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Old 06-14-2013, 06:42 PM
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Which would you keep

Hey I now have two trucks 1970 F100 long bed ranger and a 1974 f100 SB trailer special both 360 c6 the 70 have pb and ac (not working) the 74 has pb an ps no ac. the 70 has little rust but damage behind both rear wheels and need the trim replaced or holes filled the 74 has rust mostly surface except above door frame of the cab on the passeger side of the cab.
I will post photo of both when i get off work oh the 74 has rebuild heads the 70 has 99,000 orginal miles. I am going to keep one sale the other
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Dang... Tough question. I prefer long beds but the 70's trucks look great either way... I suppose I would go with the more reliable/ better shape truck.
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Think we are going to keep the 74 short bed it is more complete so if anyone is looking for a 1970 f100 long bed runs good let me know
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