well i am new on the scene, well f100 wise. I am part way into my work on my new-old truck. And i have bad cab rust issues B. A . D to the point i wonder how the door still works on the passenger side and i still dont know which layer of metal is the origional floor,lol. I was wondering if there are any folks form the york area who wouldnt mind giving me a little one on one advice of what to do. I would like to have some one who knows these trucks point out a few things i am going to need to work on, i am learning but am not 100% sure what i have or what i am looking at.
You could go to the 61-66 forum or the Paint and Body work forum, I'm sure there are guys there that could help you. This site is a mother lode of information.
While your here go to the Pennsylvania Sign Up thread and join the Pennsylvania Chapter, it's a great bunch and a lot of fun. You could hook up at one of the meets with others from your area and around the state.
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Look at LCM site and get idea of what panels r out there. Let you know how hard or how many parts have to make your self.
I know I live in Pa (Clearfield County rust belt)and I come to you to get may truck parts (Harrisburg to Lancaster )
But you may want to find a donor truck Or contact a southern parts importer to get a solid cab to start with. It sounds $$$ But figure the panels and your time (if u do it yourself of putting them in. It seems pc beside it always goes next.
Red Neck rule #1 If you drive a truck you should always be looking for trucks to get parts off of. If you can't find part used you aren't looking hard enough.
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