Apple truck is final PA Roadside Giant

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The fifth and final project in the “Roadside Giants of the Lincoln Highway” series is an antique truck celebrating farming heritage. Designed by the Franklin County Career & Technology Center students in Chambersburg, the 1920 Selden Apple Truck replica truck is fully dimensional and features a steering column and bench seat plus wheels that spin. The 11-foot tall, 2-ton antique truck  is located at Shatzer’s Fruit Market along U.S. 30 heading east. A dedication was held Tuesday, June 9, 2009.

The hood sign reads “Lincoln Highway Fruit Growers Serving Franklin County Since 1907.”

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Read more in the Chambersburg Public Opinion HERE.

And read about other Roadside Giants across the U.S. in Roadside Giants the book, available from Amazon by clicking HERE.

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