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This Yale SPE-050 truck is built August 30th 1973 by Yale-Eaton in Philadelphia, PA. It is affectionately known as the “Flintstone Truck” because of its unique C-cab design with integral tilt cylinders in the Overhead Guard. The mast also utilizes only one hydraulic cylinder for free lift and main lift functions, and the unit will fit beneath a standard 6’ tall doorway. The unit is currently still in weekly service in North Carolina. Contributed by Jeb Lloyd, Hyster-Yale Group – United States.

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