17 September 2013
Like They Used To, Hamilton, Montana
Whilst trundling about my old neighborhood, what does my meandering eye espy? A 1950s-era International dump truck - still working hard, and looking for a new home. They really don’t make ‘em like they used to.
My ever-burning automotive question (please forgive the strong overtones of whine): whyever did they quit making those delightful little triangle vent windows as part of the front door?
If you know such things, please enlighten via the comment field.
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Probably to cut costs. They were called quarterlights. The passenger side quarterlight on our vehicles were usually smeared with dog snot. Smokers liked them also.ReplyDelete