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Old 09-27-2021, 08:54 PM   #1
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Greetings the photo is my Great Grandfather next to his Ford truck dated 1923. Not sure if the date is right, but I am needing to identify the model and year if possible. Any guidance would be appreciated.
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Old 09-27-2021, 09:44 PM   #2
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Greetings, the photo is my Great Grandfather next to his Ford truck dated 1923. Not sure if the date is right, but I am needing to identify the model and year if possible. Any guidance would be appreciated. jmhimmel
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Mid 20s Mack maybe, not Ford. You might try posting on; Smokstak® Antique Engine Community

in the car and truck section. https://www.smokstak.com/forum/forum...and-trucks.57/
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Looks like it could be a military standard Liberty surplus truck.
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Thanks for the suggestion
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The 8 holes in the front crossmember are typical of the Federal Motor Truck Company rig. I might guess 1918 to 1920 or so. Google images of 1918 Federal Trucks to see the similarities. The license plate looks more like a 1921 New York to me.
Cool photo.
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The 8 holes in the front crossmember are typical of the Federal Motor Truck Company rig. I might guess 1918 to 1920 or so. Google images of 1918 Federal Trucks to see the similarities. The license plate looks more like a 1921 New York to me.
Cool photo.
I don’t know what year it is, but it sure is a cool looking truck
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