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Old 01-08-2014, 08:50 PM
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That is the one that I bought. It was on Hornby Island. I'm in Duncan.
Thist is an old post to resurrect from the dead, but that black Mercury was my dads old truck, he had sold it to a guy on Hornbt. I just found out a mutual friend has purchased it from a guy in Duncan. Atkman if your still on here can you send me some pictures of when you had it?
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Haaa...The more Mercury's the better!!!
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That's a crazy story about how it was passed around wonder what ever happen to this truck. I sure would like to see this merc crew
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That's a crazy story about how it was passed around wonder what ever happen to this truck. I sure would like to see this merc crew
I will post some pictures when I go to see it.
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So is this mutual friend keeping it or possibly selling it to you or what I'll be looking forward to them pics when you get to see it.
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So is this mutual friend keeping it or possibly selling it to you or what I'll be looking forward to them pics when you get to see it.
I just found out he has the truck, not sure how long he has had it. I came home and Googled 1968 Mercury Duncan and two old ads from 2012 came up. One for $1500 and the other for $850. The first ad was definitely my dads old truck because he put on the propane system.

The new owner is a great body guy so I think he plans to fix it up and then ?
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This is the current state of the truck, needs door bottom repair, cab mounts, front floor pan, inner fenders, lower dog leg repair. Runs and drives but should have the brakes checked out. What do you guys think for a value on this truck?
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Was it a no-sale at $1500? Seems cheap to me.
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That was what it sold for last year, the new owner is looking for around 5k now. That price can get a decent Ford down in the southern states.

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