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pre48-list Digest Sun, 02 Apr 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 014

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One ton trucks

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Date: Sun, 02 Apr 2000 16:52:17 -0500
From: Chris/Jennifer Chambers usit.net>
Subject: One ton trucks

Hey guys,
It has been awhile since I have written anything on the list. I have
traded my 39 Pickup for a 60 panel truck that I am building for the sign
business I own. I also sold the 40 panel truck I was working on but I
have another one found and would still like to build a 40 in a few
years. The main reason I am writing is because I was just out riding
around and found 4 old Ford trucks that I thought someone might be
interested in. They are all lined up together facing the road and are
probably for sale. They are all one tons or larger. One is a 46 with a
fire truck bed on it, one is a 48 without a bed, one is a 48 cabover and
one is a 53?, it has the flat windshield. I thought if anyone might be
interested I could check on them. They are probably reasonably priced
if not cheap judging by this area of the country. Anyway, I thought
maybe this would help someone out with their project or maybe get them
started on a new project. As for me, I am concentrating on getting the
house finished, my 60 panel truck finished and have just recently bought
a couple of Mustangs that should keep me busy for a while.
-Chris Chambers


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