Cool truck thanks Jay
That's an interesting treatment of the windscreen mounting. A separate frame links the C cab top to the firewall. Then the windscreen must be attached to that frame at the hinge point, so the windscreen need no brackets to hold it upright.
Wonderful photo of a neat truck.
Allan from down under.
I wonder what color the wheels were ? They weren't black !
Nice striping treatment on them, too.
interesting pin stripping on the frame.
I missed that ! The frame isn't black either . . .
First of the TT trucks 1918 I believe with wishbone above the front axle.
Nice striping on the running board brackets and radius rods too. Dave
Looks like they even striped the rear axle radius rods. That's a really neat picture.
Oops, I didn't notice the second part of David S.'s posting.
wish I could read the decal to the left of the floor board.I also like the idea of the canvas window that can be droped down.i'm going to do that with my wood body'd pickup,greg
The decal reads:
"No riders except blondes, brunettes, and red heads"
Yellow wheels, radius rods and lettering. Yes? The reverse of the Marmon Wasp...?
Even the rear window is held in fabric.
The control shaft lever is at half staff with a busted release spring?
That lamp at the back...
My stars. What a beautiful truck!