1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Fat Fendered and Classic Ford Trucks
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Date: 2011-03-12, 9:57PM PST
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56 ford "big job" cab over engine truck. Decent shape, very little rust and pretty much complete.
The best year for ford trucks- would be the ultimate car hauler, flat bed, hot rod, rat rod, toy toter, whatever you want to call it.
Put it on a modern chassis and ride in style. Not many 56 cabovers out there. Email me with your number and the best time to call.
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The 56 is listed in the Yakima craigslist as being in Wapato, a little farther east. Being a Big Job, it's going to be heavy, and shipping would not be pretty. If I didn't already have a lifetime's worth of projects, I might be interested. Here's a couple different pics.
What is it with people bending up the roof on these cabs???? That 52 looks like they tried to lift the whole truck with a cable thru the doors....ouch! There is one almost identical to it for sale here locally.....has the same damage to the roof. I thought about buying it, but I really don't need another project.....(that means I'll probably buy it anyway)
vintage56....15 mpg is pretty good...how much you think that COE weighs? 8k? And don't forget about all those pesky mountains to cross!
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