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JohnnyTH
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morris truck

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Yesterday i was out scouting and i found the remains of some kind of a ww2 morris truck. Most of the sheet mettal was gone, but frame, wheels and enien and driveline seemd to be in good condition.

I do not know the exact type of truck but found data plates saying it was morris and it have the typical front bumper.

Anyone know if parts like this have a value?
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Re: morris truck

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They certainly do.

Morris trucks are now much rarer than most of the US product, and they have their own dedicated following. Of course you don't tell us where you are or where the truck is...

Maple Leaf Up Forum;

http://www.mapleleafup.org/forums/

and the HMVF forum;

http://www.hmvf.co.uk/forumvb/


... would be the place to look for a buyer.
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Re: morris truck

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guess i should have said that the truck is in south Norway. I should get some pic of it but i only had my phone with me.
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Well the HMVF and MLU are still the places to mention it. Not sure if it would be worth hauling 'home' depends on what it is / was and how much.

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