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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 07 Dec 2014 14:32 #147014

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You could be right about the rego plate............................

Im relying on the old memory bank.
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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 07 Dec 2014 15:30 #147015

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If it is a WA plate, DA is for Darkan, a small town between Collie and Wagin.

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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 07 Dec 2014 16:46 #147016

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Looks like a WA plate.
Not nit picking, DA is Dardanup inland from Bunbury.
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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 07 Dec 2014 22:08 #147017

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DA is Dardanup
AW is Darkan - (Shire of West Arthur)

Seeing the miniature semi reminded me of one made in Perth in the late 70s (?) based on a mini moke - where is it now, I wonder?

Cheers, Neil.

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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 08 Dec 2014 13:57 #147018

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Yep, stuffed up there. :-/ Dardanup would be right.

There was a semi-trailor made from a Mini that was owned by the owner of the Golden Fleece in Port Augusta. It was often parked outside the roadhouse back in the 70's

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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 13 Dec 2014 22:16 #147019

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Hi BillyP, You have some photo's of a truck with a homemade cab that you were not sure what brand it is. I think it may be a re-cabbed WWII Diamond T and could even be this same truck or a sister to it.









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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 13 Dec 2014 23:08 #147020

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G-Day Brue,
Mate if thats not it , it certainly came out of the same mould.

I was at the property earlier in the year & that wasnt there.

It was only after i got home & lookin at google earth that i spotted the pic , but the

image was a few years old. So i guess that it had moved on to where ever.

Good onya, Thanks. ................Billy................
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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 14 Dec 2014 08:53 #147021

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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 14 Dec 2014 09:10 #147022

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They always sed best way to get in a truck

Hop...Step ..... n a ...Jump

You missed the next line Swishy, you forgot the bit about "and keep both eyes closed"

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Re: Drive About Truck Pics 15 Dec 2014 15:13 #147023

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Yep, stuffed up there. :-/ Dardanup would be right.

There was a semi-trailor made from a Mini that was owned by the owner of the Golden Fleece in Port Augusta. It was often parked outside the roadhouse back in the 70's

TDU


Tony Atkins,picture, from Brambles Trucks FB page

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