pre48-list-digest Monday, February 1 1999 Volume 02 : Number 005



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Re: FTE Pre48 - 1935 Ford Truck
Re: FTE Pre48 - 40-47 1/2 ton rear fenders

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Date: Sun, 31 Jan 1999 17:21:22 -0600
From: Don Lewis
Subject: Re: FTE Pre48 - 1935 Ford Truck

From: "Joseph Jolley"
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Subject: FTE Pre48 - 1935 Ford Truck
Date sent: Thu, 28 Jan 1999 11:59:58 PST
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> I have recently become an owner of a 1935 Ford Truck. In has not been
> driven in over 15 years, and sparingly in the last 50 years. It ran when
> it was put away 15 years ago but who knows now. Is has always been an
> Arizona car so the body is rust free. My question is, about how much is
> it worth and what can you do with a truck this old?
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As additional resources to check prices you might try
www.classic truckshop. com which has classifieds and price guides
or www.classicpickups.com. There are quite a few other classified
sites that will come up if you put '1935 ford pickup' in a search
engine. It's true that anything is only worth what someone else will
pay for it but it's helpful to at least have an idea of what the ranges
are. Good luck.

Don Lewis
'46 Ford 1/2 ton
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Date: Sun, 31 Jan 1999 18:02:16 -0600
From: Don Lewis
Subject: Re: FTE Pre48 - 40-47 1/2 ton rear fenders

Date sent: Fri, 29 Jan 1999 08:33:57 -0600
From: Larry Young
Subject: FTE Pre48 - 40-47 1/2 ton rear fenders
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> I need some rear fenders for 40-41 1/2 ton pickup, but they are hard to
> find. I think it will be easier to find some for the 42-47. Does anyone
> know the difference between 40-41 1/2 ton pickup rear fenders and those on
> the 42-47? I know there is no gas filler hole on the 42-47. I also
> believe the side panels on the pickup beds are identical. Is there a
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Yeh, the fenders sure look alike. They might work. The 40-47 cabs
are the same and the sides of the box are the same but the 42-47
box is 3" wider. I don't have a 40-41 to compare to my 46 but if it'll
help, the rear fenders on the 46 are 55 1/2 " long, 12 1/4 " from
outside lip to the box wall and is attached with 7 bolts. There is a
bowed brace from the box to the outside bottom edge of the fender.
Hope this helps. Of course, the other option is fiberglass from
someone like Wescott's.
Don Lewis
'46 Ford 1/2 ton
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