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Old April 26th, 2024, 04:01 PM
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I started learning how to drive on an old grain truck when I was 14 and I've always loved driving them. Found this gem locally with almost zero rust-through anywhere.



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I've started to clean it up and already replaced the fuel filter and hose and ripped off the bed sides. I'll put it to work moving trees and rocks around the property but hope to fix it up over time to restore it to it's full glory.

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I started learning how to drive on an old grain truck when I was 14 and I've always loved driving them. Found this gem locally with almost zero rust-through anywhere.



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I've started to clean it up and already replaced the fuel filter and hose and ripped off the bed sides. I'll put it to work moving trees and rocks around the property but hope to fix it up over time to restore it to it's full glory.

This forum was a massive help figuring things out, happy to join!
Welcome to the forum, Marcus! Good luck with your project! Sounds like you're off to a good start. We'll be looking forward to seeing more pix.
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