Auto ID #75 FINISHED!

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Here's a good-looking pickup. What is it?

Remember, don't post answers or hints here. PM me with year, make and model.

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The answer: 1939-41 GAZ M-415

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1934 dodge

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1934 dodge

Did you not see the part where I say DO NOT POST ANSWERS OR HINTS HERE?

That sort of ruins the whole game for everyone else.

Good thing you're wrong.

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Its all about read and understand what the heck your reading. :)

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Question: Here's a good-looking pickup. What is it?

Answer: That's a good looking pickup!

What do I win?

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Question: Here's a good-looking pickup. What is it?

Answer: That's a good looking pickup!

What do I win?

The award for "Mr. Obvious 2013!" :lol:

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The award for "Mr. Obvious 2013!" :lol:

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The car (truck) in the photo is a GAZ M-415, built from 1939-41.

Who got it right:

wisdonm

trogdor

george53

Kenny

Johnny

G Holding

ChrisR

Balluck13

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This was easy to find in the files....I had this picture and saw the grill...

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Russian pickup didn't return any hits. Should have typed soviet pickup instead!

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looks like it took the russians 4 years to copy and market the 1934 Terraplane Cab Express pickup. :P

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First you have to buy the Hudson . Then you have to put it on a boat ... Thanx Harry

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Five years since they copy and made their own mods to a 1933 ford B :)

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