Lucky guess, the lights on the roof reminded me of some old rescue trucks.
I have seen a few Deutz motors before. Some people were converting their trucks to diesel in the early 80's using them.
Lucky guess. I have seen a few Deutz motors before, in the early 80's people were using them to convert their trucks to diesel.
The lights on the roof reminded me of some old rescue trucks.
Yes,6 Cyl.Diesel,ready to restore.20Yrs back you got these Trucks for a small Dollar.I remember when found one in a remoted Area near by.
The old buildungs are long gone and nobody remebers the old Machines left behind when the Company was given up.
This one is a old Utility Truck from the Firedepartment.
I recall 2 stroke V6 desiels being common as bus motors some years back also. But would never have thought air cooling would be sufficient for one of these. How wrong I was.
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One of my old bikes
Forecast for Tonioght: ALCOHOL,Low Standards and Poor Decisions
Have a buddy that is awesome with paint,here's a couple challenges I put forth to him ,the Corona was a nightmare to paint as it was soooo many layers of paint and all hand laid,decal kit was the easy part. The triple 9 was a tribute to the late great Joey Dunlop
Wow, your buddy is indeed a talent with paint. Outstanding.
Okay. Heres the dumb question of the day.(year)
When you have no side stand and get to your destination, or stop for a break, do you just lay the bike against a tree?
Nope. I've seen Greg use a road sign.
That /\ thing's certainly been run hard and put away wet.