Legend of “Old Brown”

Old Farm Trucks Never Die, They Just Get Replaced Part by Part

an old 1977 Ford F250 brown and tan pickupThe introduction to this series on “Old Brown”, the 1977 Ford farm truck that earned its keep and more during my formative years on a South Dakota dairy farm is found at “One Piece At a Time

Additional posts detailing the stories behind the various replacement parts added to this list as they are published.

More Farm Truck Stories

The Old Red Truck–Memories of “going to town” with Dad

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