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I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Ugly. That is what all of my friends call me, even my wife. Last Thursday, my dad was kind enough to trailer his 59 Ford Panel, from Grass Valley, Ca and give it to me. He bought it 4 months before I was born, and I'll be 38 next month.
It has been out in the weather for 6 or so years. Now it is back in a garage. It runs but it has a few minor problems, to get it road worthy. It needs a new paint job, really bad, but I think I'm gonna start with getting new front suspension first. This is all new to me, but I'm looking forward to learning about these old trucks and meeting new people. I only have one friend who is into classic cars and he bought his already finished . I have always been a huge fan of the classics, since I was a young kid, but I never thought I would ever own one. Now I do!
Welcome - since starting with your suspension issues I think you will find that Curtis and Christensen Auto Parts on Anaheim St will have or can get what you need. Not too long ago I had to replace king pins and bushings on a 65 F250 and they had the parts. Hope this helps some
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