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Can you help me ID this?

Sorry for the lousy pics, i'm kicking myself now. Going to get this farm truck eventually, but it is 15hrs away and i didn't see what model it was before i left. Can anyone id which model it is? Has a dump bed.Click the image to open in full size.
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Near as i can tell from the pic is an f5 or f6. 52. Or possibly a 51?

Did it have two round guages on the dash or a rectangular shaped gauge?
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I was told it was a 51, excited about the model.Click the image to open in full size.

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The hood trim appears to indicate 1951 model year. It looks to have the ribbing detail in front of the Ford letters. Most likely an F6 with a full dump bed. The model designation would be on the other end of those hood trim pieces. See if someone there can ID it for you. It's going to be real heavy, so be sure to bring a heavy duty truck and trailer to move it. That looks like a true barn find.
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help id hood trim

the hood spear looks like it's a 1952.it's pointed on the rear,1951 was cut off straight on rear end.
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Thanks all for the info! Can't wait to get it.
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the hood spear looks like it's a 1952.it's pointed on the rear,1951 was cut off straight on rear end.
You're right. Good catch!
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