dam she's beautiful

Discussion in 'Western Star' started by krelithous, Feb 28, 2017.

  1. dchawk81

    dchawk81 Well-Known Member

    Aren't or weren't Western Stars basically mutts made from parts from various manufacturers? And I don't mean Meritor for air and Cummins for motors. I mean steering wheels from one company and dashes from another to the point of being obvious?
  2. ironpony

    ironpony Well-Known Member Supporter

    That was back before they became a Cascadia knock-off.
  3. krelithous

    krelithous Prius hater Supporter

    what there made from fart car parts:eek:
  4. krelithous

    krelithous Prius hater Supporter

    a fancy one at that;)
  5. krelithous

    krelithous Prius hater Supporter

    hell all manufactures do that today:D. the ****s built so cheaply these days you can pull the dents out yourself:D
  6. dchawk81

    dchawk81 Well-Known Member

    Or it's plastic and doesn't dent in the first place.
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  7. Sinister

    Sinister Smartass Emeritus Supporter

  8. Sinister

    Sinister Smartass Emeritus Supporter

    @AK7 knows a bit about Star Cars.
  9. dchawk81

    dchawk81 Well-Known Member

    Coulda swore they were. Is there another brand that was doing that?
  10. AK7

    AK7 Well-Known Member

    Maybe your thinking of Marmon??
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  11. dchawk81

    dchawk81 Well-Known Member

    Maybe. I dunno.

    But they reminded me of the International Scout in that they looked a little Dodge, a little Ford, etc.
  12. rigjockey

    rigjockey Token Canadian.

    Yeah, Marmon was like the AMC of trucks
  13. Injun

    Injun Rabid Squaw Staff Member Supporter

    Western Star started as White in BC. And they're built in Portland, OR now.

    I used to maintain and operate a Western State fire truck, but no idea whether it's related.

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