Yes, the road.

Yes, the road.
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Thursday, May 12, 2016

(Dodge) Fargo Trucks

from Alex Emond: "Ola hombrecito! I pulled into (tiny) Tompkins, Saskatchewan the other day on my way back to Banff , just to aerate the dogs and stretch my legs. Somebody has a few projects on the go including this early Fifties Fargo. The early '30's truck is up in one corner of the yard. Nobody was around... I am curious to see what might be inside the large quonset that he's using as a shop. Stay tuned ... I'll persist...I can practically smell a couple of old trucks inside that shop. Cheers-AE"
We've posted other Fargo trucks... Chrysler used the brand in Canada....AE found this one in Kyle, Sask. 

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