1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Fat Fendered and Classic Ford Trucks
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wow your crazy dude! or you have skills!!!taking a picture going that fast????
I bet people wont think the same about old truck after seen you pass them.
I think my truck would disintegrate if i push to to 60 mph!!!
I seen a 53 F100 at bonneville on the short course, the driver said he was going 100 or 105 can't remember for sure now? Body I don't think had been touched in 57 years and looked it, he was running a built up flatty in it. Not sure what front end he had either?
Bet that was fun, I think I'd be scared to push for half that in any of my trucks. Oh wait, that's assuming they were together and on road Lol.
lol i know its not the same at all, but a mustang II didn't feel comfortable at a 100 !! cool beans though...hope you didn't head back with the grandkids at that speed!!
I hope my jag front end will feel comfortable like that! thats when i start thinking about things like "hope these welds hold up!"
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