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Old 05-06-2012, 05:00 AM
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I seen 2 78-79's this week, couldn't get a picture of either of em though.
One was rebuilding a bar that burnt a couple months ago, extremly "dented" body
One was setting on the side of a street and looked like it had a good 4, 5 gallon buckets of rust on and under it.
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I see 3-4 a day on my way into work. I live in the country, drive to the city. The wife and I drove to Montana in March and I saw plenty in east Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. Our trucks are doing very well in these states.
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Old 05-08-2012, 12:26 AM
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Coming out of the barber shop this evening, saw this F250 in the parking lot:

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Here in the San Francisco suburbs its rare to spot a Dent in good shape but when I was doing a lunch run for HIO Silver and Old Style I spotted this rare sight. I took it as I was traveling N/B El Camino Real at Britten ave in San Carlos and this truck was parked facing Southbound so I shot the photo while I was moving.

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Coming out of the barber shop this evening, saw this F250 in the parking lot:

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Anyone else not see this pic? At least right off.

The only way I was able to see this pic was to do this quote, post it. Hit edit then back out. Now I can see it in both posts.
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found these 2 within sight of each other on the same straight stretch (which means pretty darn close if you have ever driven in West Virginia) while the wife and I were out for a drive on sunday. The yellow one has 1 ton drive line and a set of 47" swampers, not sure about the engine, didn't want to get to personal with it not knowing the owner. The red one has a fresh, but quick paint job on it and would be a great project. Also I bet it could be had for WAY less than $2,500.
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That hacked box is where the spare tire goes. Its hard to find those anymore.
I saw one that was in pretty good shape the other day but didn't get a pic
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That hacked box is where the spare tire goes. Its hard to find those anymore.
I saw one that was in pretty good shape the other day. Didn't get a pic though.
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I saw one that was in pretty good shape the other day. Didn't get a pic though.
I saw one this morning too. It came and went so fast that I had no chance to get a pic.

I also saw a '73-'74 in ugly faded Forest Service green but seemed in pretty good shape. Again, I had no opportunity for to take a shot.
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found these 2 within sight of each other on the same straight stretch (which means pretty darn close if you have ever driven in West Virginia) while the wife and I were out for a drive on sunday. The yellow one has 1 ton drive line and a set of 47" swampers, not sure about the engine, didn't want to get to personal with it not knowing the owner. The red one has a fresh, but quick paint job on it and would be a great project. Also I bet it could be had for WAY less than $2,500.
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What part of West Virginia are you in? Man i'd like to have the rear fenders off that yellow truck...
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What part of West Virginia are you in? Man i'd like to have the rear fenders off that yellow truck...
I'm in parkersburg but the trucks were south of belleville on 68. Where are you?
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I'm in parkersburg but the trucks were south of belleville on 68. Where are you?
I work in Morgantown. But live in PA.
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Well the fiance sent me two yesterday, so I had to go find one. She is up 2-1 on me.

The ones she found.
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