We all know that there are many b-trucks on the track that have spent their entire lives in the hands of only one team, like north lindy's, central Islip's, and hempstead's just to name a few. But what b-trucks have been passed around the most from team to team? Lets just call it the biggest very *friendly* person, of the b-truck world!
I don't thing I have seen a thread like this before, if so... Oops!
Gollly... What the heck are those thangs? Do them thangs run on rocket fuel or somethin??? SKID
how about the 1949 ford greenport truck that went from greenport to bay shore (as a back-up) then to sea breeze, to kendall after that, then black river, then to norwood (leased from black river), then going to louisville, and finally ending back up at sea breeze
What is the lineage of Deer Park and Huntington Manor B rigs?
I posted this in B-Truck Trivia a while ago;
1956 Ford F100 originally was a Good Humor Ice Cream Truck!
Garden City Park "Mustangs" West Babylon "Screaming Eagles" Deer Park "Bucks" Mastic "Whistlers" (for the pump) Middle Island "Dirty Dozen" (painted it green) Hunt. Manor "Bulldogs" (painted it back to red) Where it sits to this day collecting dust.
The current Deer Park B-rig came from Hamlin "Beach Boys" which is also a 56 Ford F100.