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Old 02-05-2004, 01:05 PM
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If anyone is shopping...

I have found two slick 60's for sale. One at Oxford and the SantaFe service road, the other north of Oxford on Galapago. No indications of price handy but they appear to be 63-64 variety and in decent shape.

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Smile Thanks, Mike

Mike G.,

I'll check them out tomorrow, Sunday. I'm still looking for a truck to put my engine (352 to 410) in! I still haven't done anything to the old 352, but you never know!?

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Old 02-09-2004, 05:05 PM
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Found One, Could Find other

Mike,

I took a look yesterday and found the one on Galapago. It's a 61 F250 with rebuilt 6 cyl. He's asking $3k obo. I didn't find the one on Santa Fe's frontage road.

After looking at quite a few model years, I've narrowed my search down to 65 or 66 2wd F100 or F250.

Thanks for the info, Mike G.

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Old 02-10-2004, 10:41 AM
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Hey D, now that I know what your after, I'll keep an eye out. The one that was at the frontage road was at the corner of the golf course in that little lot with the vintage stuff. I notice it was gone also. There's a Ford performance place on Federal, I'll drive by and see if they have any for sale, I know they usually have a couple Mustangs available...

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2001 F350 Long-Crew-Dual-4x4-7.3L TD Hoss
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Old 02-10-2004, 01:27 PM
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Mike,

Glad to see I didn't just miss the one at the golf course. Traderonline has a blue 66 250 that just came up today. I'll call on that one. I appreciate your eyein' those two.

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Old 02-12-2004, 07:56 PM
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now that I know a few guys are crusing around my work were I am building my 72 I will have to post updates. I am just starting to get ready to swap front suspension and rework the chassis. If you are around federal and oxford on a saterday you my see me working on it.
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Old 02-13-2004, 02:03 PM
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Hey Robert:
I am usually around Fed and Ox Monday-Friday, working at Hampden and Broadway. I'll keep an eye out for you at the shop!

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Talking Mike-No More Lookie!

Hi Mike,

Just wanted to let you know you don't need to keep your eyes open for a 66 truck for me anymore. I just picked mine up. An 66 F250 Camper Special with 4 speed and "390" (I'll measure the stroke this weekend any bets it's a 352?!) Please do keep an eye out for parts, though. I'll do the same for you.

Drove it home and it'll be some work to get it the way I want it, but man it's a truck from a time when trucks were trucks. I love the smell, the sound....you know what I mean.

I'll be pickin' your brain for ideas and cruisin the junk yards in earnest now. I'll keep checking in on the FE and 61-66 boards here.

One happy Camper Special,

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Old 02-13-2004, 03:52 PM
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Very Cool Man

Where did you pick her up at? You are right, there is nothing like an old truck.

I'm ready to start assembling the engine this week and pull 'Ol Blue in for some work with in the next few. Can't wait! I do need to snap off some "pre" photos for the gang.

Let me know what parts you need, I have to get out to some of the Aurora yards and scrounge around. Colorado Auto has a 65 4x4, but not much there other than the motor and a shell....

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Talking WeeHaw!

Mike,

Just took the wife out for her first ride in the new (old) truck. I was ready for the "I don't like it, it stinks like gas in here" or "You bought this?!" etc. Her reaction apprehensive at first, but positive. Then I put my foot down and broke the back end loose. She thought that was "a whole bunch of all right". I can't wait
'til I can take her out in it when it's running on gas, not oil!

Send me a PM when you want some scrounging company.

It's good to have an old truck again.

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Old 02-14-2004, 11:17 AM
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Any of you guys go to pull n save. That is my yard of choice. I have had good luck finding stuff other then body panels.
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Where is that pull n save?
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11602 East 33rd Avenue

take I-70 to the Peoria Exit,
go South on Peoria to 33rd Avenue,
then 2 blocks West on 33rd Avenue

try www.pullnsave.com for info such as hours and prices..great place...
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