TowZone Posted May 30, 2018 Share Posted May 30, 2018 Topic Originally Created by 83Brigadier in March of 2013: Picked this up today for a friend. Just a short tow to the next town over. I think he said it is a 1948. Strapped the doors and hood shut to prevent surprises. I saw a '65 chevy the other day on a carrier with the door wrapped around against the fender. Winched from the rear. It took up most of my 22' deck. Chained down and rolled. When I was on my way back from another call last night, I thought I would stop in and see what I might need, there was a guy working there who thought I should just load it onto my 3500 carrier with a 17' deck. He didn't think it had an engine so it would be ok. JTFormula said Very cool old iron. What are the plans for it? Rich Lichty said: That appears to be around a '39 to '42 Dodge. I have a '42 Fargo that looks the same. If I knew how to post photos I would share. 83Brigadier said: The guy just bought it for his 13 year old son to work on. This family has a 65 Chevelle, a Chevy II and An El Camino all in various stages. He does commercial sandblasting. He has a sandblasting booth in his garage and a tow behind compressor that he takes to jobsites. He sandblasts frames and bodies for all the local hot rodders on rotisseries in the garage. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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