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Old 02-02-2013, 04:44 PM
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I just bought this 1960 F100 from CA I cant want to get it.

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Very nice! My tax man has one just like it.I'm sure you are going to enjoy it.
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Wow! That is one NICE fridge truck!!!! Love the color, the bumpers and the black California plate. Spurredon is gonna love that engine.......
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Wow! That is one NICE fridge truck!!!! Love the color, the bumpers and the black California plate. Spurredon is gonna love that engine.......

I love the brush guard. I havent seen another in that color "L" Dark green. Wonder what the production numbers were on dark green? Guy is waiting for my check to clear before he ships it.
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Congratulations on a very nice truck, it`s a perfect mate for your other sweet Fords!
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I've been looking for a brush guard to copy for my '59. When the truck arrives, please post up some shots from different angles. Maybe even a few measurements. Oh and one more thing.... Please don't drive it in the winter in Illinois.
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I've been looking for a brush guard to copy for my '59. When the truck arrives, please post up some shots from different angles. Maybe even a few measurements. Oh and one more thing.... Please don't drive it in the winter in Illinois.

I'll definately post more pictures and I definately wont drive it in the winter.

This is the only other one I have right now.

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Dang,!!, nice truck, you are right about the color too, I have not seen too many of em.
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Very nice, love the custom battery tie down.
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That's sweet. I actually looked at that one online but ended up getting mine because it's closer. Mine's that color too!
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Wow! That is awsome! It is perfect just the way it is! The main thing you will have to do is to enjoy it. I see you do have the complete battery hold down still there. So often they are tossed when folks buy smaller batteries such as yours has. Get the correct group battery and then you will be able to lose the rope or wire or whatever it is. At any rate, so good to see a 223 still intact and in use! It's like a breath of fresh air!
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Hey, my turbo was sucking in a breath of fresh air when I drove to town this afternoon....
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Man that looks like a solid truck, I agree that once your snow is gone you should drive the wheels off it. But first you need to show us more pictures.
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