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1931 Ford Model A Pick Up. An old "Ma Bell" (AT&T) truck.

1931 Ford Model A Pickup Truck Maintenance of old vehicles: the material for new cogs/casters/gears could be cast polyamide which I (Cast polyamide) can produce

(first posted 9/13/2012)    For years, the pickup truck has been the best-selling vehicle type in the U.S. Even before that, pickups could be found across the country in the service of farmers, ran…

1930 Ford Model A Pickup . Want to insure your sweet toy's come to the Agents that can cover them properly. Car insurance and classic auto Insurance from House of Insurance in Eugene, Oregon

» 1930 Ford Pickup / Creative Rod and Kustom

» 1930 Ford Pickup / Creative Rod and Kustom

Vietnam War - M-79 grenade launcher, aka, the Blooper or Blooker, due to the sound made when fired. Deadly with right guy.

Soldiers in Vietnam War - grenade launcher, aka, the Blooper or Blooker, due to the sound made when fired. Deadly with right guy.

A scrawny, long-bearded mountain man with a foul mouth & a passing acquaintance with copper tubing & kettles, Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton seemed the embodiment of moonshiners of yore Brought up in rural Cocke County, Tenn, identified as one of four “moonshine capitals of the world” in the corn-whiskey history “Mountain Spirits,” Mr. Sutton learned the family trade from his father. Going back to the Scots-Irish, who brought it to the New World & it wasn’t illegal until after the Civil War.

Moonshiner: Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton was the embodiment of moonshiners of long ago, in Cocke County, Tennessee. identified as 1 of 4 “moonshine capitals of the world” producing “Mountain Spirits,” Mr. Sutton learned the family trade from his father.