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Posted By mandator Tuesday, November 22, 2011 2:08 PM
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Hi Jeff, that 's a nice clear pic of the Biederman N.S  in need of restoration,  going by the 6 wheel studs it seems to be a medium weight truck, Biederman also built heavier tandem axle models for mixer and dump truck etc applications in forward and back front axle versions and the 'Cincinatti cab' was also used by a dozen other truck builders during  the postwar years onwards, which helps when trying to recognize trucks on the WAI forum
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Hi Eddie, I have'nt joined up to the ATHS, my membership lapsed some time ago, but thanks for the heads up,  perhaps some of them will post replies on the forum, as I'm  not able to contact them. regards, mandator
Wednesday, November 23, 2011 4:21 PM by mandator
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[quote]mandator (11/22/2011)
Hi I'm a newbie to this forum and very interested in Biederman trucks, does any one out there have much  info on these trucks especially the postwar models which I'm trying to do research. as there don't appear to be too much info available on the web[/quote   ]Thanks for all replies so far,  I reckon I'll get there eventually!
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There are several folks here with Beidermans



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Mandator, don't have anything to offer on the Biederman but welcome to our little corner of the world and I imagine a lot of info will be forth-coming. this is the place. Wayne
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Here's a link to a Biederman from about 1950 we ran in the WAI a few months ago, plus a pic of John Vannatta's Biederman from Jesse Walter. 

http://forums.aths.org/InstantForum2010/136077/What-Am-I-for-Monday-91211?PageIndex=2

http://forums.aths.org/InstantForum2010/Uploads/Images/aec7626c-6a74-41af-a07e-9880.jpg


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Tuesday, November 22, 2011 4:03 PM by Jeff Lakaszcyck
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Hi Richard, Thanks for the tip I'm not expecting many replies to my post as there don't seem much known about them ,

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John Vannatta, our 1st. VP, is restoring one.  I know it is a post WWII model, but don't know the exact year.  Perhaps he'll chime in here soon.

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Hi I'm a newbie to this forum and very interested in Biederman trucks, does any one out there have much  info on these trucks especially the postwar models which I'm trying to do research. as there don't appear to be too much info available on the web

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