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Old 04-23-2013, 07:06 PM
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Final Call on truck frames and shells before crushing

Okla City.... This guy has posted about 15 old shells and frames on facebook their junkyard is about to crush... word is they will sell just over crush price. If you can not contact him via face book I can get his number for you. I will also post this in the earlier models as most of these are in the 50's.

https://www.facebook.com/#!/media/se...4755599&type=3
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Thats sad to see that many sweet truck bodies get crushed. You don't find rust free stuff like that up here.
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If those were closer i would try to find a way to save one but thats a far drive from CA
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No facepoop for me any cabs have the step inside the door I need the front part at the bottom of the door that curves from the step up to the lower door hinge.
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I only seen one slick. The rest are 1970's and a lot of really nice 1930's bodies. I can't believe with the ratrod craze going on that all them rust free 30's and 40's bodies aren't being sntched up.
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The link is not working for me. I have a customer who hauls vehicles all over. He goes to Texas a lot and he lives in Michigan. It would be worth it to find out what is there in Oklahoma especially if we are talking about virtually rust free examples. Are there pics and descriptions as to what he has?
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The link is not working for me. I have a customer who hauls vehicles all over. He goes to Texas a lot and he lives in Michigan. It would be worth it to find out what is there in Oklahoma especially if we are talking about virtually rust free examples. Are there pics and descriptions as to what he has?
No pics available, other than the face book which seems to have expired.

They are far from rust free, and not a lot left.

I am planning on going down tomorrow to buy a couple items and will take some pictures to post if I do not forget my camera. If I get some pics, I will post them and the guy's phone number if he wants it posted, if not, I will post the name of the junk yard/phone number.
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No facepoop for me any cabs have the step inside the door I need the front part at the bottom of the door that curves from the step up to the lower door hinge.

Sounds like you need the 10 inch lower front pillar panel (left or right) which sell for about $80 new. I need the same on the left of my 66 but it appears they are very hard to salvage from an old truck without a lot of time and damage.

Check the vendors at the top of the forum or internet search.
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I am going to try uploading the pictures(A different way then I am used to) If this don't work I will do it the old way.
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Sounds like you need the 10 inch lower front pillar panel (left or right) which sell for about $80 new. I need the same on the left of my 66 but it appears they are very hard to salvage from an old truck without a lot of time and damage.

Check the vendors at the top of the forum or internet search.
I've seen the corner piece repoped but I need far more then that. This is what I'm dealing with.

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I could sure use a couple of doors that would fit a 1950 F1 cab among other bits and pieces. I have a cab that I am going to put on an Uni frame. The Uni body is pretty thrashed. There is actually a 2 by 12 board hold the left front corner of the cab up. There are still a lot of good parts on the truck including repairable doors and windows-front and rear. I would trade this Uni body parts for a decent set of doors and gauge cluster.
It has a good 292 and 9in rear diff. I also have a good 3spd trans and driveshaft to go behind the trans. I want to make sort of a custom truck from it-not a rat rod. The cab I have came with no doors or hinges. Either that or get an entire complete cab but that may be rather costly unless someone was coming this way. I already have an engine sitting in Elgin Il that I have not been able to pick up yet. It is not a Ford engine. It is actually an Olds engine for a 1965 Olds 88 Jetstar Convertible that I am going to put back together after being apart since 1971.

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Sad to see this happen; when I can't afford the time or the money to retrieve them!
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I've seen the corner piece repoped but I need far more then that. This is what I'm dealing with.
Nice clean cutout job..... At least the hinge is not rotted out. What year is the truck? How far beyond the frame did you cut out?

Best bet is to take a torch out to the local junk yard or take a piece of chaulk out there and mark off what you want them to cut out.
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I went down and looked at the old trucks and posted a few pictures on the earlier 48 -56 year forum. The junk yard phone number in OKC is 405-670-0787.

Did not find any 8 ft flairside for my 62.
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