1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Fat Fendered and Classic Ford Trucks
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1949 and 1950. Oh wait. What was the question again?
You answered correctly, Doc.
In my view, the '56s are akin to the 65 Mustang and 57 Chevy: iconic symbols of popular and enduring nostalgia. There are other choices for some that represent distinctions, to us, that have little difference to the rest of the population; they are simply all older vehicles.
Isn't the question a bit like asking which of your kids is your favorite...?
No, not really. I know we are all partial to our trucks. My question was more objective from a collect-ability stand point. Just like the example used a few posts down/up, using the 55-57 Chevy. If we had a 53, 54, 55, and 56 all decked-out the same, which one would has a bigger demand, and fetch more money? Maybe there isn't one. I just wanted to know out of curiosity.
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