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Welcome to the 39-47Dodgetruck Group
 This group is dedicated to 1939-47 Dodge,, Plymouth and Fargo Trucks and all Mopar truck lovers. 
See below for info on the cover photo. 
This web site, on the appropriate database table, includes the official registry for the 1939-47 Mopar trucks. © by dlfenner. It also is a forum for those of us who own or admire the 1939-47 Dodge, Plymouth, and Fargo trucks. When posting messages, be sure to include your name and location at the end of a post. This group address replaces the forum registry and message forum on yahoo groups. Databases there are included here. When posting a reply, please snip or truncate previous messages to avoid lengthy add-ons.  Wow, take a look at the photos guys!  Example. Here is a photo taken at a car show of various models of Mopar trucks. In front, on the left side is Pauls' Canadian 1940 one ton, and then we have  Andy's 41 Plymouth, another Plymouth or Fargo truck, a 1946 WC and Dave's 1941 WC on the far right.  . We are looking for good photos from other members, so please send one that we can use and put on top of the page here.  Submit it with a bit of information if you can.
For more info, Contact owner Dave Fenner at jobrated.man@gmail.com or Bob Howell at howellr@ix.netcom.com
 

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