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Old 08-13-2014, 01:06 AM
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Real Nice 60 F-350 photos

I was cruising craigs list and ran across this beautiful 60 F-350 Dump. I couldn't resist posting a few pic's of it.
It is in Northern California.

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thanks for posting...stumbled across link while looking for a short bed for a 73-79 for fellow FTE member in Sacramento area (if anyone else knows about one)

think the 350 will get 15k?

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thanks for posting...stumbled across link while looking for a short bed for a 73-79 for fellow FTE member in Sacramento area (if anyone else knows about one)

think the 350 will get 15k?

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15K is a lot, it would have to be a collector to pay that much. There seems to be plenty of F-100 & 250's in the Sac area. If you can find a 75 or older no smog for California. I even found several Uni-body's for around a grand. Do you live in Sac?
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Old 08-13-2014, 05:54 PM
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Ya, Im no expert on values...

I have seen a few listed and would like a unibody down the road. South about an hour in Manteca. Have family in Rocklin and Sun City

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15K is a lot, it would have to be a collector to pay that much. There seems to be plenty of F-100 & 250's in the Sac area. If you can find a 75 or older no smog for California. I even found several Uni-body's for around a grand. Do you live in Sac?
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Wow that's really nice, someone put a lot if time into it. 15 does seem pretty high though, I wouldn't pay that much.
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