1957 - 1960 F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Box Style Ford Trucks
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First time posting so allow me to intoduce myself,Im Jesse and i hail from the great state of PA,I own a 1965 ford f-250 as well as 2 recently aquired 1958 and 1959 Ford Panel trucks,lots of rust but between the both of them i do belive i have enough parts to make sumin of it,ill try to post some pics later to give u guys an idea......anybody have experience with these style of panel van,ill def be browsing for parts and other little odds and ends
i will also add my welcome. i hope you get the picture loading thing figured out. i have recently spotted a 57 panel that i have been fighting the urge to stop and look at. its not for sale but that has never stopped me. IM GETTING WEAK......................................
52 F2 & F3 Merryman Herringbone
60 F250 4x4
63 F250 4x4 Flareside
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Welcome to the fridge club. Here's a panel near where I live. I keep avoiding the guy because I know what I'd do if I got it. I thought those tail lights must have been added by some hot rodder from a Russian station wagon or something.......Good luck with your project!
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Gary,I think those tail lights might be the stock ones.I've seen photos of other panel trucks with them,or ones very much like them.I do know that the correct tail light lenses,in decent shape are about the hardest thing to come by for Fridge panel trucks.
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