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pre61-list Digest Sun, 30 Apr 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 067

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F-350 pictures
Re: Toyota Steering box
ADMIN: Web site updates

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From: "Mike Christmann" pt.lu>
Subject: F-350 pictures
Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2000 14:17:10 +0200


I am about to start the restoration of an 1955 F-350. It has a double wheel rear axle and by the time I got it, it had no bed. From some literature about the subject, I know that the F-350 was shipped with either a 9-foot pickup cargo box,or a 9-foot platform or stake body.
Now, the point is: does anyone out there have a picture of an F-350 with a pickup box?? There's a whole lot of pictures of F-100s with any of the above setups fitted, but I could only manage to find a photo of an F-350 with a stake body.
Even if the truck shown was customized, it would not be a problem, as mine is not going to be a stock-like car either.
I would like to know what a pickup bed looks like on the truck because of the longer wheelbase, which might dramaticaly change it's overall appearance compared to the looks of an F-100.
If anyone has some photos, please mail them to mxmann pt.lu
Does anyone know if replacement 9-inch beds are available, or do I have to get a standart one and *stretch* it?
Thanx,
Mike Christmann
Luxembourg
Europe


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Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2000 10:15:07 -0500
From: mustangclub startext.net>
Subject: Re: Toyota Steering box

Hello,
I have a MANUAL Toyota steering box that I will sell for $50 plus
shipping. I purchased box for my '56, but went the IFS, power route.
Don

www.mustangclub startext.net


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Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2000 20:43:09 -0400
From: Ken Payne ford-trucks.com>
Subject: ADMIN: Web site updates

The following additions have been made to the web site:

Pictorial Additions:
1950 F3, 1964 F100 4x4, 1965 F250 Flareside, 1976 F250 Camper Special

Tech Articles:
A Look At the Platinum Gasaver (similar to the Snake Oil article)
Classic Truck and Custom Classic Truck Magazine article indexes updated.

-Ken Payne
Admin, Ford Truck Enthusiasts
http://www.ford-trucks.com





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