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Old 07-12-2012, 06:29 AM
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Do I need another truck?

OK, made a big mistake yesterday. Started looking on Craigslist again. I just cannot get this one off of my mind.
1959 Ford F850 Dump truck

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With five truck projects underway already along with everything else, I really have to think - do I need another truck?
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It's a 58 not a 59, yes you need it.
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Old 07-13-2012, 07:46 AM
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The next question is: where do I put it if I get it? If I keep adding trucks to the collection, the township officials might think I am running a trucking company. My insurance agent already has me on his preferred customer list.

I might get some time to look at it this weekend. As to 59 vs 58, on the F700 and up, the 59 and 60 models stayed with the round parking lamps, as the wide front fenders were not changed for 59. I have seen this same front face on a 60 F750.
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Where you put it is easy. You can park it at my house.
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It's a 58 not a 59, yes you need it.
It does look to be a '58 not a '59, other than the grill. Hood and front valance is '58 but the grill looks to be a '59.

And is that a hood scoop on it? Or am I just seeing things?
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