1961 - 1963 F100 Unibody1961, 1962 and 1963 Ford F100 Unibody trucks
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OK,so you wanna show off your truck,right?
But you don't wanna start a new thread,so I figured I would start one so we could look at all the perdy trucks,and I will get this started by posting this...
1966 F-350 CrewCab,352-V-8,4-Speed Manual,Dana-70.
Have a great day!
And I look forward too looking at some very nice trucks!
Here you go, Brought it home from Industrial Chassis this afternoon..
98 528I BMW
64 F100 "Christine II" 390 NP435 6" lifted 2 wheel drive
63 F100 Uni Custom under construction 4" off the pavement and built to drive.
69 M250 Crew Hiboy 472 C6 Ranger, getting a full rebuild.
Wow, unbelievable, what a collection of beautiful vintage Ford pickups, and to kick the tread off with a 66, rare as hen's teeth, CrewCab, how amazing. These classics are as basic as it gets, that's what I love about them.
Posting pic's of 65F100 purchased at county auction in 72, it was owned by the Ca. Pacific Gas & Electric, they were brn back then, with my first 'do it myselfer' paint job, decided to keep it. It's a daily driver, as can see with the lumber rack, used for hauling construction material, and just about everything else.
Hey Shorty 66,
Thank you SO much for not buying that truck!!!
I did get it from Colorado, and had it transported to Wisconsin.
I love it !! It's my summer time/nice weather/daily driver.
(the last 3 pictures I listed are from when it was still in Colorado, actually)
So I bought this truck when I was 14 and it was in horrible shape, now 4 years and 6500 dollars later it is almost done. Gonna paint it in a week or so. This is actually a 64 body on a 66 frame. There is a 79 spindle on the front for disc brakes, and a fuel cell under the box. Here you go. Oh yeah, shorty 66 where did you get those rims? They are sharp!
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