1973 - 1979 F-100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Dentsides Ford Truck
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It's amazing seeing all those Fords still used. Where I live, everything used every day is a late model. But when I head across the line into Washington, I can't go a mile wothout seeing multiple dents.
And buddy on local truck club selling some of his collection off. just the first one. but i got too many vehicles as is. don't need another!
That's unreal. The amount of old iron you see still working. Makes me wanna come out west! I'm in NB and dentsides are so few and far in between. You never see them on the street, either they're show queens or rotten heaps laying in the fields, and to make it worse they all think their junk parts are worth a fortune!
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