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Re: Rodger Preston Transport 09 Jun 2014 10:13 #143351

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Are there many quad trailers around like that ???. Dave

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Re: Rodger Preston Transport 09 Jun 2014 13:25 #143352

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I handle a lot of 1970s orange-cast photos in my hobby.
I have already put up two HCVC posts today, and have held photo of today until tomorrow. This Rodger Preston Transport thread is wonderful, so my thanks for the help with my dental/health 1925 question has been to take the worst in this great selection and run it through Photoshop. Others may have found that Microsoft Office Picture Manager does as well, for less effort. Gimp is a freeware Photosthop clone. Look back earlier in the thread for information about this photo: who, what, where, when (even why?).

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Re: Rodger Preston Transport 09 Jun 2014 18:01 #143353

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I'm little worried about you Rodders ;D are you breathing in too much coal dust :)

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Re: Rodger Preston Transport 09 Jun 2014 19:02 #143354

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That scrubbed up well Rodders!! [smiley=thumbsup.gif] Thanks for that!!
1964 Dennis F34 fire pump with wheeled escape
1949 Dennis F1 fire pump
1948 Fordson E83W 10/10 pickup
1935 Morris Eight Series 1 2-door sedan

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Re: Rodger Preston Transport 09 Jun 2014 20:16 #143355

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....great topic Knighty .. was almost tempted to put the old White 4000 banger to the market, but after seeing that TNT rig (crikey these two are almost a pigeon pair!) i reckon i'll hang on to her :) :) 8-) 8-)

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Re: Rodger Preston Transport 10 Jun 2014 10:00 #143356

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Don't sell her, deteckta... they ain't making them any more....
And yes, brilliant pictures, thanks for putting them up! Keep em coming..
cheers
Richard

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Re: Rodger Preston Transport 10 Jun 2014 18:25 #143357

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....yeah prodrive .. the poor old big banger 4000 has had to stay outside whilst in my ownership....steel cab and all :-[ :-[ :-[

...it'd probably take a bit to get right, and other than the bodywork it would just need those two big checkerplate fuel tanks....and a great big 5'' exhaust pipe.....just in front of the RH drive tyres!....how cool !! 8-) 8-)

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Re: Rodger Preston Transport 10 Jun 2014 19:20 #143358

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Maybe it needs a foster home Detective ;) ;)

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Re: Rodger Preston Transport 15 Jun 2014 18:47 #143359

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Re: Rodger Preston Transport 24 Jun 2014 15:54 #143360

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sorry about the delay,,,, here's a few more

about the quads.. the only other i knew back in the day was a tipper of Mick Redfern's he pulled behind his SAR... someone should have a piccy of it.

jimbo, i think that cab over was owned by steve dunstan from dubbo????











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