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Hey Ken Payne, and others too:)

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From: "Terry vonSeggern" tvsonline.net>
Subject: looking for info
Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2000 16:54:12 -0500


Fellow ford truck enthusiasts,

I am trying to figure out what year of a panel truck that I have. I bought it 25 years ago and just pulled it out from the trees to start working on it. This will be my first project. I have been told that it is either a 34 or a 35 Ford Panel. What kind of a book do I need to buy to find out what year it is. I have never seen one like it in a magazine anywhere. Maybe someone out there knows. It has 2 doors in the back. The spare tire is mounted on the passenger side behind the passenger door. I do not have the grill or the hood. This is about all that I am missing. This used to be a newspaper delivery truck. I have a Ford 75 year anniversary hardback book that has a 35 Panel in it and it looks just like it however someone told me that the 35 had a single door in the back. This has 2 doors. If someone could help me out I would appreciate it. I know what I have is rare and I cannot wait to get it restored.

Thanks in advance,

Terry vonSeggern
Fremont, NE


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Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2000 18:16:41 -0400
From: John net-link.net>
Subject: Re: looking for info

Try the Satndard Catalog of Trucks published by Krause Publications. ISBN:
0-87341-238-9 Should be a picture and some production data about it assuming it is a light truck.

Terry vonSeggern wrote:

> Fellow ford truck enthusiasts,
>
> I am trying to figure out what year of a panel truck that I have. I bought it 25 years ago and just pulled it out from the trees to start working on it. This will be my first project. I have been told that it is either a 34 or a 35 Ford Panel. What kind of a book do I need to buy to find out what year it is. I have never seen one like it in a magazine anywhere. Maybe someone out there knows. It has 2 doors in the back. The spare tire is mounted on the passenger side behind the passenger door. I do not have the grill or the hood. This is about all that I am missing. This used to be a newspaper delivery truck. I have a Ford 75 year anniversary hardback book that has a 35 Panel in it and it looks just like it however someone told me that the 35 had a single door in the back. This has 2 doors. If someone could help me out I would appreciate it. I know what I have is rare and I cannot wait to get it restored.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Terry vonSeggern
> Fremont, NE
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From: "John Lawson" surfsouth.com>
Subject: Re: looking for info
Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2000 18:15:53 -0400

I'm not an expert on this subject, but I think the sedan delivery had a
single door and the comercial panel had double doors for 1935. Also, I
believe the small panel delivery had steel 16 inch wheels in 35 and wire
wheels in 34.
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>
> Fellow ford truck enthusiasts,
>
> I am trying to figure out what year of a panel truck that I have. I bought
it 25 years ago and just pulled it out from the trees to start working on
it. This will be my first project. I have been told that it is either a 34
or a 35 Ford Panel. What kind of a book do I need to buy to find out what
year it is. I have never seen one like it in a magazine anywhere. Maybe
someone out there knows. It has 2 doors in the back. The spare tire is
mounted on the passenger side behind the passenger door. I do not have the
grill or the hood. This is about all that I am missing. This used to be a
newspaper delivery truck. I have a Ford 75 year anniversary hardback book
that has a 35 Panel in it and it looks just like it however someone told me
that the 35 had a single door in the back. This has 2 doors. If someone
could help me out I would appreciate it. I know what I have is rare and I
cannot wait to get it restored.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Terry vonSeggern
> Fremont, NE
>
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Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2000 19:45:37 -0400
From: Thomas Teixeira world.std.com>
Subject: Re: looking for info

At 06:15 PM 7/14/2000 -0400, John Lawson wrote:
>I'm not an expert on this subject, but I think the sedan delivery had a
>single door and the comercial panel had double doors for 1935. Also, I
>believe the small panel delivery had steel 16 inch wheels in 35 and wire
>wheels in 34.

I don't know, but would have thought that the sedan delivery and commercial
panel were just different bodies on the car frames and would use the same
wire wheels that 35 cars used.


Tom Teixeira mailto:tjt world.std.com
1935 Ford Pickup (flathead
V8) http://www.ford-trucks.com//lc/lc.php?action=do&link=http://world.std.com/~tjt



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Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2000 21:53:51 -0500
From: Chris/Jennifer Chambers usit.net>
Subject: Re: looking for info

Mr. Lawson is absolutely correct. Panel "trucks" were just that and based on the truck platform(also called panel vans, panel wagons, panel deliveries) and had double doors in the back. A "sedan delivery" was based on the car and has one large door that swung open from the side in the back.
Good luck on your restoration of the 34/35 panel. Don't give up no matter how tough it gets.
-Chris

Terry vonSeggern wrote:

> Fellow ford truck enthusiasts,
>
> I am trying to figure out what year of a panel truck that I have. I bought it 25 years ago and just pulled it out from the trees to start working on it. This will be my first project. I have been told that it is either a 34 or a 35 Ford Panel. What kind of a book do I need to buy to find out what year it is. I have never seen one like it in a magazine anywhere. Maybe someone out there knows. It has 2 doors in the back. The spare tire is mounted on the passenger side behind the passenger door. I do not have the grill or the hood. This is about all that I am missing. This used to be a newspaper delivery truck. I have a Ford 75 year anniversary hardback book that has a 35 Panel in it and it looks just like it however someone told me that the 35 had a single door in the back. This has 2 doors. If someone could help me out I would appreciate it. I know what I have is rare and I cannot wait to get it restored.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Terry vonSeggern
> Fremont, NE
>
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From: MBGNPI aol.com
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2000 23:28:19 EDT
Subject: Hey Ken Payne, and others too:)


Where is the least expensive place to shop for OEM Ford parts at? Newer
than the list serves, I need an ABS unit for my Explorer.

Thanks,

Mike

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