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trucks at masscar show

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here a few picsmasscarshow001.jpgmasscarshow002.jpgmasscarshow007.jpg

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and a few moremasscarshow003.jpgmasscarshow004.jpg

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I love the old take on a new truck theme of the second one. :) And of course the Cannonball with the trolley. Not sure why but I love the idea of hauling RR on a flattie.

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Thanks Gordon, Great meeting you. I only got a chance to glance at the trucks. I got so busy yappin with old friends and new I didn't get a chance to start taking pictures till people started packing up.

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yeah i noticted on your fotki site that you got no pics of mine..maybe next time.

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I love the Lonestar!!! It really looks like a 30's vintage D model!

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Looks like there were some nice trucks there. That LoneStar stake truck is different.

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Gordon, Nice pictures

The Cannonball and the Lonestar, looks like to be from Jeff Harper...he is from up in that area...

He did a master for the Lonestar daycab as well.

Kurt

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I was wondering if it was one of my daycabs, but, I couldn't read the discription...

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Gordon, Nice pictures

The Cannonball and the Lonestar, looks like to be from Jeff Harper...he is from up in that area...

He did a master for the Lonestar daycab as well.

Kurt

They are Jeff's. The GMC pulling the railroad car is based on a 1:1. There's videos of it on YouTube running I-95 from Mass up to Portland, Maine. Don't know the name it's under but you might try Edaville Railroad,

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