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Sicard trucks

Discussion in 'Old Iron!' started by Hayesno1, Nov 9, 2019.

  1. Hayesno1

    Hayesno1 Senior Member

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    A few pics of Sicard trucks. I have only been in Western Canada so I have not seen that many Sicard trucks.

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  2. Hayesno1

    Hayesno1 Senior Member

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    Sicard getting a paint coat. This got a Dodge cab as well.

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    Here is one I came across in my travels.
     

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    there is or was a couple of these not far from me without name tags now I know what they are will get a pic or two if they are still there. were set up as snow ploughs. both long hoods
     
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    I always wanted a Sicard Jr. snowblower. Like keeping one old engine running wasn't enough headache LOL
     
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    We had a Junior and then a 5150. Crude but effective.
     
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    I found this one in Nothern BC. I think it is the same one Greatwestcam found

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    Sicard 4x4 water truck with Dodge cab. Truck beside is a Canadian build Pacific P500S with self loader. Pacific got its own cab. Some Pacifics used IH cabs when Pacific was owned by IHC.

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