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Old 06-26-2014, 06:56 PM
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Another one I could get into a lot of trouble with

This truck is pretty awesome. Just thing of the road trips I could take in this to gather old iron but alas, it will never be for me unless a rich relative dies and leaves me a fortune or I win the lottery but it's fun to look.


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Old 06-26-2014, 07:05 PM
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Someone on here must of done the restoration.
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That is a cool rig. You could carry your whole collection to truckfest. Looks like somebody did a really nice job and kept it original.
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Awesome truck!
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That has Chris's name all over it.....LOL
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That is just too cool. I'm looking at my yard trying to figure out where I'd park it.
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That is one nice looking truck. It should be interesting to see what it goes for.
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Hmmmmmmmmmmm anybody interested in buying Edith?
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Hmmmmmmmmmmm anybody interested in buying Edith?
Only about every guy on this forum. Shoot, I'm sure even the manure spreader guys would love to have your truck.

You need to buy the COE with the expectation that you will sell Edith. Put Edith on the market for $100,000 and just hang on to her until she sells.
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If I had that, I could haul my 49, my 50, and my dad's 50 car someday. Don't you hate it when you see something that you absolutely don't need, but you immediately start doing the math in your head.
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Yeah, it's weird but I just signed up with eBay so I can follow this one. Nowhere to put it, can't afford it, don't need it...
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I showed it to my wife and jokingly asked if I could buy it. Her response was "yes". I then told her that I was joking. She said that she wasn't and asked me if I can find a place to store it. Obviously, I don't have the space nor know anyone to store it.

Like Doc, I immediately thought of hauling both Panels and the Airflow on it.
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I think i will be seeing you all in the next old Fordaholic class. save my seat Im looking at another this week
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I showed it to my wife and jokingly asked if I could buy it. Her response was "yes". I then told her that I was joking. She said that she wasn't and asked me if I can find a place to store it. Obviously, I don't have the space nor know anyone to store it.

Like Doc, I immediately thought of hauling both Panels and the Airflow on it.
Sounds like you need to find a place to keep it before she changes her mind!
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It was my dream 20 years ago that now I would be running around the country picking up old tin with something like that - I even went so far as to find collection points that I could drop off a load and hunt some more if I was too far from home.
If I were physically able to do that I would order up and 80x150 barn for the back yard then start looking for a warehouse to lease
I just think it would be cool as all get-out to be tooling down the highway with that hauler full up
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