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Old 01-06-2014, 09:10 PM
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I got excited and then no so much......

I thought I found my dream panel a 56 RANGER MH

Then I called the seller, it has Power wagon axles
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Did you ask him how he adapted a 5-sp NP trans to the Y-block? Never heard of that.
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Did you ask him how he adapted a 5-sp NP trans to the Y-block? Never heard of that.
I was done talking once he said Power Wagon
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Not so fast there. The truck is in the state of Washington and we've periodically seen old 4x4s turn up there that were commercially done conversions from that era. I don't recall hearing the name of the company, but they appear to have been professionally done. Not a backyard hack job. Price isn't horrible. Did you ever capture that Coleman? Stu
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You know, if the Coleman was a MH, it would already be put to bed in my barn. I just want another MH
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A half ton '56 is really uncommon. I assume you've seen this F-250. Stu

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