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Old 08-18-2011, 09:21 AM
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Did You Ever See One of These???

1952 Ford Truck, Rare! Three-door. (Stark, KS)fficeffice" />>>



Date: 2011-08-16, 10:05AM CDT
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For Sale: 1952 three-door Ford Truck, extremely rare: 1 of only 5 ever produced! Located in Stark. Call Rick (620) 423-9787. >>
ˇ Location: Stark, KS >>Item/picture found on Kansas City, Mo craigslist"1952 Ford" chuck
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Can you provide a link to the ad?
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I found it...
1952 Ford Truck, Rare! Three-door.
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That is pretty cool. If I could, I'd buy it and turn it into a daily driver to haul family around in. Everyone is buying 4 door trucks now a days. More roomy. If I had the money and time...
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As a matter of fact, we saw one yesterday---in the "Oddball" thread.

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Those are aftermarket coach built trucks that were used by lumber companys, railroads and various other industries that needed people and equipment movers - There were a heck of a lot more than 5 built.
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Cool truck.
I always wonder why people don't put more info in the add.
Price, condition, does it run.....
It's not that hard.
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Cool truck.
I always wonder why people don't put more info in the add.
Price, condition, does it run.....
It's not that hard.
This also irritates the heck out of me...



Is it me or does the bed on the on on CL look longer than the picture above?
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The truck in the ad is an F-2/3. The truck in the pic above is a half ton.

I agree the ad poster spent more time adding fancy graphics to his crummy photo than he did giving any thought to his description. It always makes me wonder how people can expect big money for stuff if they can't say anything good about it. And if someone is going to throw out numbers like "1 of 5", they'd darn well better have some kind of documentation to back that up. My 2c.
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1952 Ford Truck, Rare! Three-door. (Stark, KS)fficeffice" />>>




Date: 2011-08-16, 10:05AM CDT
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For Sale: 1952 three-door Ford Truck, extremely rare: 1 of only 5 ever produced! Located in Stark. Call Rick (620) 423-9787. >>
ˇ Location: Stark, KS >>Item/picture found on Kansas City, Mo craigslist"1952 Ford" chuck
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Pretty cool truck! Any idea what he wants for it??

I think you should buy it...
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