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White 3000 series 3026 truck

Posted By Demattko Thursday, September 05, 2019 9:50 AM
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Hello my name is Debbie
I am new to this site.
Can anyone help me figure out the year model of my white 3000 series 3026 model truck I think it was a refueler truck. The serial number is 453486. I think it is around a 1951 or 1953 model. And do you know if there is a good market for this truck. Wanting to sell it. But really have no idea if its even a desired model. Any information would be helpful thank you Debbie
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Debbie, I don't know if anyone that has access to that information frequents this forum, but there is a White specific forum, classicwhitetrucks.com that should give you results



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Thank you I am so so sorry I thought I read someone on this website ask questions about how to identify a white motor company truck. Sorry, And I thank you so very much for the website info on the white motor co Trucks. thank you again Debbie
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My guess is that it is a 1956 based on a 1955 that I had. The worth is what you can get for it based on how bad some one wants it and the condition that it is in. The Classic White Truck Group site is about abandoned. No one will answer the email that you must submit to join and make a post. Good luck.

EDIT: I found my serial number versus build date and it was built in Nov. of 1955.


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Darn, I didn't realize that the White site was failing, hope she comes back one more time to get your info, Fred

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