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Posted By newfie-trucker Wednesday, June 01, 2011 2:20 PM
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thanks guys i will be using all your advice .. the reason i need the build sheet is to please the newfoundland vehicle regrestration
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John beat me to it!! T-Line trucks in Harrisburg has got all the info on Diamonds that Osterland (Diamond Reo Giant) Wrangled out of White Motor.


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Earl,

These folks have most of the Diamond Reo archives, give them a call and check the VIN  http://www.t-linetrucks.com/home  John
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I got a copy of the build sheet for my 1947 Diamond T from the dealer that sold it new.  Today they sell Dodge and they have files for all the vehicles they ever sold.  I got the lead as to where the truck was bought new from an oil change sticker.
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You need to talk directly to Canada customs in Ottawa if you haven't already.  Did you do a search on the internet? If it's an antique I have a hard time believing that you need a builtsheet.  When I inported my Federal, I just drove up to the Blue Water bridge at Sarnia and had no problems.
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I wonder why they would need a buildsheet?

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i am looking at working it for a while anf later turn it into a toy for shows

 

thanks for the help Eddy much appreciated
Wednesday, June 01, 2011 2:40 PM by newfie-trucker
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Newfie

Is this for a commercial truck or a play toy truck and does it matter? Seems like they are asking for a truck you intend to work.

There has to be an RVP for Canada and trucks have been brought into Canada before. Call or email them if they don't know they should be able to tell you has done it. RVP will be listed on the main ATHS web site in Contact us IIRC




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I am looking into importing a Diamond reo into canada  but i was told i need a build sheet and it had to come from a dealer or factory build sheet anyone know who i need to talk to please help if possible ... thanks  Earl

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