I used to know but I forgot. I know it's not a T but everybody thinks it is. I tell them it's not but then I don't have an answer for what it is. I think i I read it's a Dodge or Hudson I can't remember. Beverly Hillbillies' truck. I got up and they were on.
Google is your friend: http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/14355
Thanks. I never think to google stuff. I went and brought my friend home from the hospital yesterday so we missed the football game and we were trying to find out who won. His wife finally said just ask your phone. I still ain't used to instant info in my pocket.
One of the original Beverly Hillbillies' trucks (I believe there were 3 of them) is the centerpiece of the Ralph Foster Museum, at College of the Ozarks at Point Lookout, MO. (Near Branson, MO).
A few years ago I found, but didn't buy a 1920 Oldsmobile that had been cut off behind the front seat. It would have been easy to duplicate the hillbilly's car by adding a flat bed and granny's
rocking chair. I wish I had bought the car, but it went to the crusher.