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Date: Wed, 17 Dec 1997 03:50:14 -0700 (MST)
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fordtrucks-digest Wednesday, December 17 1997 Volume 01 : Number 081



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In this issue:

thanks group [jniolon uss.com]
Re: Tilt Front ["Brian Noel" ]
tilt front [jc& terry ]
Re: fordtrucks-digest V1 #80 [Ray Cardogno ]
Re: engine temp? [lil ]

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Date: Tue, 16 Dec 1997 07:10 -0400 (EDT)
From: jniolon uss.com
Subject: thanks group

I've just finished wading through several digests (on another list) of
"Ford" comments, opinions, diatribes, flames, burnouts, and b.s. All
over the definition of blowers...

Thanks guys for keeping the bullsh*t factor on this list tolerable

john

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Date: Tue, 16 Dec 1997 07:24:24 PST
From: "Brian Noel"
Subject: Re: Tilt Front

>Date: Mon, 15 Dec 1997 18:50:13 -0800 (PST)
>From: David Stokes
>Subject: tilt front
>
>I was playing around with a new e-mail provider and I am not sure if
this
>was previously sent
>
>I have a 56 with a ful tilt front end. The person who did this (prior
to
>my ownership) did not put on any type of a power ram to open the front
>end. Does anybody have info on this type set up? (i.e. costs,sources
>etc.)

David,
One method I have seen used is using the hydralics I guess you
would call it from a power convertible top out of a junkyard. If you
E-mail Fordnut428 aol.com he might be able to help you with this as I
think this is the procedure he used.

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Date: Tue, 16 Dec 1997 16:15:49 -0800
From: jc& terry
Subject: tilt front

From: David Stokes
Subject: tilt front
I have a 56 with a ful tilt front end. The person who did this (prior to
my ownership) did not put on any type of a power ram to open the front
end. Does anybody have info on this type set up? (i.e. costs, sources
etc.)

yeah, i got one on my 59. e-mail me off line and i'll fill you in.

T-bird Terry

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Date: Tue, 16 Dec 1997 23:31:46 -0400
From: Ray Cardogno
Subject: Re: fordtrucks-digest V1 #80

Garry,
(I'm not sure how much of the past correspondence to qwote, but since it
was only 2 contacts here they are...)
Hey thanks for the response. It's good to know someone else out
there likes the cabovers. Mine is at the body shop now getting repainted
the original dk metalic blue. I would really like to get a windshield
sunvisor ASAP to send to the shop for painted but I don't know where to
find one. I think the cabovers especially look great with visors.
Concerning the milk truck (what are they called anyway?) it is
relatively small and boxy and has the same basic nose as the F-series truck
kind of stuck to the front of the box. Is this what you refered to as the
"P-Series"? It is stragely cute. What the heck, If a person drives and
appreciates an old cabover for any length of time, anything smaller is
bound to be perceived as cute.
I noticed the "I hope" concerning the diesel engine. That's a hope
I would like to accomplish someday as well. For now the little 292 Y-block
purrs like a kitten.

>Mon, 15 Dec 97 17:39:18 PST
>From: mcat epix.net
>Subject: RE: Cabover or step van trucks anyone?
>
> Ray,
> I own a 48 f5 cabover and a56c600 cabover! The 56 is complete but
>not totaly stock. The 48 is just a complete cab and fender assembly. The
>56 will be powered by a 6.9 ford-ih deseil soon I hope. What are you
>looking for exactly? Could it be one of the original p-series vans that
>came out in 53? Or the Divco trucks that used the Ford running gear?
> Garry
>- --- On Mon, 15 Dec 1997 00:43:32 -0400 Ray Cardogno
>wrote:
>
>>Wanted 53-56 Milk/Bread Truck and Windshield Sunvisor.
>>
>>This is my first posting as a member of this list. I have been involved
>>with 53-56 F-100 Pickups and panels for several years now, but have more
>>recently been getting involved with some of the "stranger" models like
>the
>>cabover of which I have one and the milk/bread truck or step van of which
>I
>>am trying to find one. has anyone seen one for sale or "hanging out" at a
>>junkyard?

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Date: Wed, 17 Dec 1997 00:31:00 -0800
From: lil
Subject: Re: engine temp?

Jan,

Yes, "IVR" Internal Voltage Regulator. Once again, good luck.

hay bail

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