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1926 White Motor Truck

Posted By scottbaty Wednesday, February 20, 2019 1:49 PM
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2 local collectors of that vintage White are Jim Conrad of Marshallville, Ohio and Larry Kotkowski of Mantua, Ohio. I could supply their phone #s if interested.

Scott , why does your name sound familiar . You gotta be from NE Ohio.
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That sounds interesting. We have the www.Classicwhitetrucks.com website also. I don't know if we can find the truck, but if anyone can, they'd be reading the CWTG forum.

Bruce


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Looking for a 1926 White Motor truck. My father bought this truck in Cleveland Ohio in the 1980's. It was the first White truck to come off the assembly line with pneumatic tires and electric lights. It was built for Windsor White and used on his estate in Hunting Valley Ohio as a vegetable truck. It had suicide doors as well. Just wondering what became of it.

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