1973 - 1979 F-100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Dentsides Ford Truck
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I actually saw this guy at the Pick 'N Pull last week but didn't get a good shot. His bed was twice as full of tires and rims in addition to a trailer about half full. Caught up to him today at the local pawn shop.
I saw this one while my 15 year old kid was doing his best to tear the clutch out of my Suzuki. I doubled back once I got back behind the wheel to get the pic.
BTW, I went by the flat bed in post #11 again. It's for sale, asking $800.
I was also trying to be discrete and not some dent crazy paparazzi stalker!
I know the feeling, I am always on the look out for a dent side. I saw two yesterday, a brown/creme 78, or 79, looked a little on the rusty side, and then I saw a green '76 hauling a load of used tires. I didn't get a picture as I was driving at highway speeds and didn't see them until they were upon me.
Anyhow, this Saturday I am going to Carlisleevents.com for the spring Carlisle car show. I always like to take some pictures of dents, however not every show has that many. They are calling for showers, but that isnt going to stop me any!! Anyone else close enough to go?........
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