#7 S100 SERIAL NO. 7473C
The S series started in 1955 and went to 1957. Ken
bought the 1956 model from James Pulsifer of James River Bridge, Alberta. It was designated the "Painters' Truck"
as it had been owned by professional painters who had left it dribbled all over with a coat of many colours. Also,
someone had put a couple of serious dents in the top of the cab. "How did the dents occur?" asked Ken of James
Pulsifer. Said James, "The previous owner had tried to drive it into a shed and found the entrance too low. So he
turned the truck around and tried to back it in. It was still too low." Ken bought the truck in 1981, and restored
it in 1985. Rimbey Collision Repair did the body work.
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