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Old 07-16-2012, 07:35 PM
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1950 f2 + Case of beer!

I Just bought a 1950 ford f2 pickup. Its got a v8 and 3 speed manual tansmission. I was wondering if any one on here wouldn't mind coming down and taking a look at the engine, and giving me an idea of where to start on this beast, or to help me get it firing. Ill buy you a case of your favorite beer!!!
I live in Costa Mesa, Ca!

Also, who is for converting to 12 volt and why? Also if you prefer 6 volt, what is your opinion on the matter?
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Old 07-16-2012, 08:41 PM
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I saw the title and was hoping to win a F2 for a case of beer...

Not that So Cal needs it, but don't the 12 volts have more cranking power when it gets chilly? Recon that why the miltary uses 24v.
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So no one wants free beer?
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