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Scrap guys are cleaning out a 100 year hoard of old machinery near here.I was aware of some interesting stuff there (see other posts),including this WW1 era pole trailer.It hadn't moved in at least 65 years,but when lifted out of the mud,the wheels still turned like they had been lubricated yesterday.We hooked it up to our pickup and towed it (slowly) the 4 miles home. I am using it for "yard art" (second photo).Just thought it was cool.
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Is there a name or symbol on the center caps of the hubs? Looks like a early heavy truck front axle and chassis.
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Is there a name or symbol on the center caps of the hubs? Looks like a early heavy truck front axle and chassis.
There is no emblem or name anywhere that I have found.I will clean it up better in the warm weather.It was a truck front axle and frame originally.
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