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  1. 41rodderz
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  3. 41rodderz
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    There has been a few '59 , '60 Ford's for sale locally that might have been intriguing.
     
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  4. 20190228_141233.jpg This is the beginning of my kustom shop truck. It'll have dummy spots, kickstand lake pipes, '58 Ford taillights, frenched antennas, tonneau cover and obligatory door lettering.
     
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    Those trucks are growing on me. Not the biggest Ford fan but I am changing. :D
     
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    IMG_4008.JPG IMG_4006.JPG My pickup bringing the nailhead home for my 32 cabriolet.
     
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    My workhorse, Gotta love a good truck
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  10. 41rodderz
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    Was 1948 For GM as well as Ford a more stout frame then pre 1948 ? Material thickness as well as the side wall of frame or should i get a towel because I am all wet ?:D Seriously ?
     
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    Fords used the same basic frame design from '42-'52.
     
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    88252F1A-52C7-40A1-BE72-0ADC9ED73EB5.jpeg 3BB943ED-4B70-4B19-9BA4-367490C336A2.jpeg Picking up my “new to me” trailer yesterday and hauling some furniture a few weeks ago. I love using an old truck to do truck stuff. It just feels right.
     
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    I saw this "Bonneville Speedway Service Vehicle" at a local cruise in over the weekend. LS powered but I'd drive it.
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    That's neat. Cool to tow a vintage race car with.
     
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    Agreed. Nice to have something different at the stoplight.
     
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    Here ya go.
     
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  18. 41rodderz
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    The more I look at this pic the more it is intrigues me.
     
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    Credit to whoever photographed the ladies ...errrr I mean these fine trucks .
     
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  26. My current "waiting it's turn" project which will definitely be user friendly as a shop truck

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    I have hauled stuff in my 41 but it doesn't hold much with fuel cell and battery in the back

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    This neat 62 dodge showed up last night to buy some parts

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  28. 41rodderz
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    That is a sweet Dodge. I need something that is going to get scratched up. At least the bed. Now I regret selling about 3 of my former pick ups . I had a 1959 Chevy original 64,111 mile truck.es ex school board maintenance
    truck, a 1941 International short bed and a 1931 Ford pick up hot rod....
     
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  29. It had a leaning tower of power in it, 3 spd on the column, California truck and was solid.
     
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