Here's the link(click this) for the dealer salesman book with all options, this has 2 and 4 wheel drive options for f-100's only. The ford acessories are in my gallery. Hope this clears up to some what really came on these trucks... -4speed
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Quiggs,I recently purchased a 1959 Ford Truck Salesman's Data Book,which is where Andrew(4Speed) got the info.They are nice,hard to find, and not cheap.I'd been looking for a couple years to find mine on Ebay at a reasonable cost
With only a few exceptions the optionsare essentially the same for 59/60.
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Ryan...Jeez Bobby...Ya got me there Ross...I agree with AX...Hi Ray...Number
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Anthony...Hey Kevin....Silly Boy...Hey John...Hey Dan... WOW! OYE!...OH
CRAP...just for giggles...GREAT JOB...Nice Work Tard!...takes a "womans
One thing that jumped out at me was that the '60 223's came with a dry element air cleaner. Mine has an oil bath cleaner on it and I always assumed they were standard across the board for these era F100's.
OK, here is the dry element air cleaner. Color may not be correct, as I stripped off about 5 or 6 layers of old paint (blue, red, orange, dark blue are some of the old paint removed, I painted it black because that is what I had on hand.
[quote=3414;10981037]OK, here is the dry element air cleaner. Color may not be correct, as I stripped off about 5 or 6 layers of old paint (blue, red, orange, dark blue are some of the old paint removed, I painted it black because that is what I had on hand.
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