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What Am I for Wednesday 11/17/10

Posted By Jeff Lakaszcyck Tuesday, November 16, 2010 2:50 PM
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Big refuse truck from the '60's. Photo from Bill White.



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Here goes nothing. Walter with a Pak-Mor. This one is unusual in another way,as it looks to be a front,and rear loader. Haven't seen many like that.

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Tuesday, November 16, 2010 4:18 PM by clyde318
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This one is unusual in another way,as it looks to be a front,and rear loader.


I thought the same thing, was afraid I might have gone off the deep end after the Ford C question earlier today then this....

T.


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Daryl is right. It is a T-100 Gar Wood, they were only built from 1965 to 69. It is a combination front and rear loader, with unitized construction( no frame ) and front wheel drive. I think it was a wee bit ahead of its time and never really caught on.

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Crane Carrier tried that integrated packer concept about 20 years ago............City of Lakewood,Ohio had about 15 or so in their fleet .
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Daryl Gushee is all over this one, this truck is indeed the Gar Wood T-100. Mike Pacitto has saved me the trouble of giving a few details, so the best thing I can do is provide a link to the Classic Refuse Trucks page on these trucks. Thanks to Bill White for the photos and Link.

http://www.classicrefusetrucks.com/albums/GW/GW12.html





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Wednesday, November 17, 2010 3:23 PM by Jeff Lakaszcyck

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