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1 hour ago, Earl Marischal said:

...Certainly a bit strange...

Lotsa people build things with little regard to form or function.

Much more attractive when it was born looking like this:

1956 Willys Pickup for Sale | ClassicCars.com | CC-1003361

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We had one of these when I was growing up. It was the typical met. green color but it was a little later one-piece windshield type. It had a flathead 4 with that PTO setup (multiple sticks) and we mainly used it for a snowplow. I don't ever remember it being on the road. what became of it I have no idea.

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On 6/28/2022 at 6:11 AM, Earl Marischal said:

This appeared on a model railway forum of which I'm a member and it intrigued me.

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steve

 

YUCK!🤮 It is a 1950-64 Willys-Oveland 473 or 475 pickup with some REALLY HEAVY modifications.

https://www.kaiserwillys.com/about_willys_jeep_truck_history_specs

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On 6/28/2022 at 3:07 PM, Vintage AMT said:

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This is an earlier 1946-49 version. The fenders, hood and grill were the main changes for 1950.

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