searchlights

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searchlights

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the cdgs site has a new forum.
http://www.cdsg.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=29
some sweet pics of searchlights.
anyone know what the truck is in one of the photos?
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Post by wc 9 and 12 owner »

I know Fort Mac in San Pedro has a few searchlight and looking for more. They also have a few Dodges
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if you cant afford the manual, you cant afford the truck!
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Too old for me...

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I'd have to say those trucks are before my time 8~)

Nice pics though, please link to anything else you find like that
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theres a nice vehicle park in one of the pics.
but I forget wich thread its in. :?:
http://www.cdsg.org/forums/

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This one

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http://www.cdsg.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=25

It has standard 3/4 ton WC %4 ambulances in it, so it is a 1942-45 pic, but there are earlier trucks there
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arethose ford pickup?? in the front? hhmm,, wonder why never see any for sale, here in the states... always find the 1950's stuff pop up,, looks like a 1942 ford, with the jail house grill
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