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pre61-list Digest Tue, 15 Feb 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 007

In This Issue:
Re: For sale - 52 F4
Re: pre61-list / fuel tanks
Speedometer
Colors
Re: One-piece door glass
One piece door glass
parts

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From: NACatin aol.com
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 08:20:40 EST
Subject: Re: For sale - 52 F4

Selling a 52 F4 Flatbed dually, w/ '58 292, 4 speed, w/ 2spd rear, PTO,
hitch. Very solid truck. 95% rust free, many new parts, very nice interior.
Asking $3,800.

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From: Rwilson50 aol.com
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 08:31:00 EST
Subject: Re: pre61-list / fuel tanks

Todays the big day the fire dept. is done practicing on a donated Isuzu.
they were using their cutting saw and jaws of life on the passenger
compartment. It seems the chief was pulled over New Years Eve by my
brother-in-law and he let him go. A phone call to the chief got me access to
the carcass before it goes to the crusher. I'm pulling the tank and
hardware I think I'll need.

russ wilson (even a blind dog finds a bone every so often)
49 F-1

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From: PBRUHN aol.com
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 09:34:37 EST
Subject: Speedometer

On a '52 F1, is there any way to adjust/calibrate the speedometer?
Consistently on low side (both mileage and speed) - have lubricated well but
this did not affect the accuracy - just made it quieter and "smoother".
Thanks - Bruno

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From: PBRUHN aol.com
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 09:36:01 EST
Subject: Colors

Getting ready to cleanup and repaint under the hood of my '52 F1 - V8; what
are the correct colors for the engine, air cleaner, oil filter canister, etc.
Thanks - Bruno

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From: "O'Connell, Dennis M" pge.com>
Subject: Re: One-piece door glass
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 07:00:15 -0800

Hi,

I was going to install one piece glass in my 55, but couldn't find a kit.
Sacramento Vintage Ford and No Limit engineering both advertise one, but the
last time I checked neither company had a kit. They were in development.
No Limit did send me a kit, but it was a for 55 Ch*vy. Classic Trucks or
Custom Classic Tucks had a how-to article a few months ago. It invoved much
metal cutting, welding and body work to rework the hinges, and window
opening. If you find a workable kit, let me know.

Dennis
55F100

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> >Does anyone on the list have knowledge or experience with the following:
> A few months ago I saw a 55 F-100 show truck with the vent windows removed
> and a one-piece glass installed in the door. One side was rolled down, so
> I'm guessing that a custom or aftermarket mechanism is installed to make
> the wider glass functional. There was no one present with the truckthat I
> could ask. I know that getting the glass cut is no big deal, but I'm
> interested in details about the mechanical issues, the seal around the
> glass, etc. I would love to rebuild my '54's doors this way. Any help is
> appreciated.
> >
> >Jim Hodgson
> >Cleveland, Tennessee
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From: "James Hodgson" ix.netcom.com>
Subject: One piece door glass
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 21:06:35 -0500


Thanks so much for all the responses, both "pro" and "con" on this modification. Since I'm still busy with the chassis and drivetrain, I have plenty of time to carefully consider my options before I start cutting on the doors. There's no substitute for the considered opinions of fellow FTE listers!


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From: 320064331603-0001 t-online.de (Joel Stobbe)
Subject: parts
Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 07:32:03 +0100

I have an M-47 truck (1950 Mercury pickup) and am looking for the following
parts that are Mercury specific in good condition:

wrap-around trim around the front fenders
hood emblem
tailgate
hub caps
Radio Delete panel (does anyone have it chrome?)

Joel Stobbe




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