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  • Gilmore and the Model A Standrive Truck

    My camera battery was getting low, so I didn't get as many pictures as I wanted at Gilmore yesterday, but will post some over the next couple days. Here's a few I took of the late Roger Kauffman's truck. This is the only Standrive AA I've ever seen. Notice how the frame is made to hang low where the driver stands. I understand the driver can walk beside the truck when it's idling in low gear.

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    You did better than I, I have only seen a standrive frame

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