1961 - 1966 F-100 & Larger F-Series Trucks
Discuss the Slick Sixties Ford Truck
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Years ago I read an article by a prominent columnist here in Denver. He had a 65 F-100 since it was new, and had rebuilt it twice. After the second time he wrote a great article called, "There's something about a Truck"
It was a great article, and a great quote.
Ole Trucks, are just like drugs. They give you a high when you fix something, they take all your money, all your time, and are as likely to get you divorced as drugs!!!
"Lounging in bed all day was dull, so I brought the bed with me"
"Both built 50 years ago and still turning heads"
"I like big things in my bed"
"I fit more junk in my trunk than you do"
"Keep this gal fed and warm and she will purr like a kitten; driver only needs cash."
I like the "Both built" one best.
Mark J. Covill
"I'm not handicapped, I'm handicapable!"
'64 F-100 Shortbed 460/C-6
Author of the disc brake article for 57-64 F-100's
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