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Squaw Bay Ford

Located in the lush boreal forest along Lake Superior, this image, came as a gift. My thanks again to Harold Adams for alerting me to this striking truck. My thanks also to the owners who allowed me to photograph it.

The 1931 Ford model A is distinguished from the similar 1930 by the painted portion of the rad shell. This truck is the larger AA truck, which was the first year that Ford had a beveled gear, rear axel, and a 4-speed transmission. The wheels were supplied by Hayes (62)
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641x480px 275.78 KB
Canon EOS 20D
Shutter Speed
1/125 second
Focal Length
34 mm
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Date Taken
Aug 10, 2008, 3:27:10 PM
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Artlune's avatar
This is a great photo!
WayneBenedet's avatar
thanks, the print is owned by the local Ford Dealer.
Artlune's avatar
You are welcome!
LarkinGrovePhotos's avatar
Great shot of a great old truck!
it's Model T ?
WayneBenedet's avatar
no... just read the comments attached to each image. They usually say what it is. This one is a 1931 model A
Ouh. <3 So lovely.
PaintedOnMySoul's avatar
This beautiful piece has been featured here: [link]
WayneBenedet's avatar
thanks kat, I appreciate it.
sumajarong's avatar
Glad you heard about this and captured it before it's gone :nod:
dove-51's avatar
:wow: That's an oldie. Great find. :clap:
Photoninja's avatar
It looks like it had a full life. Good photo.
DjKeeper's avatar
WayneBenedet's avatar
thanks thomas...not particularly good adivce thogu
DjKeeper's avatar
sorry, i really dont know why i wrote that. i think i just posted in the wrong window or something.

sunata's avatar
Fantastic catch
Hermetic-Wings's avatar
Rusty like me and old...It finished his duties and retired...Alltough I am still trying to survive...
WayneBenedet's avatar

you ant I both Ayhan...rusty, old and still needing to work. hang in my friend.
yankeedog's avatar
Another beauty!
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