1961 - 1963 F100 Unibody1961, 1962 and 1963 Ford F100 Unibody trucks
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Thanks for the tips,I can see where plate was removed inside of the glove box door,and none on left door face below the latch.The DMV paper work shows f10jr260884 which I deciphered as :
built in San Jose in feb 62 , but this truck is not a integral body,was Ford producing non-unibody trucks in 62 ? what has me stumped on this truck is the lines from dorrs to bed do not line up ? I will look on the frame rail and try to see if vin matches what DMV has.
yes ford made non integeral trucks in 61-63 along with the unis...
the bed not lining up could be due to the fact, that atleast in 63, is that they used beds that i belive where from the late 50s to 1960 look at your tail lights, if they are circles you have the early bed... if they are long rectangles, its the "correct" bed... mine has the circles
1963 ford f-100 with 292 Y block 2 barrel carb. headers ran into 2 1/4th pipes, connected to cherry bomb turbo mufflers elec. fuel pump.
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