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1942? Studebaker LH Drive truck 02 May 2018 09:58 #193178

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I know of about 1942 ex army Studebaker truck bogie drive [no front wheel drive] with standard traytop and has been shedded so should be in reasonable condition Located about 200kms north of Adelaide and is going for scrap if no one wants it. If anyone interested contact me on 0438816569 and I will put you in direct contact with owner

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1942? Studebaker LH Drive truck 02 May 2018 19:32 #193197

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Pity someone lives a bit closer doesn't give that old girl a decent home, hate to hear of it going to China.

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1942? Studebaker LH Drive truck 02 May 2018 21:18 #193208

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With the scrap rates where they are, who can blame them ?
84 Austral Tourmaster with 6V92 and now 7 speed Eaton-Fuller, converted to motorhome "Vanishing Point" after a favourite American movie.
3 Kw solar 800 Ah Lithium house battery pack, all engine cooling done by the sun. Water injection for hot days and hill climbs.

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1942? Studebaker LH Drive truck 06 May 2018 10:49 #193307

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If nothing else, I’m sure it’s make someone’s decision easier if a pic was available to determine the overall state of it
I've got the truck

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1942? Studebaker LH Drive truck 06 May 2018 12:00 #193309

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Truck saved at the last minute by local and now in hands of collector. Am told that even if scrappy had got it he would not have crushed it but it would most likely appear on Gumtree or similar site for sale as they are well aware of value of things and so pay scrap value and sell for market value which in this case would be nice profit.....thats business

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