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Old 10-21-2011, 11:21 PM
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'60 parts anyone ??

If anyone is seeking parts for their truck, let me know as i know of one being parted...base model 1/2 ton 6 cylinder.


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Old 10-22-2011, 10:30 AM
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I need a styleside tailgate in fair condition!
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it was gone to begin with...did you know that the Styleside bed was used on the 61-3 seperate cab/bed trucks as well as all 4WD 61-66 except the 66 F100 4WD...
These gates are a tough tough find...I wish I could go back in time...

if i find one I will pass it along...


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I did not know that!... I know these are hard to find I've looked everywhere... Spotted one at a local old yard but it's in rough shape, any 57-60 is hard to find in my area haha... are those other gates exactly the same?
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I have a 59 but i need fenders and possibly doors if they are in good shape. Really just the passenger side front fender and passenger door need replacing. Where are you located?
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I have an extra passenger side door in fair shape in mass! Idk how bad I wanna part with it though, but if you're close by it might just be meant to be haha
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Oh and looks like the OP's in Seattle
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Yeah, i saw that as soon as i posted... my friends a little slow... the town is THAT way... anywho im in arkansas so it may be a bit of drive for it...
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I sure would like a styleside rear bumper for a '60!
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C'mon, Don, spend a little of that money you've got stashed under your mattress,and order yourself one of the new reproduction ones!Don't be so tight!LOL
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I need a styleside tailgate in fair condition!
Not sure if it is the right tailgate or not, but here is a link Tailgate 1957 1958 1959 1960 Ford 100 Pickup | eBay to one listed on ebay. I know how hard they are to find.
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The 57-63 styleside tailgates are still made.
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'All About Auto Wrecking' in Snohomish Wa. has a 59 and a 60 in their yard. VERY nice trucks, both. This outfit is mostly a scrap metal yard and is very heavy into crushing vehicles and you can't believe what they have stacked up ready to ship to china, but the solitary parts guy there knows old 1/2 ton pickups have value, so he sets them aside. They both had good tailgates and it was all I could do to not haul off the two tone blue and white one, but I'd have been in deep **** at home with 9 trucks already. One V8 and one six cyl. I DID get a very straight perfect front bumper off one and it is much thicker and heavier, so I'm thinking it's original one-ton. Their #is 360 862 1001 good luck!
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