1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Fat Fendered and Classic Ford Trucks
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You got me Scott. That beast certainly is overly loud, uncomfortable, and has very poor driver visibility - and that would just be for the occupants. Between the Rat Fink decals, over-sized shifter, and the keg fuel tank, they didn't miss any cliche elements. Must appeal to some, I guess.
I don't I'd want to touch the "accessories" either
__________________ Old trucks, it's a sickness-one I hope they never find a cure for! Bob Jones--Fat Fender Aficionado--FTE member since '96
49 F-2 pickup/48 F-1 panel truck
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I doubt all of those girls would weigh 1600 lbs..........oh wait, you mean the "truck".
If that truck were in Maine, any random sampling of young ladies that many and age would certainly tip the scales at 1,600 lbs+.
You'd have to scour the entire state to find ones that shape, and none would have tans!
As for the truck......about all you could say if anyone admired it would be "Thanks - I bought it this way".
Slowly reassembling a basket case 1951 F2 pickup. Take a look at my album in my profile to see how it's coming along.
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