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Please decode this 60 4x4 COLOR MODEL TRANSMISSIONS AXLE

Found this near complete but very dirty and somewhat rusty old truck in the junk yard for $1000.

Thinking about getting it so I can get the 8 ft Flairside bed for a 62 4x4.
It currently has a 223 in it with a generator but I think it may have had a V8 originally as it has some AC add on stuff in the cab.

Tag is on the glove box door.
Last tagged 1983.
F10J0K61093
WB 118
COLOR L
MODEL 103
DATE 18H
TRANS FA
AXLE 02
GVW 5600
HP 126
RPM 4000
DSO 9229
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Tag is on the glove box door.
Last tagged 1983.
F10J0K61093 Fourth digit J = 223 6cyl sixth digit = Kansas
WB 118
COLOR L = dark green
MODEL 103 = f100 4x4
DATE 18H = 18 August
TRANS FA = Ford 3 speed (my 59 data plate says same and it came with 3spd)
AXLE 02 = Rear axle 3:89 front axle 3;92
GVW 5600
HP 126
RPM 4000
DSO 9229
Sounds like a great project!

If I have misstated any info, Bill AKA NumberDummy will be along and square me/us away.
Keep us posted on your progress and what your plans are for this truck (and of course pictures).
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Found this near complete but very dirty and somewhat rusty old truck in the junk yard for $1000.

F10J0K61093 / WB 118 / COLOR L / MODEL F103 / DATE 18H / TRANS FA / AXLE 02 / GVW 5600 / CERT NET HP 126 / RPM 4000 / DSO 9229
F10 = F100.

J = 223 1V I-6.

0 = 1960.

K = Kansas City MO Assembly Plant.

61093 = 1960 Numerical Sequence of Assembly, the trucks specific serial number.

118" Wheelbase.

L = Dark Green.

F103 = F100 4WD, 5,600 lbs. GVWR

18H = Assembled August (H) 18, 1960.

FA = Not listed in parts catalog. F = Warner T-98 / A = Ford 3 speed light duty manual trans.

02 = Ford 9" Rear Axle / 3.89-1 / No Limited Slip * / 3,300 lbs. Rear Axle Capacity / No 3rd digit of AXLE code listed which refers to front axle.

5,600 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

126 net HP @ 4,000 RPM

9229 = Domestic Special Order number. Truck was ordered special by original purchaser, not "bought off the lot."

* mercurytrucks.com (link in post 3) clueless: 1959 thru today: If the AXLE code begins w/a letter: Limited Slip / If with a number, no Limited Slip.
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