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I have an 82 Ford F-150. It has been sitting in a field for over a year now but when it was parked it ran good just with alittle smoke. There is some rust around the rear wells, the body needs a paint job job but it is in good condition. It has power/s/l/w and AC. Needs some TLC! I can even take care of the clean up for you! Im looking to trade it for a 78 ford F-150, body only. I need nothing but the body, driver door front fenders, front bumper, a bed stuff like that. I rebuilt my 351M and my ford f150 needs a face lift! I stay in lawton Oklahoma and i can bring the truck to you and pick up the other. If you need more info please contact me. I hope i can post this here but i didnt know where else to post it.
Last edited by White_Knight; 05-21-2004 at 01:16 AM.
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If you're not in a hurry I can check at a friends place for one. It will be Monday before I have a chance to go look. The plus side is it's real close, about 5 miles out of Lawton. But I also know he won't trade. Let me know.
I thought I posted to this already... oh well, I'll try again...
I have a 79 that burned to the ground a few years back. If it's still sitting out in the pasture back home you can have it.. It was a 79 Extended Cab F350 but without dualies so it has the regular bed. Everything from the cab forward is toast but the bed was fine, I robbed the rearend and tailgate for another truck I had, everything else is there, I think it even had the toolbox built into the side. I doubt the front fenders on the truck are of any use to you, they are long since rusted out... and the carb, well, it's just a puddle of aluminum, but I do have a couple of Ford Carbs lying around, the one with the most potential would be a Motorcraft (Holley) 4bbl off a 351HO... vaccum secondaries, I think it was like 700 cfm. Needs to be rebuilt but it's a good carb, it's sitting in the garage in my house in GA right now though, but we should be headed back there to finish moving soon. Let me know if you want the 79 bed, it's just sitting in a field in Eastern Ok about 15 minutes from the OK/AR state line.
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