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Old 04-13-2013, 01:58 PM
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Just recently purchased a 1950 Ford F-1. This is my first classic I have owned and trying to keep it as original as possible with some changes for safety and/or functionality. I am a young newbie, looking to learn and most importantly have fun! I would deeply appreciate any sort of help, advice or recommendations. Thank You
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Welcome! We need pictures! You'll have to have them linked to Photobucket, Flickr, or similar site.
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Welcome to FTE ! Lots of help here, cause idiocy moves from one generation to the next !
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Welcome,that is a real nice truck enjoy it & have fun with it-you will get a lot of help & support here these guys are great
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That looks like a really nice truck! It doesn't look like you need to do much - are you going to keep it stock?
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I am going to try too as much as possible, but also change for functionality. I have heard disc brakes are the way to go that that will be my first endeavor.
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