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Unread 10-07-2011, 11:28 AM   #1
BERNIESWELDING
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Default Hello from spokane, wa

i found this site and figured there might be some interest is something i have. i am the owner of a mold for fiberglass "T" related bodies. i own the mold that DAN WOODS created in the early 70's that is called THE HIGH ROLLER C CAB. this same person created the THE MILK TRUCK and THE ICE TRUCK back in the late 60's. i also have the parts to produce the original opposing coil spring suspension he did also. in the past there was some errors in the description on another site but i hope i have that out of the way. as soon as i can i will be posting pictures.
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Unread 10-07-2011, 08:00 PM   #2
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Good to see you on here. Always liked the Ice Truck. Any plans on selling any bodies?
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Unread 10-07-2011, 09:30 PM   #3
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Good to see you on here. Always liked the Ice Truck. Any plans on selling any bodies?
currently i am trying to find someone that knows how to do glass. i am a welder/fabricator i have never gotten involved with it. so far i have had one quote of $3,000.00 to do one. everyone i know said that is too expansive. i recienty sent an e-mail to SPIRIT INDUSTRIES, but i have not heard anything back yet.

that is the latest................
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Unread 10-08-2011, 05:36 PM   #4
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Bernie,

Keep us posted. From what I hear, the mold is a very tedious and time consuming part of the fabrication process. Do you know if this is true. If it is, I would think that anyone that might want to offer the High Roller C-Cab as part of their line up would be happy to work with you.
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Default Here is the whole story about the c cab........

for those that are interested go to this web site;

http://www.tbucketplans.com/2011/04/...c-cab-history/

this web site will give the whole story.
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