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Nothing to See, Here! Just a 1938 ACME Beer Truck!


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Default Nothing to See, Here! Just a 1938 ACME Beer Truck!

1938 IHC D-35 ACME Beer Truck (on a smaller chassis) carrying 1936 IHC C-1
Pickup parts to a trade w/friend. C-1 project has been stalled for 15 years. Iím getting Indian Motorcycle parts and an ancient drill press!
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Default Re: Nothing to See, Here! Just a 1938 ACME Beer Truck!

Looks like an old post drill welded to a I Beam with a transmission and electric motor adapter at a later date. This is part of the trade.
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