Yes, the road.

Yes, the road.
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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

1951 Chevrolet 1300 Trailer Queen

from Alex Emond in south Saskatchewan: "My guess is 1951 , but I don't know exactly . It's a half ton , chained onto a flatbed trailer . This is in Eastend , Sask. on one of those colourless days ... fresh snow , dead calm . Spring is dragging its feet this year . There's still quite a bit of snow on the ground which bodes well for seeding and planting ... once the fields dry out enough . Anyway, I suspect that this old truck is going to get a makeover". Cheers , Alex"
Autoliterate: 133 was the Canadian version of the 3100.

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