I had to take a double take, great to have our own home. I have been working on a 1960 F250 for almost a year. I will start posting the history and current status of the project.
Clayton Parks - Michigan
2012 Ford Raptor SuperCrew Supercharged 6.2
1957 Ford Ranchero 4x4 428 project
1960 Ford F250 4x4 521 stroker project
2014 Ford Explorer 4x4
1971 Ford Bronco
Well I'll be, you guys are all grown up and branching out on your own. We will miss you, be sure to come visit.
Now that you have your own home, maybe the girls at Classic Haulers and Mid-Fifty will start a Fridge business.
Might I suggest a "Show me your Fridge" thread to help get things kick started.
Wow, this is an unexpected change. I hope you guys keep visiting the old forum... I can't say I have much to contribute here, but I do dig the fridges. As I've said before, if I were ever to go fat-fenderless I'd get a '57...
1949 f1 restoration project, 226, 4 spd
1950 f1 parts truck (titled rolling frame, cab and bed FOR SALE as a unit - PM me for details)
Looks like I bought my fridge at just the right time! I have had many old Ford trucks, but they have been getting progressively newer as I get older. I love the 12 volts and the spacious cab. I may even go so far as installing a later model bench seat. We plan on towing our '58 Aloha travel trailer with the big flareside. We also have a 10' Alaskan camper that should ride nicely in this beast, but that's another project. Thanks for the 57-60 section.
'92 F350 4x4 dual wheel flatbed truck. 7.3IDI, 5 sp man tran. '59 F350 flareside with cummins 6AT, '47 2 ton stake, '47 one ton panel, 47 1/2 ton, '37 1 1/2 ton, 29AA stakebed, '80 diesel scout, antique one lung engines
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