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What an awesome place to have. And an awesome collection as well.
Only bad thing with the pic is the tow rig is not Ford. Otherwise it would
be a great pic for a calendar or to hang on the shop wall. We do puzzles
in the winter.
I understand there are places ya can send yer pic and for a fee they will make
it into a puzzle. Photo shop in like a "50 F3 for a tow rig and I would buy one
for sure.
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He uses the Ford to haul the Chevies
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Would love to stumble over a place like this! Very Nice collection.
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And for once it`s in Saskatchewan!
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...Tow Rig? ... OK ... here's the one I use. Y-Block, runs great for an old truck..... Use it regularly....
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...Tow Rig? ... OK ... here's the one I use. Y-Block, runs great for an old truck..... Use it regularly....
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Do you have a Christmas Flyer,lol
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Really nice tow truck! Some would think they'd have died and went to FTE heaven
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...I've had the Ol Towmater about 20 years now. A fellow was retiring out of the service station business, the old type, 3 bay shop where they actually fixed cars, gas pumps, neat old parts cars out back ... and the new owners didn't want to be bothered with a tow truck... ... so, the fellow retiring advertised it, and I spied the ad...... and we struck a deal... ....
here's a picture of the day I got it home. Basically unchanged except for mirrors...and the paints getting little faded. Its in a good home now...
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...And that old gas station... nothing more than a gas bar and convenience store now ... like all of them are.
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So when is the FTE get-together at your place Stan?
Maybe with a swap meet and or yard sale?
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Any time .. after it warms up a bunch. Lots of snow and minus thirty something temperatures tonight... winter on the prairies....
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Same thing here . Hard to read the thermometer thru the frost on the kitchen window but something between -30 to -35 , sure am glad it's a dry cold aye Stan .
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Not my truck, but it would be unique.

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I called Don up in Blaine Lake today looking for a 56 Mercury M100 and he no longer has any. He says he mostly has 48-52 stuff
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I'm all new to this restoration stuff
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Does anyone know of any front fenders located in Canada?
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