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Forum: Lifting machines
Discussion:  OLD Engine powered end control truck
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richard_b
Texas, United States
I have a photo of and old engine-powered stand-up end-control truck and am trying to figure out its brand/make.

Haven't figured out how to attach the photo here but could send it to anyone who would like to see it.

rbai748@worldnet.att.net  

VIEW THE PHOTO IN FORKLIFTACTION'S PHOTO GALLERIES

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rick_c
Texas, United States

it,s probably a "white" and if my memory serves me it has a wisconsin air cooled engine. i worked on a couple of them before they went extinct.

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Posted 20 Nov 2009 11:41 AM Reply  Report this message
richard_b
Texas, United States
Thank you - There's a photo of it in the museum gallery now (I think it got in). Does it still look like a White?

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Posted 20 Nov 2009 12:13 AM Reply  Report this message
rick_c
Texas, United States

not there yet

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Posted 20 Nov 2009 12:20 AM Reply  Report this message
rick_c
Texas, United States

not there yet

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Posted 20 Nov 2009 12:32 AM Reply  Report this message
edward_t
South Carolina, United States

not in the gallery that I can see.
This is a few years older than any Namco I ever saw.
the photo is at "ed-tharp.is-a-geek dot net/FORKb.JPG"
don't forget to change the " dot "  to "." without spaces...

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Modified 21 Nov 2009 08:38 AM
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richard_b
Texas, United States
Here is a URL for the photo - Not sure when or if it will get to the gallery.

[url/email removed]-tharp.is-a-geek.net/FORKb.JPG

Ed says it isn't a Namco.

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Posted 21 Nov 2009 09:11 AM Reply  Report this message
richard_b
Texas, United States
The URL was deleted - so I tried the gallery again.

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Posted 21 Nov 2009 09:17 AM Reply  Report this message
rick_c
Texas, United States

ed, if you have his photo send it to me please...i am curious now and i would really like to see thhis thing

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Posted 21 Nov 2009 09:39 AM Reply  Report this message
edward_t
South Carolina, United States

I had a little "denial of service" attack going on.
it's sent, Rick.

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Posted 21 Nov 2009 11:09 AM Reply  Report this message
edward_t
South Carolina, United States

That is a _real_ antique.

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Modified 26 Nov 2009 07:12 AM
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Normandy
Co. Cork, Ireland

What is the address that we can see this.?

or please send it to.

ndameryattrident.ie

Thanks

Posted 27 Nov 2009 11:14 PM Reply  Report this message
edward_t
South Carolina, United States

I sent a copy to Normandy's e-mail, and it can be seen in the forkliftaction.com's photo gallery's museum, or at ed-tharp.is-a-geek dot net/FORKb.JPG, (just be sure to change " dot " to "." without the whitespaces)

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Posted 28 Nov 2009 00:02 AM Reply  Report this message
FLA_Forum
Australia

YOU CAN NOW VIEW THE TRUCK IN THE PHOTO GALLERIES ON FORKLIFTACTION.

Check it out and help Richard_b determine the model of this antique forklift!

Modified 30 Nov 2009 03:33 PM
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edward_t
South Carolina, United States

Thank you Ann...

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Posted 30 Nov 2009 09:45 PM Reply  Report this message
duodeluxe


It is a hugely old truck that I would guess was made in the 1940's to early 50's. I don't know what the make is but an educated guess would be that  it is an Automatic. Automatic was purchased by Yale somewhere in the 1960's.

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Posted 30 Nov 2009 11:21 PM Reply  Report this message
carl_v
Pennsylvania, United States
Could be a Lewis-Shepherd (spelling?)

Posted 1 Dec 2009 02:51 AM Reply  Report this message
duodeluxe


I don't think that it is. To my knowledge, Lewis Shepard only made electric trucks.

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carl_v
Pennsylvania, United States
I believe you are correct. possibly a Namco, worked on a later model than this picture, looked similar.

Posted 1 Dec 2009 03:06 AM Reply  Report this message
duodeluxe


It is definitely not a Namco.

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