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Old 01-28-2004, 05:01 PM
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Anybody know of any 1940-1947 ford pickups?

I'm building a 1947 Ford pickup with 300/6, 4spd, and 4x4 for mountain climbing. Anybody know of any 1940-1947 Ford pickup wasting away anywhere? I don't care if they are rust buckets or wrecked, but cheap would be nice. I have a stripped chassis, and fair sheet metal, but need the following: headlight buckets and rims, turn signals, frame around windshield and down middle of split windshield, door handles and window cranks, all glass, windshield wiper assembly, etc. Basically everthing except sheet metal. Also I have a 1956 Custom Cab that is basically complete except for valve covers and air breather. Truck has what I believe is original y-block and Fordamatic auto transmission. It is a short bed with spare tire carrier. Truck has lots of dents and some rust through. If anyone needs a 1956 restoration project or knows of any 1940-1947 give a post. Thanks, Mountain.
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