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Lawrence Park FWD's
Member white4406 informs me that he has negotiated for the purchase of both of these trucks. They will be heading for the "Sixburgh" area in a month or so. He will keep the wing truck for his project and the other will go to work at the local marina for use in handling the boats. Great job white4406, saving some of this old iron is what we are all about!
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I got a call about a couple FWD's sitting in Lawrence Park, PA. The trucks are very complete and were running when parked. The only severe rust was at the bottom of the doors. One is marked Lawrence Park Township and I would guess they were both originally purchased by the township. They have the JF Brittain dealer emblems on them, a long-time local FWD dealer. The wing equipment looked to be Frink but I don't know about the front plows. Both driver doors were stuck so I couldn't get data plate info. Bshoesey
Bed may have been modified to accomodate a spreader
Cab is clean and no damage to glass/guages as often happens
Someone might recognize the motor
You won't see this truck at all when the grapes start growing.
Here is the real news update-
The Lawrence Park FWD's have made it down to Pittsburgh and are now destined for a new assignment that doesn't include a crusher!
This load should have generated some chatter on the CB's as they travelled down I-79 from Erie to Pittsburgh
Plows from the front truck are loaded in the rear one
It doesn't get much better than this, does it. Here is white4406 (David) with his "dream truck" FWD. Congrats and keep us posted on your progress. This is a great example of the power of the internet to hook up buyers with old iron that is for sale. This is big fun!
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Motor looks like a Red Diamond International-RD372, RD406, RD450, RD501.