in barn wood cab, grain box Sunday 8-3-14 @ 1 p.m. 15990 County Road Rolla Mo www.sellersauctionservice.com for photo's and antique signs etc.
My antivirus software blocked the site in the link above due to a malware threat.
No problem here.
There are two pictures, one on the page the link takes you to and one on the Aug. 3 page.
It looks like a pretty neat project truck for someone who wants a new project. Of course, it's hard to tell with only two photos, but it looks mostly complete. I wonder if it has any "extras", like aux brakes, aux transmission, Ruckstell, etc.
There are quite a few pictures if you click on the Auction information itself. Then click on the truck picture from there. Looks like it has a Ruckstell
Well, what do you know? Thanks Dan!
I see a land speed record attempt with this one !
Love the patina !
Great looking truck. Can anyone see a date on the licence plate? It has Wards Riverside tires, does anyone know what year they came out?
1939 license plate.
Thanks fellow for the close-up photo's, as Im not aware how to do that, they didn't teach computers in 1950's
too bad both purple hdlites are a mis-match. either has an accy trans, or a Ruxstell, as there is an extra shift handle shown, This auction is fairly close to me but as I have this heart valve problem, I've not driven in 5 months so I thought the rest of you fellows might be interested
My virus software kicked me off the site as well..?
What price range do you seasoned T vets see trucks like this selling for ?
I have been collecting purple headlight lenses for a while now and have a decent assortment to try and build matched sets from.
Burger Id say 4500-5000.00, but what do I know, I've purchased some like it for 4500.00, but when I did it had a sure-mike crank, twin bladed fan, mag side-drive, foot feed, Muncie trans etc. Mine is still in the barn, motor is a 17 and I also have the original engine that came w/the truck and the 17 car chassis that the truck engine came out of. Because of $$ shortage, and health I won't be there, but I hope some young fellow jumps in a starts in this faboulous (sp) hobby.
Did anyone go? What did it bring?