1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Fat Fendered and Classic Ford Trucks
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ok, ,this one isn't exactly abandoned and it represents a group of one vehicle. the original "wait" has passed away, the "son" is now elderly, the grandson now owns the truck, he's about 60. he almost put this on the road when he was in high school. he used it to haul firewood until he had a tranny problem a few years ago. i've encouraged him many times to do something with it. the truck was covered with a coating of ice when i took these pics. you may see my 01 PT lurking in one of the photos.
Dick R., East Glenville, NY
49 F-1: Flatrod II (flat motor, flat paint)
Keeping one more flathead alive
It smoked, but gave it up 7/27/2013
Bobby, you need to bring those Dodge and IH's up to my house. I'll pay ya in frosties!
Interestng that '59/60 Ford has an old Pontiac hood ornament on it. I found one last Summer, too. I'll add a couple pics of it, only cuz it's the car I've been looking for, for a very long, long time. I'll remove the pics if you want me to.
My F6 in its original habitat.
The rest are just average.
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