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1934 Stewart 1-1/2ton Truck

Posted By raycycled Sunday, March 27, 2022 11:47 AM
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Bruce Ohnstad
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Hi Ray,

Pictures would help. Sometimes if the sheet metal is there you need to build one, a good cabinet maker or best of all a buggy maker can get good connections and contours.

Metropolitan Body Co. of Bridgeport, Connecticut also had a factory in Ohio that built White truck cabs into the mid 1930s. That cab was also used on Sterlings and Pierce Arrow. P-A and Stewart were both in western New York state. Metro cabs had a brass plaque on the header holding the windshield and often had a map pocket on the back wall behind the passenger head.

Highland cabs were also common in that era, from Ohio. I don't know about Brockway cabs, also built in western NY.

Is your truck left hand drive or right?

Bruce

1932 White 643 restored in the working museum
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Hi all, I am a coachbuilder and have a 1934 Stewart cabin I am restoring for the owner, I'm have hells trouble, getting info, mainly on the cabin's construction, all of the forward timbers have long since rotted away so I'm looking for pics of the windscreen pillars and the roof covering . it appears there was a cloth roof over a few plywood panels on the roof frame. thanks, Ray Elbourne Sydney Aust.

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