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Re: ADMIN: New free service from FTE, web based email!!!
48 truck manual
Re: 48 truck manual
Re: Father/Son Project
Elbow for oil line
Updated 48 to 52 web page
Re: vacumm
Ford trucks on TV
Re: Ford trucks on TV
Battery Tray for 50 F1 239 cu in
Re: Battery Tray for 50 F1 239 cu in
total performance
Re: 48 truck manual
Re: Battery Tray for 50 F1 239 cu in
webb site !!!
Re: Battery Tray for 50 F1 239 cu in
57 - 60's
Re: Elbow for oil line
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From: "Lindsay" earthlink.net>
Subject: 48 truck manual
Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 08:36:08 -0600

Hello,
I recently purchased a 48 ford 1 ton. But it is in peices. Are there any
manuals that show where each peice is supposed to go.
Thanks,
Roy


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From: "Howard H. Tarnoff" qnci.net>
Subject: Re: 48 truck manual
Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 09:46:39 -0500

Roy,

If you have Hemmings look under books and literature. I have also picked up
some great items on eBay under MISC:AUTOMOTIVE:COLLECTOR VEHICLES, not under
automotive.

Good luck,
Howard
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> manuals that show where each peice is supposed to go.
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From: HDMel95 aol.com
Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 10:39:20 EST
Subject: Re: Father/Son Project


In a message dated 3/2/2000 10:32:35 PM, you wrote:

< volcano.net>
Subject: Re: Hot rodding a '51
Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 19:10:42 -0800

Charles;

Speaking as a dad (with grown offspring), and a life-long gearhead who loves
his Fords and Chevys (and BMWs) equally, I'd suggest that you keep doing
what you have been doing which, judging by your posts, is to continue to
treat your youngster with respect. While his opinion about the best engine
for his F-1 may not quite fit with yours, be proud that he does have an
opinion--and some ideas about how he wants his truck to be. There are far
worse choices in life than putting a Chevy V8 in your Ford truck.>>

Mike, I just couldn't have said it any better. With all the other "Projects"
our youth is active in these days, such as joy sticks in front of computers
and gang banging, building a street rod with your son with your guidance and
his vision and elbow grease is far better than arguing over which engine to
use. My father, in the sixties, wanted me to keep my 40 Ford completely
stock and felt hot rodding was stupid. So I built it mostly by myself. Not
a father son project. I'm sure he wishes he would have participated in the
project today (he's gone) I know I do.
And lastly, no matter what path you take, building anything and saving any
old classic vehicle is better than what the environmentalist want to do with
them. You know, crush them for gas guzzling and tax credits. A tear comes
to my eye every time I see those flattened out classic beauties being shipped
away to become new "whatevers."

Mel
53 f100
34 5w
34 Roadster
70 El Camino


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From: rturner SPP.ORG
Subject: Elbow for oil line
Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 09:48:17 -0600

Does any one know where I can get a replacement elbow fitting for a 1950
F1 239 cu in flatty. The elbow attaches to the block, left rear side of
the engine near the oil pressure sending unit, and feeds the line that
goes to the oil inlet on the oil filter.

Randy
50 F1 Ford Pickup

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Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2000 09:14:03 -0700
From: Randall Colgan telusplanet.net>
Subject: Updated 48 to 52 web page

Just a note to the newbys that I have my page up and running again and is
especially helpful for the 48 to 52 F1 croud. Check out some of my links too.
http:\www.ford-trucks.com/trueblue


Randall Colgan
St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
1952 Ford F-1 pickup
http://www.ford-trucks.com/trueblue/

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Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 09:00:00 -0800 (PST)
From: Dan Lee yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: vacumm

shawn,

That was a great buy. You can plug the vacuum wipers
into any 'manifold' vacuum port. However I would
recommend converting electric wipers. You can get a
kit from Mid-fifties 1-800-252-1956.

Dan Lee
'53 F100
400C-4V


>From: "shawn" home.com>
>Subject: vacumm
>Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2000 02:55:56 -0800


>I just bought a 54 F100 recently, ready to run, and
>sold my other 54 body frame etc. Unfortunately
>i have discovered the one i just purchased has vacumm
>wipers :( that were unplugged. Were is the best
>place to install the vacumm hose on the engine. I am
>running a 372 with a 750 Holley, and manifold.

>Also is there a reasonably inexpensive way to convert
>this over to 12 volt electric wipers. the truck is
>rewired to 12 volts now.

>btw fella's, i bought this truck for a song. its one
>of those deals were mom paid all the bills for the
son >to get it done and he ran into trouble and she
wanted >whatever money she could get out of it asap,
Black >1954 F100 (super straight) new Ta's and mags,
new 327, >and new turbo 400 with a shift kit, all new
brakes, >new chromed grill and bumbers, new running
boards, >hooker headers, isky cam, its quite lumpy :)
new B&M >Star Shifter. all it needs is a lowering job,
and new >wood in the box, and also a front windsheild
as it has >a rock chip on the drivers side (of coarse
it has to >be that side) I offered 3400.00 cash on the
table >right now, and she took it. so i ended up
selling my >project f100 which needed everything, the
difference >in cost out of my pocket was 400.00 after
buying and >selling. this is my first f100 that i can
actually >DRIVE. i hope to get another as well that is
restored >to original as my wife likes the old farm
truck look >better than a rod.
>Cheers! any help on the wipers would be gratefull.
>Thankyou.


Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2000 02:55:56 -0800


I just bought a 54 F100 recently,
ready to run, and sold my other 54
body frame etc. Unfortunately
i have discovered the one i just
purchased has vacumm wipers :( that
were unplugged. Were is the best
place to install the vacumm hose on
the engine. I am running a 372 with a
750 Holley, and manifold.

Also is there a reasonably inexpensive
way to convert this over to 12
volt electric wipers. the truck is
rewired to 12 volts now.

btw fella's, i bought this truck for a
song. its one of those deals
were mom paid all the bills for the
son to get it done and he ran into
trouble and she wanted whatever money
she could get out of it
asap, Black 1954 F100 (super straight)
new Ta's and mags, new 327, and
new turbo 400 with a shift kit, all
new brakes, new chromed grill and
bumbers, new running boards, hooker
headers, isky cam, its quite lumpy
:) new B&M Star Shifter. all it needs
is a lowering job, and new wood
in the box, and also a front
windsheild as it has a rock chip on the
drivers side (of coarse it has to be
that side)
I offered 3400.00 cash on the table
right now, and she took it. so i
ended up selling my project f100
which needed everything, the
difference in cost out of my pocket was
400.00 after buying and selling. this
is my first f100 that i can
actually DRIVE. i hope to get another
as well that is restored to
original as my wife likes the old farm
truck look better than a rod.

Cheers! any help on the wipers
would be gratefull. Thankyou.



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> In This Issue:
> Re: radiator for 1958 F100
> Re: radiator for 1958 F100
> Re: radiator for 1958 F4
> power assist steering
> Are we visible yet?
> 53 Panel Model
> Re: Are we visible yet?
> '58 Radiator
> Re: The Forge!!
> 49 Tranny
> Re: Hot rodding a '51
> Re: 58 radiator
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> Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 15:50:10 -0800 (PST)
> From: Ed Ellston yahoo.com>
> Subject: Re: radiator for 1958 F100
>
> Laura:
>
> Have you checked with a local radiator repair shop.
> I've had radiators rebuild at a local radiator shop
> at
> a reasonable price. If you plan to drive the truck
> every day, I would suggest you have it rebuilt.
>
> Ed and the effie.
>
> --- Laura Nelson gsbs3.gs.uth.tmc.edu>
> wrote:
> > Dear Truckers,
> >
> > I'm pretty sure I need a new radiator for my 1958
> > F100 with 292
> > engine. It's been losing alot of coolant lately
> > (more than a gallon a day)
> > and steam was almost pouring out the front last
> > night even after I'd
> > turned off the engine. I've been looking and
> can't
> > find one here in town
> > where I live, Houston. Found one at Sacramento
> > Ford, but it's pretty
> > expensive. I have a shop manual, but no clue if
> > there are other vehicle's
> > radiators that could be an adequate substitute.
> Any
> > ideas? Thanks so much.
> >
> > Laura Nelson
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> From: NACatin aol.com
> Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 19:17:34 EST
> Subject: Re: radiator for 1958 F100
>
> Write to Jay in CT he has a radiator that MIGHT fit
> your application. He is
> very reasonable and a nice guy as well. Please tell
> him I sent you, I've
> bought a fair amount of great parts from him. He is
> jgienty ntplx.net. If
> he cant help try Barry CLUSSY 38. He is equally
> reasonable and available
> to help.
>
> Good luck,
>
> Nick
>
> ------------------------------
>
> From: NACatin aol.com
> Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 19:28:20 EST
> Subject: Re: radiator for 1958 F4
>
> My 52' F4 w/ 58,292 has a very creative radiator and
> fan marriage. The fan
> is braced to the radiator w/ angle iron (don't ask)
> and is wired off the
> coil. It turns on when the ignition key is turned.
> I have the pulley on the
> water pump/engine where it belongs. I am looking
> for a fan and may have
> found one (thru this terrific grapevine) to a
> restore to sort of original
> condition. Heres the rub, the original engine sat
> higher and therefor so did
> the fan. If I put the fan back on the pulley it
> will be below dead center of
> the radiator. Does this matter re; the heat
> transfer requirement off the
> rad? Whew, it took a while to get out. Thanks for
> taking the time to read
> this essay.
>
> Nick
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 17:23:04 -0800
> From: Ken Toop fnord.nwinfo.net>
> Subject: power assist steering
>
> Who is selling the power assist steering setups for
> '57-'60 F-100's? I
> have a catalog from Bob's F-100 Parts, but it's kind
> of old and hard to
> figure out what some of the listings are for.
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 17:39:32 -0800
> From: Ken Toop fnord.nwinfo.net>
> Subject: Are we visible yet?
>
> I notice that some of the truck magazines are
> starting to run a few
> pictures of '57 to '60 F-100's (Well, at least '59
> and '60's.) The April
> Custom Classic Trucks has a tiny photo of each of
> the latter two. Clearly
> not enough coverage of my favorite years to convince
> me to keep my
> subscription though.
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2000 20:54:59 -0500
> From: Paul cfw.com>
> Subject: 53 Panel Model
>
> For you panel maniacs who have seen those metal
> pickup models and wish
> there were a panel version:
>
> My son bought me a 1/18 (about 11 inches long) scale
> panel model; it is
> a white 53 decked out as a Pepsi Cola "1953 F-100
> Delivery Van". I am
> not a big model fan, but it is neat. The
> hood/doors/rear doors open;
> the 2 front seat backs tilt forward; the steering
> works, and the
> driveshaft spins when you move the rear wheels. I
> just opened it, so I
> haven't discovered anything else.
>
> It is reasonably accurate in detail, with some cool
> things like a spare
>
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Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2000 12:48:28 -0500
From: Abe Stauffer oak.kcsd.k12.pa.us>
Subject: Ford trucks on TV

There was a discussion a while back on old Fords on old TV shows. Here
are two more that I have noticed lately.
On M*A*S*H the old bus they haul the wounded in, the one that the gang
was stranded in the boondocks with and they spent the night on the bus
until a Korean got it started, is a '54 six cyl. Check out the grille!!
This however is not historically correct since the fighting in Korea
stopped on July 27, 1953.
On an old rerun of Andy Griffith I saw on TV Land recently Gomer is
running around in a '56 small window custom cab F-100 with the rear
fender dimple for the spare (minus the spare.) Barney pulled him over
for making a U-turn and the truck is on camera quite a bit! It looks
good.
Any others that you Ford lovers have seen?
Surviving a boring winter looking forward to spring, Abe '54 F-100

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Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2000 10:56:23 -0700
From: "Kitchen, Ken" lmco.com>
Subject: Re: Ford trucks on TV

Yeah, the Mash one at least is close. At least the body style had be
designed and released. On Hogan's Hero's the Germans are driving a 48 or 49
F1 on a number of episodes.

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From: Abe Stauffer [SMTP:astauffe oak.kcsd.k12.pa.us]
Sent: Friday, March 03, 2000 10:48 AM
To: pre61-list ford-trucks.com
Subject: [pre61-list] Ford trucks on TV

There was a discussion a while back on old Fords on old TV shows.
Here
are two more that I have noticed lately.
On M*A*S*H the old bus they haul the wounded in, the one
that the gang
was stranded in the boondocks with and they spent the night on the
bus
until a Korean got it started, is a '54 six cyl. Check out the
grille!!
This however is not historically correct since the fighting in Korea
stopped on July 27, 1953.
On an old rerun of Andy Griffith I saw on TV Land recently
Gomer is
running around in a '56 small window custom cab F-100 with the rear
fender dimple for the spare (minus the spare.) Barney pulled him
over
for making a U-turn and the truck is on camera quite a bit! It looks
good.
Any others that you Ford lovers have seen?
Surviving a boring winter looking forward to spring, Abe '54
F-100
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From: rturner SPP.ORG
Subject: Battery Tray for 50 F1 239 cu in
Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 13:35:42 -0600

I have not been able to locate a replacement battery tray for a 1950 F1
Ford Pickup, 239 cu in motor. The brackets that mount to the frame and
hold the battery tray are in good shape but the tray has been eaten up
by battery acid. Anyone have a source an idea on replacing the tray?

Randy
50 F1 Ford

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Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 12:28:59 -0800 (PST)
From: Ed Ellston yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Battery Tray for 50 F1 239 cu in

Mac's and Sacramento Vintage Ford have battery trays
for 53 thru 56 trucks. Perhaps you could modify
something from their catalogs. It's funny that no one
has battery trays for the 48 thru 52 F-1's.

--- rturner SPP.ORG wrote:
> I have not been able to locate a replacement battery
> tray for a 1950 F1
> Ford Pickup, 239 cu in motor. The brackets that
> mount to the frame and
> hold the battery tray are in good shape but the tray
> has been eaten up
> by battery acid. Anyone have a source an idea on
> replacing the tray?
>
> Randy
> 50 F1 Ford
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From: jniolon uss.com
Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2000 15:16:01 -0600
Subject: total performance



found a reference in Hot Rod to a company called Total Performance that
does some 460 cu in work... they listed a phone number, but there is no
answer. There are several "Total Performance" listings on the net but they
are for T-buckets and motorcycles....

Anyone got an phone number or contact for this company ??? Sleddog, you
should know these guys by first name ???

TIA

john



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Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2000 16:27:25 -0500
From: Gary Tkaczyk portone.com>
Subject: Re: 48 truck manual

Roy,
Joblot Automotive lists 2 parts manuals, one illustrations, one text, for
1948/56 Ford trucks. Their number is 717-468-8585. Good luck.
Gary



> Hello,
> I recently purchased a 48 ford 1 ton. But it is in peices. Are there any
> manuals that show where each peice is supposed to go.
> Thanks,
> Roy
>
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Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 13:34:51 -0800 (PST)
From: Scott yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Battery Tray for 50 F1 239 cu in

We used a bat tray from a 80's GM because you don't need to have the
hold downs over the battery. The GM one just has a little clamp that
goes in a notch on the battery. Just an idea.
Scott
52 F1

--- Ed Ellston yahoo.com> wrote:
> Mac's and Sacramento Vintage Ford have battery trays
> for 53 thru 56 trucks. Perhaps you could modify
> something from their catalogs. It's funny that no one
> has battery trays for the 48 thru 52 F-1's.
>
> --- rturner SPP.ORG wrote:
> > I have not been able to locate a replacement battery
> > tray for a 1950 F1
> > Ford Pickup, 239 cu in motor. The brackets that
> > mount to the frame and
> > hold the battery tray are in good shape but the tray
> > has been eaten up
> > by battery acid. Anyone have a source an idea on
> > replacing the tray?
> >
> > Randy
> > 50 F1 Ford
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From: ppowers01 att.net
Subject: webb site !!!
Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2000 23:47:44 +0000

There was someone who listed their own webb site for
1950 model F-1's about 2-3 weeks ago did anyone happen
to save that address. I accidently deleted mine but the
site was very interesting with the history and all the
pictures. I would also like to get the phone # to EZ
wiring that someone says is real good and cheap.

Thanks
Pete Powers

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Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2000 20:00:39 +0000
From: Fred Hooper concentric.net>
Subject: Re: Battery Tray for 50 F1 239 cu in

I think Todd Murthum at northernclassictrucks.com has them, he stamps a
lot of parts for late 30's up to '70s fords

Fred
hotrod'56

rturner SPP.ORG wrote:

> I have not been able to locate a replacement battery tray for a 1950 F1
> Ford Pickup, 239 cu in motor. The brackets that mount to the frame and
> hold the battery tray are in good shape but the tray has been eaten up
> by battery acid. Anyone have a source an idea on replacing the tray?
>
> Randy
> 50 F1 Ford
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From: FiftySevenF100 aol.com
Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 22:30:43 EST
Subject: 57 - 60's

Ken,

I know what you're talking about. I looked at my 57 F100 (along with a pretty
but expensive and shoddy 56, a 51 cheby flatbed, and a 72 cheby); then bought
a Classic Truck magazine. The CT had an article and pictorial on a beautiful
60 F100, so I bought the 57. That was the last time I have seen an article on
a 57 - 60 model. Only a couple of pics at shows.

Tim in Seattle, I would like to get the magazine you were talking about. If
you get exactly which edition it was, let me know. I'll try to get a back
issue!

Glenn in TN

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From: PWPTRUCK1 aol.com
Date: Sat, 4 Mar 2000 00:17:07 EST
Subject: Re: Elbow for oil line

Randy,
I found the oil line elbow at my local hardware store in the plumbing
department. I looked in the bin that has brass fittings and I think it may be
called a street elbow?

Paul
'52 F-3

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From: "Tim Mortimore" evergo.net>
Subject: street truck request from glenn in TN....


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