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Published 21/01/2016 @ 13:48:21, By rjluna2
I found an interesting mix at Wikimedia Common page with Ha Dong-Hwan sourced GMK assembled fire truck: File:1977년 3월 서울특별시 영등포구 여의도광장 최초 국산소방차 인수식10.jpg


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Published 25/01/2016 @ 18:37:18, By Ddey65
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Published 25/01/2016 @ 18:47:47, By Ddey65
Let me try a close-up view of that sign at Wildwood State Park.
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Published 18/07/2016 @ 04:44:42, By Ddey65
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Published 18/07/2016 @ 13:25:31, By rjluna2


Looks like Lincoln Continental Mark III to me :think:
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Published 23/11/2016 @ 01:50:16, By Ddey65
Okay, this is for Harley experts, or motorcycle experts in general. Obviously this was customized by some aftermarket garage, so it's not a Servi-Car, but does anyone have a model name for the bike?

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Harley_trike_VT.jpg
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Published 08/01/2017 @ 18:07:24, By Ddey65
Another one here. These pics are in a wooded area in Calverton, New York. All three look like Chrysler products, but the truck could be something else.

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Very_Old_Cars_-_panoramio.jpg
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Published 09/01/2017 @ 01:31:58, By eLMeR

I don't know for the cars, but the pickup is indeed a Mopar product. The wheel rims are obviously a later modification, but if the rest is genuine, it's a 1950 Dodge B-2-Series: 1948-50 cab with a 1950+ Low Side bed.
Most probably a ½-ton B-2-B, as it appears to have a really short bed. Or a 1948-49 B-1-B if the bed was changed.

It's weird to see such wheel rims on an abandoned truck...
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Published 10/01/2017 @ 05:57:16, By Ddey65
I thought that might've been a Dodge B-Series, but the grille didn't seem right. My other choices were a Wilson from Canada, or even a Powell.
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Published 11/01/2017 @ 00:08:13, By eLMeR
Nope: it's just the way the front face of a 1948-50 B-Series looks like when the grille bars are missing :smile:
A close view of a normal front face shows these particular holes:
https://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5456/8756837933_920770f9b1.jpg

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Published 11/01/2017 @ 03:42:30, By Ddey65
Oh, okay.

On another topic, can someone give me one good reason I shouldn't believe this Ford Mustang is a 1968 GT California Special?

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tuned_Ford_Mustang_(Toronto_Spring_%2712- _Classic_Car_Auction).JPG
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Published 19/02/2017 @ 23:08:51, By Ddey65
Another thing, does this look like a Freightliner Cascadia to anyone else but me?

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:CMN-Gemini-Tanker.jpg
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Published 22/02/2017 @ 05:03:21, By Baube
http://www.motorstown.com/newsImages/freightliner-cascadia-2.jpg
i wouldn't knew if you didn't told the model but yep, looks really similar to me

As for the Mustang... there is always the word " tuned " in the pic's name but if it concerns only mechanical parts... no, i can't find one...
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Published 23/02/2017 @ 00:31:00, By eLMeR
[...] does this look like a Freightliner Cascadia [...]

All details seem indeed to match.
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Published 30/08/2017 @ 23:04:55, By Ddey65
Another step outside of the Wikimedia Commons. The American Truck Historical Society is having a hard time identifying many of these trucks, but honestly, most of the ones I've seen there are Whites.

https://gallery.aths.org/search?&skip=0&limit=25&album=85e9e726a6ad1b1f111abab4d- 106777b057548df&query=
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Published 16/09/2017 @ 01:09:10, By Ddey65
Now how about something that I just submitted to this site?

http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_1066866.html

I don't think this is a real Harley. It looks like a Japanese Harley-fighter. Which model had the big circle logo on the tank with wings and an arrow pointing down?
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Published 03/10/2017 @ 21:05:51, By Ddey65
How about this van from Australia used to promote Lambretta scooters?

http://lambrettahistoryoz.weebly.com/new-south-wales.html
File: merna-van-1e_orig.jpg ( 170,4 KB - 141 )
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Published 23/01/2018 @ 14:30:05, By Ddey65
Can anyone else see the insignia on this truck?

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Big_Red_Truck_(14319108306).jpg

It's notably blurry.
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Published 23/01/2018 @ 16:31:19, By dsl
How about this van from Australia used to promote Lambretta scooters?

Looks very 1950s Austin/Morris?? Local build of lots of BMC trucks out there.
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Published 23/01/2018 @ 16:50:39, By atom
Can anyone else see the insignia on this truck?

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Big_Red_Truck_(14319108306).jpg

It's notably blurry.

No, but I can see a Giga sign on the drivers door and a CXH sticker under the windscreen on the passenger side so it should be an Isuzu Giga CXH [some numbers].
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Published 13/02/2018 @ 17:29:18, By Ddey65
How about this fire truck next to the Ford C-Series.

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Summer_1980,_Easter_Seals_Camp_Merry_Hea- rt_-_panoramio.jpg

I keep thinking Hahn for some reason.
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