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  1. Two interesting finds that made me think of @JR 500系 🙂 First, one bus towing another. As the one and only comment on the video says, never saw that before. What was meant to be a simple Google Map inquiry became a minor cartological rabbit hole, I believe the camera man is just about standing on the border between the cities of Osakasayama and Tondabayashi. https://www.google.com/maps/@34.4990868,135.5602266,21z?hl=en Next, down on Aichi's Chita peninsula, there's apparently an organization called the Aomi Truck and Bus Preservation Society. They have a twitter account here https://twitter.com/aomitruckbusps with some pics of a sweet looking Toyota dump truck, and this beast, a Hino RE121. Actually there was another video of them driving it around which has mysteriously disappeared. Hmmm. I believe these are from the very early 80s but I'm not sure, maybe JR 500 can fill us in 🙂
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