1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Fat Fendered and Classic Ford Trucks
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The Northeast Nationals in Burlington, Vermont, last month was a great show. If you can make it there you won't be disappointed. Here are some pictures of the event. Most of them are Fords but a few Chebbys, Mopars, and Brand Xs snuck in!
nice group of pics. thanks for taking the time to post. i see a lot of pastel colored paint. i guess my satin black has already made it retro status, which i am happy with. my brother in law and i were in essex junction that friday at 3PM picking up a snow plow. his 98 truck (non-ford) blew a brake line, so we sat in a service station and watched cars go by. got back on the road at 5PM.
Dick R., East Glenville, NY
49 F-1: Flatrod II (flat motor, flat paint)
Keeping one more flathead alive
It smoked, but gave it up 7/27/2013
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