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Greetings from the United States. I am interested in hearing from other owners of the Cab Over Autocar U-7144-T. I am looking for a cab bow for the canvas and original data plates. I would also enjoy hearing from others regarding their restoration and operation. Best regards.

P. M. "Marty" Fravel

Virginia- USA

email- fravel@clemson.edu

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You don't happen to have the one that used to belong to Frank Buck do you?

 

Military Veterans Museum and Education Center will be buying one soon. John K (Captain Crank) in MN has a few and might have examples you can get measurements off of.

 

~Robert

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Greetings from the United States. I am interested in hearing from other owners of the Cab Over Autocar U-7144-T. I am looking for a cab bow for the canvas and original data plates. I would also enjoy hearing from others regarding their restoration and operation. Best regards.

P. M. "Marty" Fravel

Virginia- USA

email- fravel@clemson.edu

 

welcome on board.

 

This site has most data plates http://www.mvdataplates.com/

and these guys do great canvas for MVs, I have a set on my Dodge M37, it does seem to flag the site as having malware but Ive never had any issues

http://www.odcloth.com/

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Greetings from the United States. I am interested in hearing from other owners of the Cab Over Autocar U-7144-T. I am looking for a cab bow for the canvas and original data plates. I would also enjoy hearing from others regarding their restoration and operation. Best regards.

P. M. "Marty" Fravel

Virginia- USA

email- fravel@clemson.edu

 

On the cab bow would suggest to contact Jacob Rietveld of Rietveld Autoparts in Belgium. http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?hl=nl&q=cache:r2ZiU7BIsfYJ:http://www.milweb.net/go/rietveld/%2BRietveld+Autoparts&gbv=2&rlz=1W1ADRA_nlBE370&gs_l=heirloom-hp.3..0.3868.8028.0.9076.18.9.0.9.9.0.190.1406.0j9.9.0...0.0...1c.1.1eKt0tf8JO8&ct=clnk

 

or email address jacob.rietveld@telenet.be .

He is travelling to the US regularly, so could take it with him........

 

Good luck,

Towbarlover

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You don't happen to have the one that used to belong to Frank Buck do you?

 

Military Veterans Museum and Education Center will be buying one soon. John K (Captain Crank) in MN has a few and might have examples you can get measurements off of.

 

~Robert

 

No, this particular one came from the December 2012 auction in Indiana- http://www.auctionsamerica.com/events/all-lots.cfm?SaleCode=MM12

 

I corresponded with Frank recently and he mentioned he has sold his.

 

Looking for a trailer....

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No, this particular one came from the December 2012 auction in Indiana- http://www.auctionsamerica.com/events/all-lots.cfm?SaleCode=MM12

 

I corresponded with Frank recently and he mentioned he has sold his.

 

Looking for a trailer....

 

Ahhh... Wondered who got her. We were looking at that one, but decided not to bid on it due to us not being able to go down there and inspect it. What kind of shape is it in?

 

In case you don't have a manual for it, you can download one here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/iatneeo1gicevn2/TM9_816_1944.pdf

 

No leads on a trailer that I'm aware of.

 

~Robert

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