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Features The '40/41 Pickup

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Ryan, May 25, 2016.

  1. manyolcars
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    Only in my fantasy will my 40 look as good as this one
     
  2. Baron
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    1940 ford truck 034.JPG 40 PU - blk primer - 4 - At LARS.jpg
     
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  3. Baron
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  5. Solospeedshop
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    Sittin @ Solo Speed Shop! 68K orig miles! Old Man Original! Tks Bill DSC05134.JPG DSC05139.JPG DSC05144.JPG DSC05017.JPG
     
  6. manyolcars
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    manyolcars

    I like the filler panel they added under the tailgate
     
  7. madfish
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  8. Well, I stepped off in to the deep end and cured my lust for one of these trucks. Traded my A pickup to 41FordVert for this little cupcake.
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  9. Moon Hank
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    Both Mooneyes USA and Mooneyes Sweden is building -40 pickups ! :)
    Chicos is chopped and has a shortened bed, while ours is stock body.
    Last one to finnish buys the beer ;)
     

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  10. Moon Hank
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    Coooool :)
     
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  11. Mark It Zero
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    My shop truck I jabbed through Pendine Sands @ 71:97 you just can't beat a 40-41 for looks or style
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  12. Ryan
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  14. Rustygt
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    Mine , small block, t-350, I wanted a 302 Fin a F, but was not to be. Have taken off the peep mirrors, mo better P1010005 (2).JPG P1010005 (2).JPG
     
  15. Rustygt
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    Roll pan okay, had frenched 39's okay , I was thinking exhaust on each side of plate with donuts around them. But too close to gas tank. P1010015.JPG
     
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  16. bryanyeskie
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    Ugh I should have never gotten rid of mine
     
  17. Solospeedshop
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    Got the plates in for the 41 PU Old Other plates were on my 55 thought these fit the truck! DSC05468.JPG DSC05469.JPG
     
  18. rod1
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  19. Ryan
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    I'm still kind of passively looking...


    Sent from my iPhone using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
  20. Gary Addcox
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    I heard that '40 thru '47 Ford cabs are the same. From a California boy who has built several '40-'41 Ford trucks.
     
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  22. Gary Addcox
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    Now that is what I call a "love affair"! Parking your coupe in your office.
     
  23. Gary Addcox
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    Well stated, Rustygt. WELL STATED ! ! ! It is this kind of splitting-hair bullshit the HAMB doesn't need.
     
  24. Gary Addcox
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    I've commented in the past about your '36-'40, but it deserves another "attaboy". Appears to be a vehicle that Edsel had a hand in building. He was truly a great designer, dying too early in 1941.
     
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  25. Gary Addcox
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    Holy crap, metalman. I can't figure why YOU didn't A/C it before you sold it. Reno is another Yuma is another San Antonio.
     
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  26. Gary Addcox
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    Hopefully Stella Artois.
     
  27. Phillips
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  28. Hamtown Al
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    Gary, since you like the 36 Fordy so much; here's shot of the revised stance I just completed.
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    Here's the before... going the other way!
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    1.5" in rear; not sure about the front but is a bunch to me!
     
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  29. Hamtown Al
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    BTW, I sold essentially ALL of my 40-41 Ford pickup stuff to a fella in Indiana this past weekend.
    6 great doors and several with bad bottoms but loaded with regulators and complete latch mechanisms.
    Bunch of great windshield mouldings as well.
    I think there were a total of 15 fenders; including 3 rears that were pretty good.
    Also one really great hood.
    Too many people were starting to call me a hoarder!!! I sort of WAS!!
    I feel somewhat naked.
    Only have a 40 chassis, cab with solid floor but needing other usual repairs, and a title.
    Now have more room to get to work on finishing the 36 cabriolet project.
     

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