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BOIN106 :  What a car show, you covered most of my life.  The 40 Ford coupe was Dad's car in the late 40's just after we got rid of a '36 Chevy.  My best friend in High School, his Dad's car, which became transportation once we got our licenses, was a 48 Buick (although not a convertible - DRAT!).  My wife's (girlfriend at the time) family had a 48 Woody station wagon (Pontiac), we got our Milk from Forest Dairy, North Arlington, N.J. in a Devco delivery truck each morning and in the early 60's as I was finishing high school (graduated in '62) a group of friends (4 in fact) chipped in and jointly owned a '50 Ford convertible !! 

Loved the pictures of your models...thank you

Don McErlean

Capetrainman posted:

PRRRON...the truck will be arriving Friday hopefully!  Time passes slowly downstairs on the layout

Lee, that's a real sharp tow truck posted above...what brand is it?

The truck is a Corgi Mack B61 and I added a tow body from a toy 1950 Chevrolet don’t recall the name of it I also added some details from Don Mills Models I think I have posted it here in early post 

lee drennen posted:
Capetrainman posted:

PRRRON...the truck will be arriving Friday hopefully!  Time passes slowly downstairs on the layout

Lee, that's a real sharp tow truck posted above...what brand is it?

The truck is a Corgi Mack B61 and I added a tow body from a toy 1950 Chevrolet don’t recall the name of it I also added some details from Don Mills Models I think I have posted it here in early post 

Have this Mack Texaco tow truck pictured in box lower left.

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Ron

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