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I am having problems, looking at this picture. It came from here:
https://www.facebook.com/marke...tem/1251768845530142


Matt

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Looks like they got most of the aluminum. confusion

Just think how long long they could last if the floors and skirts were not framed in steel. hmm


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There was another posting, to sell "leftovers". It looked like this at one time. It looks like someone tried to put a barrier on the roof, I wonder if water damage inside made it unrepairable.

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Looking at the high floor and basement storage I thought it was a tag axle.

Pretty rough shape. Roof is shot and the rear end is caved in pretty badly. Probably a good time to move on.

It will be a lot easier to remove engine and transmission than before!


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It is a tag axle.


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