There's a place in Gray Court that always advertises lots of old cars in the Classic Auto Trader online. Any of you guys ever stop in there? Is any of his stuff any good, or is it junk? Might stop in there on my next trip.
'72 F-250 Camper Special
"I'm a man. I can change.... If I have too... I guess...."
I think its the Lot right off of I-385... Grey Court / Fountain Inn. Its like 5-7mins from me. They had a lot of Olddd cars up there. Some look like they have been restored already and some not (some rust and body parts missing).
Also less than a 5-7 drive from me -in the direction of the car lot-, a "some guy" has about 5-6 (?) Ford trucks from the early 70s to current most of all are 4x4s ....all out in his driveway. I wonder if he's a FTE user?
I have to agree his prices are way too high. If you feel like coming to Lexington,NC there is a place called Binghams last time I was there they has 3 40 Ford trucks,a couple of Effies a 59 Ranchero he has a small but good inventory. He only wanted $1800. for a 40 Ford Truck still had the flathead in it. But needed a major resto. I hope to take a trip out there and I'll take some pictures if anyone is interested.
1930 Ford model A 5 window coupe. The 1930's have the lower radiator grille filler panel painted black. The 1931's have an added upper filler and the lower filler, both are painted black. That's the only way one can tell one from t'other.
Rich's pics: 1966/77 Bronco, the Model A, and a rare 1948/50 Willys Jeepster.
Bill / Retired Ford Parts Manager / Part number research: 1928/2001 trucks & 1928/89 passenger cars.
2013 Escape FWD 2.0L Eco-Boost
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