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1975 Dodge D5N 300

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1 year 3 months ago #244531 by hayseed
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Those Toyota Stouts were everywhere when I was Kid.. But you Never see one today..

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1 year 3 months ago #244532 by someguy
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My all time fave mini truck.

It shares the same rugged good looks with this dodge.

Yer not lernin if yer mouth is open
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1 year 3 months ago #244533 by cobbadog
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The panel beating shop I worked in had a Toyota Stout as the run around when parts would not be delivered each day.I found you could forget about 1st gear in it as it was so low you could peak rev it and still walk beside it. But it did a great job and tough as nails

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1 year 3 months ago #244536 by asw120
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A Lite Stout! My mate in high school, his parents had a caravan park. I stayed over during school holidays. They had 2 of these, one was the rubbish truck. 3 abreast in the front seat, driving to the tip. Mate's older brother was driving and reckoned it beat the world record for gearbox noise! His father bought a shovel nose Corona to get the engine for it. Cranky old Hungarian bloke.

Good memories.

Jarrod.


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1 year 3 months ago #244637 by Zuffen
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I had a Lite Stout when I was a Milko in 1974/5.

Noisy as all get out, but it just ran and ran and it was certainly overloaded.
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9 months 3 weeks ago #248310 by fargofan
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www.justcars.com.au/cars-for-sale/1978-d...00-series/JCW2643831 scroll through the images - you can just see the battery holder in the images.

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9 months 3 weeks ago #248320 by Oilman
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scroll through the images - you can just see the battery holder in the images.

Yes, but I don't think that is correct.  I used angle iron on the top front edge of the battery.


1975 Atkinson, 180HP 6LXB Gardner, RTO910, 34000lb Rockwell on camelback

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9 months 3 weeks ago #248321 by Oilman
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I have it running and drove it out of the shed for the 1st time recently.  Still a few jobs to do before I go for RWC.  $5K in parts doesn't go far.......

   

1975 Atkinson, 180HP 6LXB Gardner, RTO910, 34000lb Rockwell on camelback
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9 months 3 weeks ago - 9 months 3 weeks ago #248322 by hayseed
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.  $5K in parts doesn't go far.......




 
Very True, Oilman..

"Be who you are and say what you feel...
Because those that matter...
don't mind...
And those that mind....
don't matter." -
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