By on May 4, 2013

08 - Washington Island Farm Trucks - Picture courtesy of Murilee MartinI was born in Minnesota, my wife is from Wisconsin, and I have a job that ships me to the Upper Midwest several times per year. For all these reasons, I find myself in Door County every summer, eating cheese curds, drinking Spotted Cow, and going to vintage tractor shows. Last year, on my way to becoming a card-carrying Bitters Club member on Washington Island, I spotted these old General Motors survivors sitting in a field.
02 - Washington Island Farm Trucks - Picture courtesy of Murilee MartinLooks like a couple of early postwar Chevy pickups and a GMC COE winch truck from the same era.
03 - Washington Island Farm Trucks - Picture courtesy of Murilee MartinThey’re not terribly rusty (for Wisconsin), which suggests that someone still cares for them.
09 - Washington Island Farm Trucks - Picture courtesy of Murilee MartinAnd why not? A farm truck is still useful, whether it’s five years old or 65.

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