I'm currently working on a 51 F3 pickup and have been debating pretty hard about chopping and lowering or lifting and making 4x4. I can find pictures of F1 trucks lifted and lowered but the F2 and F3 trucks are a little harder to get a side by side view of. So if you would I'd appreciate any pictures of yours or someone elses f2/f3 truck posted.
First, welcome to the group. Glad to have another F-2/3 being saved. I agree with Wayne that Google Images will give you a wide variety of pics. But I'll offer these to give you a start on the lifted look since I'm not much into the slammed look myself. These are all F-2 or F-3 Marmon-Herrington 4x4s that you might or might not find in your Google search. The last pic below is one that our friend Bob Jones modified for me to see how I might want mine to look when done. Stu
1952 F-3 Marmon-Herrington 6R32-4
The 38 is the same truck, before and after. I traded a gun cabinet for it back in '92 and drove it out of the woods. I narrowed a '47 tonner box and mated two running boards to make the long version I needed. First year of the tonner, last year of mechanical brakes. Factory 4:11 gears with those 34" tires, do the math. It flew (on the flats) daily driver for 10 years. Paid less than 700.00 a piece for these trucks. The '59 is the one I just put the cummins in.....Most folks want the 1/2 ton..........Thanks for the nice comments GB
'92 F350 4x4 dual wheel service truck. 7.3 with headers and glass packs. 5 sp man tran. 255 85 16 Toyos. 110,000 miles. '59 F350 9' flareside new project, cummins 6at turbo diesel, sm 465 4 spd. 255 85 16s again, 37 ford 1 1/2 ton stake with 53 flathead V8. 65 toyota landcruiser fj 45 longbed pickup. 54 GMC 3/4 ton flatbed w/ cummins 6at, '68 BSA 441 Victor Special, bone stock, Antique tractors and one lung flywheel engines .....
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