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so it's been a while and after some frustrating hoops and red tape I finally have my antique tag and the truck is registered in my name! Time to shift into overdrive and start fixing this thing up right!! Thanks for all your help guys!!
Congrats on the legalities.

I know it's frustrating, but it makes it a little rougher on those that would steal your truck and try to license it.

Now that it's legal, HAVE FUN!!
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Who can rebuild my 56 f100 doors for me

I would like to get someone to get both doors in new internal condition for me , does any one do that?
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