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Old 05-23-2014, 10:37 PM
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Looking for an old tow truck.

Hey all, it's been awhile. I'm on the hunt for an old Ford wrecker. Pretty much anything '79 or older, F2s, F3s, F4s, F250s, F350s etc . Looking for project level trucks. I'm not rich so cheap is the price range. I've been combing Craigslist with a few that might be candidates. Figured id try on here. Thanks.
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Heres one I saw on craigslist.

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http://oklahomacity.craigslist.org/pts/4534921328.html
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I have a 77 F350 that is my welding truck. I have been thinking about upgrading just havent fount the right truck to buy just yet. I think I would have to sell it as a cab and chassis. I will be home next month around the 20th
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Old 09-12-2014, 10:25 PM
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Found one!!

Picked up a 54 F500 for $1400...

Needs a different motor and a few other things, but all in all it's a solid truck!!








Even has the original keys, *****, and door handles!! Both doors open and close like butter



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Now that looks like a great find. Congrats! Much potential in that project.
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nice!!

That is one gorgeous truck!!! I have a 96 f350 l am parting out if you think any of those parts would do you any good. Call or text me 405 274 6680
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Thanks guys, I'm loving it more everyday!!

Okiewelder Is it 2wd or 4wd??
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Its a 460 2wd.
If it was 4wd l would make a welding rig out of it and retire my 77.
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