1961 - 1966 F-100 & Larger F-Series Trucks
Discuss the Slick Sixties Ford Truck
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Can anybody help me understand the data plate on the door of my F100? It has the VIN F10AK838125 then under it there is: 115N F100 451 C 09 05000 129 4000 632801. I'm sure somewhere in this is the paint code, any help would be great. Was my Dad's truck now trying to rebuild it. Thanks
Thanks, must have gotten a letter wrong it is a tan/beige color. I was six when dad ordered it. I drove it a long time till a long military deployment let it sit to long in the barn, now trying to bring it back to life. Thanks
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