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Old 10-11-2013, 03:05 PM
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can you find the '33 Ford truck in this picture?

1990 Ford Replica 1933 Woodie Pickup Truck - Used Truck Plainfield IN | Luxury Auto Depot

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1933 Ford Pickup Truck Replica REAL WOODIE!!!! TOTALLY HANDCRAFTED TEAK WOOD. Built in the 70's using the platform of a 1970 Opel GT1.9 Chassis and powertrain. Engine, transmission and brakes were recently fully serviced, totalizing $2200 of service work. All records availalbe This truck is totally functional and comes with 2 sets of wheels. More info Used Cars Plainfield IN | Used Cars & Trucks IN | Luxury Auto Depot or 3178378237


What does it weigh???

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Old 10-11-2013, 04:23 PM
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Ummm...hmm...I DON'T KNOW! I guess it looks Ford-ish.

Lots of nice teak wood. Why not continue with wood wheels? Interesting platform to build it on.

I don't get it on many different levels!

These would look better
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VERY generally it vaguely resembles the shape and proportions.
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Based on a 1970 Opel GT chassis? What chassis? The GT was unibody. Don't drive over any bumps too aggressively unless you want to make some toothpicks.
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Old 10-11-2013, 05:25 PM
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Maybe it's the wood?

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Old 10-11-2013, 05:42 PM
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VERY generally it vaguely resembles the shape and proportions.
REO?
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Old 10-13-2013, 12:11 PM
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Sell better as a large copy of those cheap wooden toys about a foot long that were more common a time back. Proportionally it has the hood length of an autocar diesel truck if anyone remembers them.

Chances are if you gathered thirty car buffs together and asked them what they thought it represented. A 33 ford truck would not be forthcoming from anyone. In fact I would be at a total loss myself to guess a similarity to anything I have known or seen.

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