some extra shots of the 28 pepsi truck

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Harry Lipki
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some extra shots of the 28 pepsi truck

Post by Harry Lipki » January 28th, 2011, 4:52 pm

Here are a few more shots of her showing off
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Re: some extra shots of the 28 pepsi truck

Post by flatford39 » January 28th, 2011, 5:35 pm

I have three questions.

What size tires are you using,
Can we see a better pic of the hubcaps &
do you have better pics of the rear fenders, especially how they mount to the frame.

Thank you,

And really nice truck,

Tom

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Harry Lipki
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Re: some extra shots of the 28 pepsi truck

Post by Harry Lipki » January 28th, 2011, 6:01 pm

Tom -Thanks . The AA is a fun truck - I will have to get back to you on the tire size ( I will check Monday when I am at work )-- I am not sure the size . I can still get them , that much I do know . These ones are atleast 30 years old -- I have posted a couple of shots of the back end when she was getting painted --hope this helps
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Re: some extra shots of the 28 pepsi truck

Post by gunmetal » January 28th, 2011, 7:42 pm

could you post some pic's of the rear end with plate form bead on it.

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Re: some extra shots of the 28 pepsi truck

Post by vtwinsideways » January 29th, 2011, 11:32 am

That rear window has some definite benefits over the stock one! :D
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Re: some extra shots of the 28 pepsi truck

Post by Roadster AA » February 3rd, 2011, 8:13 pm

what are the hubcaps? They look like hupcaps from a 28-29 Model a car. I can't seem to find 28-9 AA hubcaps that are not lots of money. Would like to see a picture of what you have.

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Re: some extra shots of the 28 pepsi truck

Post by farmerden » February 5th, 2011, 10:18 pm

Harry It is so great to see a finished Canadian Cab! Was there metal on the back of the cab when you started? My cab is only wood and it doesn't appear to have been metal originally-It's hard to tell with the condition of the wood! My front fenders are slightly different as well [I showed photos of them a year or two ago on this forum but recieved no reply so I assumed that the Canadian/Australian AA's were different in a few areas] Now I can sleep at night cause there's your truck with a taller windshield,wooden doors skinned with tin etc! Good job. Den

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