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Old 09-02-2012, 12:33 PM
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Craigslist Seattle, cars and trucks by owner, type in 1960, posted on aug 31. Maybe I can get the posting on here or a picture. Dang it's a nice fridge for the $. Lt. blue and white two-tone. Wish I had more covered space.....If having a fridge truck is fun, then having two is twice as much fun, right? Good thing it involves an all day trip and 3 hours on the ferry so I'm gonna pass.
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I've done an all day trip with ferry ride both ways for a lot worse truck than that,lol.
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That's a beauty Gary! It already has some changes such as the bed cover and newer wheels. You could throw a 350 into it and away you go! Seriously, from that shot it definately looks like a closer look is needed! It is almost too pretty though!
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price is 1850.00. I just had a fuel pump put in Ravin's mazda 4wd pickup and that was 1200.00. Funny what you can get for almost the same money.........Long story about the fuel pump.
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putting a 350 in it would ruin the truck.
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If you knew Spurredon, you'd know he was just kidding me about my post. He thinks I'm some kind of 'darksider' just because I made a few improvements to my '59.....Oh, and I agree no 350's in my trucks either. For me it's strictly 'inline six' all the way.
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If you knew Spurredon, you'd know he was just kidding me about my post. He thinks I'm some kind of 'darksider' just because I made a few improvements to my '59.....Oh, and I agree no 350's in my trucks either. For me it's strictly 'inline six' all the way.
You're starting to make me feel bad,.....no,.. wait a minute, that was just gas from eating too many tomatoe sandwiches too fast! Burp! I'm good now!

And you are 100 percent correct 1959-f100, a 350 is not what any Ford truck needs! Especially not a FRIDGE!!
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I read this twice before I knew what you were talking about! LOL!
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