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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ezekiel, Dec 5, 2006.

  1. ezekiel
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  2. junkyard junky
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    pic 1 is 28 or 29.

    pic 3 48-52 ?? somewhere around there.

    pic4 39-40 or 41
     
  3. chaddilac
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    pic 2... Rambler wagon
    pic 3... 48 or so Ford
    pic 4... 46 or so ford
     
  4. Gotgas
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    1 - '28-29 Model A Ford Tudor
    2 - '56ish Nash station wagon

    3, 4 on second look I'm not sure...
     

  5. chaddilac
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    Seriously if you don't know this, the only reason you should be on here is to learn and you need to stay in the background...
     
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  6. Lucky Burton
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    Whats up you ass? That is why he asked for help, Because he wants to learn.....
     
  7. HotRod55
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    Chaddilac I think YOU are the one who needs to stay in the back ground.
     
  8. chaddilac
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    Dang fellas... it was just a joke! no big deal...
     
  9. squirrel
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    nothin wrong with asking kind of easy questions, as long as we get to see some old tin in the deal :)

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    here are the pics without having to click a link....just a touch of magic that us old timers know how to do
     
  10. chaddilac
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  11. ol'skool29
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    go back and tell "walt gabe" he better watch that sedan or i'm gonna go take it!
     
  12. RodLand
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    Pic #3 is 51 or 52 Ford. Looking at the dash.
     
  13. joeycarpunk
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    from MN,USA

    Yep.
     
  14. tommy
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    28-29 Model A

    57 Rambler

    48-52 F-1 Ford

    41 Ford truck 3/4 ton or more 1/2 ton same as 40...almost:D
     
  15. ezekiel
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    I thought someone might be interested in that oldie. Good luck finding it. Only me and Walt Gabe know where it is ;)

    I know that it's been sitting there for over 26 years. I used to stare at it while I rode the school bus every morning for three years.

    I remember that it used to have a sign on the side of it that said "EXPO'67 or BUST".
     
  16. RodLand
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    And where was it you said you went to school?
     
  17. poncho62
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    #3...51-52 Ford
    #4....46-47 Ford
    #2...57-58 Rambler
     
  18. ezekiel
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    Sorry, if I told you then I'd have to tell everyone else and then there would be this incredible pileup on the highway close to Walt Gabe's place. Think of what Walt would think. :D
     
  19. Yo Baby
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    What he said.LOL
    You're not exactly a rocket scientist your ownself.:rolleyes:

    1-31 Chev?I really don't think it's an A the Grille Shell is too round on top.
    2-61-2 RAMBLER
    3-49+ FORD
    4-47 FORD
    Looks like you were at the very least freezin' your ass off out there.:eek:
    Hope it was fun.;)
     
  20. AstroZombie
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    whats all that white sh!t all over the cars??!!!!! snow?! seriously, if that "A" has been there that long someone needs to save it, actually i'll have a trailer ready in a few minutes! got a few good finds there, good luck if you're lookin to pick one up.
     
  21. ford4chevy
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    who cares they are all pos fords or amc
     
  22. RodLand
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    I think #4 is a 38 ford pu. Look closer, it is not a 40 or a 42-46. Head lite on fender,has hood sides, Grill looks homemade.
     
  23. Yo Baby
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    Good eye for detail,although I'd have a hard time going with 38 Ford,sooo.....
    On further reveiw I wish to revise my entry on #4.I haven't got a clue.LOL
     
  24. squirrel
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    did anyone else notice #4 has a bit of dump truck action going on with the bed?
     
  25. tommy
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    This is a 40 or 41 3/4 ton or heavier truck. The 42 up trucks had the H/Ls in the fender not on it. We all know what a 40 or 41 1/2 ton looks like.
     
  26. HOT40ROD
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    #3 The large rear window and two round holes for the gauges in the dash make it a 1950 - 52 Ford truck

    #4 Is a 1940 -41 3/4 ton Ford truck. The 3/4 tons had the headlights mounted on top of the fenders.
     
  27. 3 is a 51 or 52 , large rear window and dashe setup
     
  28. #109 is a road in the country.
     
  29. ezekiel
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    Here's a couple more shots of that big old Ford pickup. Maybe it will help identify what size it is.

    Notice the split rim? It's gotta be at least a 3/4 ton.

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    It has a flathead.

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    And maybe a 4speed.

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    Here's the tailgate script.
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    And here's the rearend view.

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    Enjoy the pics.
     
  30. tommy
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    This is listed as a 1941 Ford express 1 ton in the picture caption. My truck book says it should have 122" WB compared to the 112" 1/2 ton WB

    It looks to me like the bed is just unbolted from the frame.
     

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