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Old 12-28-2013, 12:00 AM
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Nice find. What are your plans for it? Did it come with a title?

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Purchased this out of a rancher's field this summer for $400!!

I just don't get it. Why can't I get lucky like that down here in Georgia? I would love to find something like that for that price.
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Hi Earnie,
My plans are to do a off-frame restoration. I would like to keep the original 226 flat-6. I just need to prove it will start... the PO said he drove it until 2 years ago. If I can't get it running, then I'll look for a decent small block and a C4 or 6. Which means I'd be looking at IS etc, etc etc.
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1956 f100 from chile (S)

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Since my build thread has finally gotten going a little bit, I guess I should post the link here. 1954 F250 (S) http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/13...ld-thread.html
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My Project Truck from the last year. Will continue to update. Hope you guys like it.

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Here is my build thread replay - very new to threading Hope this works
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Building 1951 COE with 9 ft. pickup body for a driving truck
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Like the way the hood tips forward for easy access.
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This is our truck we just picked up the other day. Guy before us had restored it to a certain extent, Needs repainted and the interior finished.
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At the auction where we bought it.
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