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Old Kenworth ID help

Posted By 34kw Thursday, June 06, 2019 7:23 AM
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it looks like a old kenworth hustler
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Yep. That's it. I contacted the factory and they said they would only accept build sheet requests from dealers. My local KW dealer is on it so we'll see. It has a Hercules diesel and is a twin screw. If it came from the factory like that, I would think it is rare for the year?
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I can't help with info, but it sounds interesting. Does it look anything like this one?
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Can anyone help with this Kenworth ID? The tag reads: Serial No. O.E.S.2 Job No. 4617
I think it's about a 1940 COE. It still has the motor, two transmissions, and it's a tandem drive with suicide doors and a sleeper. I'll post a pic when I can. Thanks

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