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Old 11-27-2013, 10:11 AM
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63 big window on Craigslist

1963 Ford F100 Uni body Panoramic rear window
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1963 Ford F100 Uni body Panoramic rear window - $13995 (Charleston WV)

might as well scrap my '62 out after looking at this beauty.
Not really! Got unbeatable original patina. Sometimes seems like the parts donor truck is/ was in better condition though.
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Something about it looks goofy. I can't put my finger on it
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Looks good to my old eyes on my tiny screen on my phone.. i do like the other grill better
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Big window looks weird

well I believe it's been lowered some bit, I guess because the ad says so. Not quite as radical as when my unibody had a busted front spring and no pressure tires. But now I will have to look closer, study the photos. Is that the way the tailgate latches are supposed to be? Open or latched? Low profile tires, but mostly having real paint job does a lot to make it look weird to me.
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I'm not sure, just may be the stance of it that doesn't look right to my eyes. Or maybe it's the low profile tires (those wheels do not look like 17's). It does need a dual exhaust for that fe though :hehe:
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Something about it looks goofy. I can't put my finger on it


I thought the samething! I think the wheels and tires are part of it!?
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