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Posted By ScottM Sunday, October 09, 2011 7:00 AM
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sale brochure 1975

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Monday, October 17, 2011 3:34 AM by Eddy Lucast moderator
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Interesting, that would be a neat couple of trucks to see, glad to hear they are in once piece...

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One of the first and last Scot highway tractors built are in storage at an Irving owned facility in my home town of Sussex N.B. I dont know if one could get permission to get in to photo them or not.
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that looks like a international 4300 and it is a ih paing strip kit on the side
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dclerici (10/16/2011)
CN "something".


CN Halifax, Halifax train station. This is the Freightliner in the background, from here.

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Sunday, October 16, 2011 9:47 AM by John Frances
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Johns' pic....looks like a Dodge COE with a fancy paint job behind the Ford pu, big cab Freightliner back there. I wonder if that was taken at a Canadian truck show? Can't make out the name on the building (behind the lightpole) CN "something".

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Heres another.John
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Michelle Cole (10/9/2011)
Great Scot, this Scot has a L series Ford cab.

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yes they used louisville cabs starting off before making their own cabs
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Great Scot, this Scot has a L series Ford cab.

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you are right it ws run by the irvings for a few years before they got a freightliner dealership and then ceased production but the scots were a tough truck and as like Macks hard to kill

pete (10/9/2011)
I think the Irvings owned Scot,they own Midland Transport who had a fleet of them.They probably got lots of government money to build them

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