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Southbound With a Load of Cars - Clothed Version
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Driving that Truck - with Audio - Clothed Version

Driving that Truck - with Audio - Furclad Version
As Sheldon Wolf makes a delivery run of 1960 Plymouth automobiles, the truck's radio plays Gone Train, by The Champs.

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The Bad Curve [Page 4] by moyomongoose

Southbound With a Load of Cars - Clothed Version [Page 2] by moyomongoose

It is July 23rd, 1960, and Sheldon Wolf is delivering a load of new cars in route to New Mexico...as the classic Mack bulldog hood ornament leads the way.
The front of the rack that carries a car over the semi tractor is lit up by the headlights.
This is a dangerous curve between Denver and Antonito, which is well known as to the animals who travel this route...Many of the truck drivers refer to that curve as "Carnage Curve".
As you can see on the speedometer, 40 mph is as fast as anyone with good common sense would take that curve.
Where Sheldon Wolf is shown driving in the drawing, if Sheldon was to stop the truck, and you were to open the passenger's door and step out, you would step out over a sheer drop of several hundred feet straight down.

In this pic is that same curve during daylight hours...As can be seen, there is no room for mistakes doing anything stupid.

The Bad Curve [Page 3] by moyomongoose

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Southbound With a Load of Cars - Clothed Version by moyomongoose

By the time Sheldon had arrived to Carnage Curve and had slowed down to 40 mph rounding that dangerous curve, that jazzy song playing on the radio was Gone Train, by The Champs.
(I usually link Youtube song videos in triples, being that Youtube often kills videos)

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Type: Music - Single Track
Published: 2 weeks ago
Rating: General

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2 weeks ago
hehe this was really cool it really brings your world to life
1 week, 6 days ago
I thought the same thing myself.    :-)
1 week, 6 days ago
hehe yup
1 week, 6 days ago
I made the sound of the diesel truck engine by tying a small cardboard box to a fan, turning the fan on low, then holding a recorder inside the box.
The music depicted being on the truck's radio was from a 2nd recorder placed inside the box.
1 week, 6 days ago
wow now that's really innovated and claver as well
1 week, 5 days ago
Nicely done. :)
1 week ago
Kinda looks like a  B-61 mack, and car hauling, you can have it, I did a lot of driving, lots of different cargo,  never could get used to having a car parked above me tho,

Really good job tho, brings back some fond memories, many nights of radio and the roar of tires gears and engine
1 week ago
Thank you.

Ole Sheldon Wolf is one of those "rough -n- tumble" truck drivers.
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