I have a 66 F100 4x4, 68 F350 "crummy", 2 Aerostars and a 80 Bronco. Thats just the trucks, cars are something else.
Allen. Keep your eye open for a 66-67 Fairlane 2 door. Engine and tranny don't matter, just as long as the body is straight. I'm looking for one to build for the wife. I have a spare 428/C6 that needs a project car!
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I have a 1962 Ford F100 Custom cab 4X2, and a 1944 Ford GPW 4x4.
"Change is not always progress"
1962 Ford F100 flat bed 4x4, 223, 4spd.
1962 Ford F100 Unibody with Olds 330 & Jetaway
1944 Ford GPW (Jeep) with 1947-48 Willys L-134
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Well, I guess I need to input here too. 53 F-750/L-8000 (the BIG truck), 48 F-1, dads 55 F-350 pick up, gonna get moms 64 Falcon Futura Sport hard top up here and start restoring her for my big brother SSgt Brandon Johnson. Sold the 57 ford 850 tractor. Hey don, I have access to a 67 I think it is 67 Fairlane, no, maybe it was a galaxy. I'll check, I can't remember if it was 2 or 4 door though. Still looking to get this 53 F-600 I've been eying for the last couple years.
1928 Model A Sport Coupe, 1946 9N tractor, 1963 Thunderbird Convertible, 2001 F250 Reg. Cab Diesel. Several 1960 T-birds. Two 1961 T-birds to sell. Two LN- series work trucks.
Jock - 2001 F250 Reg. cab 4X4, 7.3L with CCK, auto, 305,000 mi., homebrew pw and pdl, heated towing mirrors with a timer. Stahl Grand Challenger Utility Box, Ride-Rite Air Bags, Big Rear Sway Bar, Walker BTM + Resonator, headlight relay system with daytime running lights.
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