If U don't like my Driving .... well then get off the footpath ...... LOL
Thank you received: 1887
Seems like everyman n hiz dog twaz use n the comfo cab
Saloooooon Car Browny twaz 1st to do a WAG n got it right
Dunno if n he iz in front or all B hind
todo hiz 'Research" it took him 6 cans
n he can only grab one can for the prize
Yes Tiz a CLINE truck
Cline Truck/CBT Corporation History
Max Cline started Cline Truck Manufacturing Co in 1952, in Kansas City, Kansas. Before that, he had been top salesman at Dart Truck Co. in the same city and felt the need for well-built, heavy-duty, no-frills vehicles for off-road earthmoving and other special applications In 1979, Cline Truck was purchased by T & J Industries, which kept the company until 1985. In October 1985, CBT Corporation purchased Cline Truck Manufacturing. Cline Truck Manufacturing has operated as a division of CBT Corporation until the late 1990s.
CBT Corporation was formed in 1976 by Gene Kabrick
who had been a former employee of Cline Truck and had gained his experience for truck manufacturing as a customer service manager & Public relations man.
CBT build it's first trucks for the Burlington Railroad and later the Mining industry
who used the aerolift truck for the underground roof bolting vehicle. Then CBT engineered and
designed the all terrain soft track vehicle for a number of customers.
However, CBT's primary interest has always been in supplying the government with
their many needed replacement truck parts
CBT Corporation is a family owned business and is currently headed up by
Wayne Kabrick, President & CEO.
Well dun guyz
U no where the fridge iz
Disclaimer: The above image has been pirated/borrowed/lifted/stolen from the NET for educational purposes and is not for commercial use..........So there...............th@ should do it.....
OF ALL THE THINGS EYE MISS ................. EYE MISS MY MIND THE MOST
There'd be something wrong if i couldn't guess this one Swishy, great looking old jigger....GMC series k, probably about 1918/19.
Has anybody got a spare bonnet catch for this model or the next later one?