Day Radebaugh's 1949 Diamond T pickup truck proves that a vintage working truck could be stylish as well as functional. Only about 7,000 of this model were built from 1938-49.
Day Radebaugh's 1949 Diamond T pickup truck proves that a vintage working truck could be stylish as well as functional. Only about 7,000 of this model were built from 1938-49. The Wichita Eagle
Day Radebaugh's 1949 Diamond T pickup truck proves that a vintage working truck could be stylish as well as functional. Only about 7,000 of this model were built from 1938-49. The Wichita Eagle

A Diamond T dream come true

December 14, 2013 12:00 AM

UPDATED December 14, 2013 06:39 AM

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