Just got back from the Goodguys show in Scottdale. great weekend, mid 80's. plenty of sunshine and anything on wheels. I am not sure how many cars but I saw registration numbers in the 1800's. Enjoy some pics.
This one had a 75K price tag
This one was also for sale at 100k
This was one sweet Monkey Face
What Toy Should I Play With Today
Still A Kid After All These Years.
Thanks for post the photos. I was down in Yuma, 950 vehicles and there was not a single F-1 there other than a couple Panels and a fire truck. 48 Steel should be posting photos. Quite a few 53-56s though.
love them all: done over and survivors. am jealous of the green grass and sunshine. can't wait for the cruisin' season to start up here in upstate NY. love the jail bars, monkey faces and manure spreaders.
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
Oh I see that now, but thought it was just a shadow. So, maybe the hood side trim is stock? Or is that now chromed as well?
Don't get me wrong, I think it's a sweet looking truck. But the rims, chop, single side windows, etc... tell me he's got a lot of time and money in that one. I'll never be able to do that to any vehicle. Not that I have any interest in doing it.
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