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"hubbard anyone?"


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01-11-2006: Ed Barker Wrote,

Just was wondering if anyone has any history and pictures of HUBBARD wrecker bodies.If you do I would love to see some posted . Thank You.


Chaser8003 said:

We had one. That thing was bad to the bone!!!! I think she lives somewhere by the kentucky-tennessee line. We sure do miss that thing. 75 International fitted with 89 Hubbard.



Autorescue said:

Floyd's always has interesting units!


Buddy Corgan said:

That thing is down right cool, Chase!


hdtowman65 said:

I luv it! That is one tuff lookin truck.


Towboy88 said:

Interesting unit.
Can we get a Floyd's fleet picture sometime?

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  • 2 years later...

'77 359. Western and Southern truck. Started out at Allied Gardens in Escondido, Ca, made it's way thru St. Louis area to Mississippi. That is where I found it. Rust free, aluminum frame truck. 350 small cam, 13 speed, air ride. Everything works, 1980 3 stage Hubbard. We added a Z-30 Zacklift. Very light, versatile truck that will still winch 100k without issue.

Edited by Scott-Michelle Graham
trying to add pics that I already added.
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Resting in-peace and rotting away in one of RoadOne's San Diego yards is one of Jim Sullivan's (Allied Gardens Towing) EKA creations that looked just like Hubbard units. Mr. Blakely was a visionary who tried to bring an idea from overseas' the the states.      R.

Randall C. Resch

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