Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Wednesday, June 21, 1933

Had an auction down at the store today. They sold an old truck for 197 and 1/2 dollars. Sold some other goods, too.
1920 Ford Depot Hack

A 1920 Depot Hack is fitted with the demountable rims that became available on a broader
range of vehicles that year. The rims allowed for easier flat repair, as the outer rim -- which
held the tire -- could be separated from the wheel hub, which remained on the vehicle.

Blogger's Note: I have no clue as to what kind of truck was sold; Mom didn't say. But
I've driven Fords since ... well, since forever, so I just picked out a Ford and used it.

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