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I am seeking a 1979 Ford F-100 Ranger XLT diecast model. I know that they made them at one time. I don't know if they still make them. I am looking for it for my cousin. My uncle used to have one. It was 2 tone blue. If anyone can tell me where I might find one, I really would appreciate it. This means a lot to my cousin to find one. Thanks for your time & help.
I had a 1:64 '79 F150 that was two tone red and white. It was Sam Walton's first truck. (Wal Mart) I think it's still around here somewhere. I haven't seen any of the bigger scales, otherwise I'd have one.
Hey whitefeather are you looking for a 4wd version or 2wd version? Hotwheels made the 1979 f150 and also have one called Texas Drive Em.
If your looking for a 4wd version I have one of the Texas Drive Em's loose. If you need it let me know and I can send it to ya.
earthquake68, they have the 1:24th or 1:64th scale of Sam's truck on eBay. But they want $300 & over for the 2 I found. That is wild. And to the last post, I need the 2wd F-100 version. If my mom can find a pic of it, I will post it. I know they made these, but finding one may be the hardest part of all. Thanks for all the help.
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