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Wow! stored indoors too! Rust free.

How many cabs and hoods and roofs can you count?
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Road trip? Eagle Ne is just under 5 hours from me. BJ, you can make it in probably under 6 easy. My daughter might run a track meet up there in Feburary.....hmmmmm.
Unfortunately I don't know what I might need at the moment.
I wonder if he has engines too???
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Road trip? Eagle Ne is just under 5 hours from me. BJ, you can make it in probably under 6 easy. My daughter might run a track meet up there in Feburary.....hmmmmm.
Unfortunately I don't know what I might need at the moment.
I wonder if he has engines too???
I'm going to contact him and see. I really need a drivers door. Road Trip indeed!!!! Google Maps says it's 6 hours 40 mins but if the price was right??? But Harrier you've got an excuse you just gotta go to that track meet

What do you need engine wise? There's a guy on Craig's List trying to sell a 272 4 barrel (tea pot I'm pretty sure) and a big truck 5 speed for 300.00 in St Genevieve, MO. Says it ran and didn't smoke.
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Well I have a 239 and kind of want to keep that. I'm not sure what I need at this point. I haven't even checked to see if my fenders and valance are repairable. I'm sure they are for the right money.

You want to go to the meet with me? My wife would entertain you for the entire trip.
No telling if she will go to that meet, but I sure hope she does. That is where I ran track.
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That's quite a hoard! Nice 56 BBW cab! LOTS of useable parts there in just what's visible. What is it about NE that makes people hoarders?
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The parts look pretty rust free too and more preferable than the repops that are offered. I'd sure be interested in that big window if I were closer.
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I met a guy at the F100 Western Nats a few years ago by the name of Terry Van Housen. His business card says he lives in Stromsburg, NE. He runs an F100 business...looks like this could be him. Not too many folks that I know would accumulate this much tin if they weren't in the business...but then again. As I recall he had a really nice slant cab with something relating to "HUSKER" on the license plate, imagine that being from NE.
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That's quite a hoard! Nice 56 BBW cab! LOTS of useable parts there in just what's visible. What is it about NE that makes people hoarders?
I think its the flats. I looked up the highway eagle is on, 34. 59 miles and not a curve in sight.
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I met a guy at the F100 Western Nats a few years ago by the name of Terry Van Housen. His business card says he lives in Stromsburg, NE. He runs an F100 business...looks like this could be him. Not too many folks that I know would accumulate this much tin if they weren't in the business...but then again. As I recall he had a really nice slant cab with something relating to "HUSKER" on the license plate, imagine that being from NE.
Is the phone number the same?
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Not the same. This guys number is 402-310-2072
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Here's Terry's F100s used parts website. From the pictures it doesn't look like it's the same person.

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That's quite a hoard! Nice 56 BBW cab! LOTS of useable parts there in just what's visible. What is it about NE that makes people hoarders?
I lived in Lincoln 5 1/2 years going to school. (Engineering and Athletics combined tends to make it go slower) What else is there to do??? Husker football is the only thing they have up there.

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Well Stombsburg and Eagle are 90 minutes apart with Lincoln in the middle. Sounds like a good road trip, gotta go buy some lottery tickets first though.
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