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History As They Were...

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Ryan, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. BoogittyShoe
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  2. rbantique
    Joined: Jun 12, 2008
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    rbantique
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    from maine

    lv 3.jpg lv 1.jpg lv 2.jpg lv 4_edited-2.jpg cf 1a.jpg pcg 7_edited-1.jpg pcg 6_edited-1.jpg pcg 5.jpg pcg 4.jpg pcg 1.jpg hrp 6_edited-7.jpg
     
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  3. SR100
    Joined: Nov 26, 2013
    Posts: 785

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    Farmer with 1913 model Ford on main street of Sisseton, South Dakota, 1939.jpg
    Farmer with 1913 Model T Ford on main street of Sisseton, South Dakota, 1939.
     
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  4. gnichols
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    Looks like nearly all the sheet metal was replaced. Possibly the frame, too? Press on regardless.
     
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  5. SR100
    Joined: Nov 26, 2013
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    As best as I can tell, it has a stock chassis, but has a full-length wooden splash panel added. We can't see the firewall, which was a flat wood piece originally. The only factory body parts visible are the hangers for the fenders and running board. Even the radiator looks newer. Hope he never had a backfire...
     
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