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1969 F100 pictures

I got my new $29 camera today so here goes.


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Nice pictures.

My truck started out red, but with the body swap to white, I forgot how much that red caught my eye when looking for a truck. I will be incorporating that red onto certain spots of the white body.

Thanks for sharing the pics.
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Nice rig... looks relatively original. Manual steering and manual brakes... a man's truck for sure. Oooh... oil bath air cleaner too.

Is that a plumbing spigot or valve I see connected to the heater hose? Ya sometimes gotta admire resourcefulness.

I'd buff the good paint and bury the rust in clear; clean up the wheels and tires, and slap on a nice set of dog dish hub caps; and, detail/paint the engine compartment.

Drive and enjoy.
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Oh yeah Silver, she's a man's truck alright. I'd buy a new one but they don't make them like this anymore. I'll give your idea on the clear some thought. A little off topic but here is the 1945 Farmall H that I have fixed up to take my handicapped friend on tractor rides. I shot the whole thing with Owatrol oil. It dries a little slow but does a nice job of protecting and seems to be holding up well. I think I out to get a gallon and spray the entire underside of the truck.

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1945 Farmall H and McCormick 125 manure spreader at Heritage Days North Platte NE 2013. The tractor is preserved with Owatrol oil and the spreader was shot with a mixture of linseed oil to protect and bring out the color.
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