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Old 03-07-2013, 06:44 PM
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CL 1960 4x4 Monterey CA

Brain Fart this is a 1959 I have a 1960 Sorry

This is between me and ibuzzard if interested, can go look for you.
1959 Ford F100 Factory 4WD trick
1959 Ford F100 Factory 4WD trick - $3500 (Aromas)

Strait body, no cancer. Factory brush guard. Newer tires. Needs throw out bearing. Other than that runs well.



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That's a nice truck for the money. Miles ahead of what some of the easterners start with.


Gary, if you want to add to your stable, I'll drive it up to your island. We can sit down for a nice long talk. LOL!

Seriously, a good buy for someone, and I could possibly take a look at it if someone is interested.
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I'll buy the gas and the beer. Looks great. Is it an F250 or F100? Kinda fond of the heavier stuff...... Oh wait, I just bought an '85 mercedes diesel station wagon from a neighbor for a grand. It has sat for 6 years.. He bought it new in Germany and we jumpered it on Tuesday and it goes like a bat outa h***. Blasted the moss off it yesterday. I have to buy all the vehicles I can right now. Getting married on April 7 in Hawaii. 'She' actually loves the Mercedes and wants me to keep it and not flip it. Somehow those Germans made it quiet inside. My diesel fridge is like being in a can full of marbles and shaking it really hard..... Nice truck there.
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Damn if I wasnt eyeball deep in 60s 4wd rigs Im pretty sure I be jumping on that. I awlays wanted a fridge and that is one of my truck dreams a 4wd fridge.
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can't agree more with Vic; I had a 59 F100 converted to 4x4 with front disc; sold it and wish I never did.
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