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BigDTexasKid
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Truck Driver/Retired

BigDTexasKid

Member, from Sulphur Springs Texas

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  • About

    Location:
    Sulphur Springs Texas
    Occupation:
    Truck Driver/Retired
    1932 Ford Roadster Pickup, 1933 Ford Pickup, 1933 Ford 3-W Coupe, 1933 Ford Roadster HI-Boy, 1934 Ford Cabriolet, 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe, 1941 Ford Pickup, 1941 Sedan Delivery, 1940 Ford COE, 1956 Ford Big Window Pickup, 1956 Ford Panel Delivery, 195
    Early Ford V/8 Club
    5th Generation Texan, My Family came to Texas, in 1830's. Given Land Grant 320 acres. My family came to Virigina in 1690. We were Soldiers &
    Farmers. We have Fought in all of America major Wars. My father was a Farmer, & also work for the Ford Motor Company at the Dallas Asembly Plant, til it closed in 1970. We always had Ford trucks, Cars, & Ford Tractors. As, a Boy. I would go to the Ford Plant on Open House, & when
    They had Father/ Son Day. There was a time that as a son you could go & visit with your father on the assembly line. Provided that his job, couldn't affect line Production or safety issues. On Saturdays, if he worked overtime. If , he was working in the Staging Compound, his job
    Was to repair defects to Cars & Trucks before they were Shipped. I was
    Always Fascinated by the cars & Trucks being built.
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