take to long to tell but I have it in memory of my Uncle, It used to be owned by my cousin and was given to me from my Aunt whom I love very much. I saved it from a hedgerow of 25 years. If you can understand it is priceless and very sentimental to me!!! It will soon become a center piece for a flower garden. Thank You for using it in Solomons Words, It was quite a surprize seeing it there.