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Old 09-13-2011, 08:56 AM
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Yep, you're right. I just saw the update after I posted. Guess he does still have it.
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I don't have curb weight figures on a '57, but for a '51 F-6 stakebed on 158" wheelbase the curb weight is right at 6000 lbs. Should be no problem. Stu
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Okay. Thanks. I'm sure it's not as heavy as what I hauled the other day. This was stupid but I got away with it without hurting anything.

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i got the guys address and phone number fella's ;309-287-2281 ernie rowley , 108 east Raab street in normal il . i wanted it but had to pay for my seat so ...................... my buddy george went and looked at it and drove it so it is a runner . just wasn't old enough for him so he passed .
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Last I heard is $800. And every single one of us have jumped at that. But then we sit there and do the math in our head with the cost of fuel, travel, time, replacing the widowmakers, etc. and it makes me want to pass. But this keeps popping up. I sure do wish somebody closer would buy this one.
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Hey guys... sorry for being MIA on this... our laptop at home is down so I'm looking at FTE when I can. The truck is back for sale as of yesterday afternoon. He had agreed on $750 with a local guy but the guy was a no show on pick up day. Price is firm as he figures he can get $800 scrap value.

Stu, it probably is an F600.

Thanks for the interest guys. I really think this is a good one. If any of you come in to buy this I'll throw in a Model T ride down Old Route 66 for whatever that's worth!

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Last I heard is $800. And every single one of us have jumped at that. But then we sit there and do the math in our head with the cost of fuel, travel, time, replacing the widowmakers, etc. and it makes me want to pass. But this keeps popping up. I sure do wish somebody closer would buy this one.
I about choked on my drink when I read that.
If I wasn't so broke at the moment I would be there tomorrow.
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I feel your pain Joe as I also have no dough! I can picture this truck with a nice flatbed with wood stake rack hauling my Ford 2N tractor.

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well I have 300 buck's I can throw in who is close that can pick it up and store it ?? you know a group effort to save a very nice truck..hell that truck looks better then the one I am driveing..anyone wanna chip in ??
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55 f350, you could load the M2 on the grain truck & She Who Must Be Obeyed would never even know it was there.....
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I talked to the owner this afternoon. I'm going to try to get over there and take a look at it. I'm only about 100 miles or so away. If it's as decent as it sounds like it is and seems like it will make the trip home OK, it'll be saved and my crusty old '57 Chevy grain truck will die instead. That just breaks my heart. HA!
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I talked to the owner this afternoon. I'm going to try to get over there and take a look at it. I'm only about 100 miles or so away. If it's as decent as it sounds like it is and seems like it will make the trip home OK, it'll be saved and my crusty old '57 Chevy grain truck will die instead. That just breaks my heart. HA!
Good to hear! Buy that truck!
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