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Old 10-19-2019, 02:20 PM   #1
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What came first Chicken or Egg?

My chicken got out again


Actually something I found when I was trying to figure out what size a chicken would be if it laid a 14-15 foot egg. My guesstimate is a chicken forty feet tall.
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Strangest possible tow vehicle for an EggCamper

Yes - the chicken truck is pretty silly. I got started on this tangent last week when I saw a Western Clipper Motorhome being auctioned in Chicago next week. How much fun would it be to pull the EggCamper with this?
I'll be interested to see how much it will sell for. Then restoration another 20,000 maybe...
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Yes - the chicken truck is pretty silly. I got started on this tangent last week when I saw a Western Clipper Motorhome being auctioned in Chicago next week. How much fun would it be to pull the EggCamper with this?
I'll be interested to see how much it will sell for. Then restoration another 20,000 maybe...
LOVE IT! 1938 Ford?
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LOVE IT! 1938 Ford?
No - a 1937 Western Clipper - custom built and they don't specify the chassis.

Mecum Auctions has an estimate on it now that it will go from 20-30K.
https://www.mecum.com/lots/CH1019-38...per-motorhome/

Designed by Brooke Stevens for the Western Publishing Company of Racine WI as a mobile showroom.

If they livestream the auction I will watch next weekend. I think it will sell for more than 30K.
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No - a 1937 Western Clipper - custom built and they don't specify the chassis.

Mecum Auctions has an estimate on it now that it will go from 20-30K.
https://www.mecum.com/lots/CH1019-38...per-motorhome/

Designed by Brooke Stevens for the Western Publishing Company of Racine WI as a mobile showroom.

If they livestream the auction I will watch next weekend. I think it will sell for more than 30K.
It is really cool! the grille looks like a 38 ford pickup...
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