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What Am I for Thursday 8/26/10

Posted By Jeff Lakaszcyck Wednesday, August 25, 2010 3:41 PM
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Here is a snappy little express model. Emblems removed.



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Take a swing at it. White model 15.

David Boudrie  Truckless......for now.....
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MAXWELL.

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 Posted Wednesday, August 25, 2010 4:52 PM
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Agree with Don,

1919 Maxwell Model 4 1 Ton Chassis.

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I've seen this one in person so I won't answer.

I really like the "8 in 1" body.

As the name implies, the sides fold into  different configurations by means of some neat hardware.

So rare to see a good surviving period body.
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Don MacKenzie has this one 1st, this truck is a 1919 Maxwell Model 4 1 ton express truck. This truck is in the Hays Museum. Stretch, that info you have on the "8 in 1" body is pretty interesting. I'd love to see a diagram or some pictures of that. This photo and everything below is from Dan Souday.







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I wish I had more information on the 8 in 1, but other than the fact that they were built by the American Wagon Co.

of Dixon, Illinois, I don't have any.

Time to dig deeper.

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