Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
I am amazed how you find all these old vehicles. This are a wonderful photo opportunity.
Nice find Camera Girl. Looking at the dashboard reminds me of how simple things were. Just the bare necessities and no electronic toys.
X tremely indeed! Great picture of it and great find for the letter X too! xx
Pretty old and rusty truck! Wonder how powerful it used to be then to run around? And now become an object of photography. Interesting to look inside
Belas fotografias.Um abraço e boa semana.
It blends in well with the autumnal colours!
I wonder if this truck is still in use.
I'm just wondering if it's beyond restoration at this point. :-)
It brings back memories. I've ridden in such trucks many a mile. No seatbelts, hoping that we don't crash.
Beautiful find; it's just like one my grandfather used to own!
yep...she needs a little oil and TLC
X-tremely wonderful old truck.. LOVE IT
I love this old truck in all it's rusty decrepitness. Great find!
Wonderful old truck. It looks like someone just walked off and left it.
Cool pics of an old forgotten truck.
That's a great old truck. And a very creative way to do the letter X.
Oh, but I do love this X-tremely. I wish our dashboards looked similar to this now. I suppose one like this would hurt more if involved in a wreck.
A dually no less. I actually remember when vehicles had choke knobs on them!
I think my Grandpa had a truck like this at one time. This one reminds me of it anyway!
You do find the greatest shots for the day -- whatever the subject!! Amazing and I do so look forward to and enjoy your posts, every day!! Thanks for the giggles and the smiles and the delight!! I do hope your week is going well!! Enjoy!!
That truck is a good forty years past its best before date!
An oldie but a goodie, EG! So much rust!
It's beautiful! I love it. Reminds me of the one at Bala, Muskoka Lakes Winery!
Very clever Miss X. Love old trucksMB
Xpertly done! Great photos of a great old truck!
What a neat old truck! Have a lovely day, I hope the sun is shining there..it just finally popped out here. I was beginning to wonder if it was going to show up this week.
Oh my, I am trying to imagine what it was like in its hey-day. Still quit beautiful as it is. Great shot EG!
You wanted to know the location of the abandon house on my blog. Return to my posting http://eycandy.blogspot.ca/2015/10/abandoned.html and scroll down to "Location" just below the photo.
A real rust-fest!
I see a survivor!ALOHA, FriendComfortSpiral (\__/)(='.'=)(")_('')
X is for Xtremely in love with old truck!
That truck has seen better days.It is now useful,mostly for the photographer.
cute old thing.
A creative way to find something X-related! ;-)
Superb shots of these old relics. Love all the shots!
I think that truck has seen a better day. Too bad. I guess it's beyond being fixed up. Wonderful pictures.
But it's still photogenic! Lovely old truck.
But, oh, my goodness...the right person could refurbish it and it would be sitting in a vintage car show. I love it.
I agree with Andy: a nice find...and a reminder of how much simpler controls once were. I wonder how one of today's trucks would hold up with the same time and treatment that this one has seen.
Neat to see the old truck! It reminds me of old cars I see here and there at farmsteads and country junk yards. There's a place along the Iowa River that used to be a dump. You can see the old cars and such still sitting there when you canoe down the river.
and i wonder if we fix it up a bit whether it will move or not
A rusted old beauty!
X-tremely good shots!Wishing you a Happy Weekend,artmusedog and carol
x extremely rusty tractor,which is fun to look at.
An X-tremely clever way to get around this difficult letter. And I love old decrepit things (probably something to do with being the decrepit age I am).
X-tremely nice old things X-pertly photographed.
such a cool old truck. great shots.
I can see this truck is worked on - MANY times:):)
Old, rusty trucks are plain sexy to me. :-)The View from the Top of the Ladder
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