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Old 03-19-2002, 09:16 AM
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i would like to get in touch with people that have put their 1948-1952 ford truck on a later model frame. i would appreciate any info that you have.
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This topic comes up a lot on this website. Try doing a search and maybe some of your questions will be addressed.
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Check out this site. It has a 1948 F-1 mounted on a 2000 F-150 chassis. You can e-mail the guy and ask him some questions.
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