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Dodge and Chevy had some interesting Canopy Express body styles back then, plus the '33 Suburban had perhaps nicer lines.
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But I'm partial to a few older trucks and RVs. Few were 4x4 but many would likely make it up my drive in the wintertime.
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I really like those old flat head Fords. First car engine I ever worked on as in took the heads off was a '47 Ford flat head. Kind of like a big Briggs and Stratton. Put it back together and it ran fine.
 
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