ok so I bought it couldn't afford to leave it behind drives so good looks good hell even the wife loves it and she hates my 61 go figure and what kind of truck dont come with door locks ? lol but here is the vin tag if someone would be so kind to decode. f10cr310327. wb122 color f model f100 trans a axle 11 gvrw 5000 net hp 135 @3500 rpm dso 71
C=292 MD v8
310327+ Born in the month of July 1962
wb122= Long bed
color F=Baffin Blue
Trans A= 3 speed standard. ford
Axle 11=3.70 open 9"
DSO 71= Los Angeles. Bought off the lot.
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63 F100 Uni Custom under construction 4" off the pavement and built to drive.
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ok so I bought it couldn't afford to leave it behind drives so good looks good hell even the wife loves it and she hates my 61 go figure and what kind of truck dont come with door locks ? lol but here is the vin tag if someone would be so kind to decode.
I find it weird it came with no door locks no provision in the door
Nothing weird about it, t'was the way things worked back then. There should be a R/S door lock cylinder.
Custom Cabs came with R/L door lock cylinders, Standard Cabs only came with a right door lock cylinder as standard equipment, left side was optional.
For decades, people locked the left door (all automakers cars & trucks) from the inside, then slide over the seat, got out, locked the right door using the provided lock cylinder.
Why? Because many streets did not have painted dividing lines, traffic was chaotic with people weaving in/out. So...automakers didn't want people standing out in the street locking/unlocking left doors.
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Originally Posted by old_dan
You can also go to the "Garage" tab and start an album right here on FTE. After you post pictures to an album, we can look in your album, but you'll also be able to "insert a picture" by pasting in a link to the picture in your album.
It seems awkward, but whenever you "insert a picture" to one of these threads, the forum is looking for the picture somewhere on the web (which is always available) rather than from somewhere on your hard drive (which isn't always available).
Originally Posted By Jolly Roger Joe
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Go to Image hosting, free photo sharing & video sharing at Photobucket and sign up for a free account. Then create an album for your truck. Upload any pics you want to post on FTE to that album. Have this album open on your computer when you want to post pics on FTE.
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