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Another awesome truck from the Cars in the Park 1st Annual Benefit 2008 that benefited our Ellis County Special Olympics in Waxahachie, TX Getzendaner Park. Photo taken 6/28/08.
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Glenna Walker of Krue Photography is an on-location, natural light photographer in Red Oak, Waxahachie, Dallas, TX and surrounding areas, specializing in maternity, newborns, children, and families.
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Nice photos of all the cars and trucks.
very nice shot Glenna, did you know that the utility truck was “invented” here in Australia. :)
Another great shot. You must have had a great time there! I would of loved to have seen these too! LOL
It was a race to try and get them all as there were so many. It was a lot of fun Michele.
– Glenna Walker
Thank you David.
We used to have a 59 Ford Pick Up. It was a great truck. thanks for the memories. Great shot.
Well, it makes me so happy to bring back good memories for you Victoria :)….and thanks so much!
What a fantastic shot! I used to drive one of these (not in nearly as good as shape) on the farm. What a delight to see one in such immaculate condition!
Thanks so much Blair, I love the color of this one.
Love iet love it! I’m lovin the older pickups (the nicely painted ones that is). lolGreat job
love the colors, reflections and composition. well done.
Thank you Shelby.
Please consider putting this into the 49er With Wheels group.Ground transportation vehicles built prior to and including 1949Your cohosts Cee and Chris