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this guy going the junk a coe and F-6

this guy can by to see if i needed some parts off a coe . the truck had a fire in the engine back in the 70 and it has beed sitting in a field since then ,plus he has F-6 truck there going to cut up ...
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Ask him if the F6 still has the rear axle shafts? Would those be the same as the ones I will eventually need to get my F5 back running?
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Where is it located? My wife wants me to build a COE.
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Looks like they're close enough to get a new home. Guys it would be a shame to see this old iron go to China.
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Old 12-25-2011, 02:22 PM
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I am familiar with Princeton. There is a Toyota plant there. How long until he cuts it up? All I am interested in is the body.
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I talk to him today ,he will wait till Jan. To junk them up. The front wndsheild has been out for a long time.
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The passenger door handle doesn't sag - I could use a few like that.

F6 front wheel isn't a widowmaker from the looks of it.
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Tim, that's what I was thinking also. Looks like an outer snap ring. Maybe the other five are the same.

All around both trucks would be worth it if the guy would accept scrap price for both. Maybe even a little more to a person who could use some parts off of them.
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I will buy the hood side trim and running boards from the COE if someone gets it for parts! PLEASE don't let that get crushed!
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Ok time to get serious. Can you find out what he would take for the COE body? I would like to make a trip down & at minimum take a look at it.
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elgemcdlf Imho you can save a lot of money getting a better/complete body with a title.
There is a guy on the hamb selling a 51 ford coe for 700 bucks with a title.
He already cut the frame behind the cab for easy transportation.
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elgemcdlf Imho you can save a lot of money getting a better/complete body with a title.
There is a guy on the hamb selling a 51 ford coe for 700 bucks with a title.
He already cut the frame behind the cab for easy transportation.
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I will check into that one. I am looking at this one as being parts. I also like to experiment before making a final move. Example being before I cut my good fenders for the fender scoops I did one of my old ones I was replacing. A thought I have on the COE is splicing in the wheel well opening from a F1 into the fender of the COE. That way smaller wheels and tires wouldn't look so out of place. This one gives me fenders I can experiment with. Any other ideas I might have I can use this one for before making any cuts on a good body.
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