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- First Name: Herb
- Last Name: Iffrig
- Location: St. Peters, MO
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- First Name: Dennis
- Last Name: Seth
- Location: Jefferson Ohio
Great picture. If that is the "express delivery" I wouldn't want to wait for their standard delivery.
1922 Coupe & 1927 Touring
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- First Name: John
- Last Name: Codman
- Location: Naples, FL 34120
I wonder if it's a Sterling? There were still a few much later Sterling chain drive trucks around when I was a kid in the early '50s. I remember talking to one Sterling driver who said that the Sterling was the best "pit truck" ever because the differential was bolted to the frame up high, so there was nothing to get hung up in loose dirt or mud. You could hear the chain noise a quarter of a mile away.
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- First Name: Charley
- Last Name: Shaver
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not smith not gramm bros.charley
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- First Name: Thomas
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- Location: Southern California
Looks like it could haul a long load if it had enough torque to get it moving.
Life is good on the lunatic fringe. Tom
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I bet they didnt haul glass ware!
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... or nitroglycerin.
More people are doing it today than ever before !