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Old 05-27-2009, 08:47 PM
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Old 05-27-2009, 08:55 PM
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Nice......you really find some nice pics....lol
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Old 05-27-2009, 08:58 PM
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That looks like it has Maryland plates. But isn't that Bob's truck, or hopeful future truck?
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Old 05-27-2009, 10:01 PM
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mmm tasty

I know red is a very common color, but as far as big trucks go, its the perfect color.
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Old 05-27-2009, 10:11 PM
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Looks like an F4, yup. Really nice! As I started looking for a new towing/plow truck, I wonder if one of these wold work with enough weight in the back?
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Old 05-27-2009, 10:20 PM
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I like big Ford trucks but somehow my pocket book doesn`t always agree.....
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I'd like it better if wasn't sitting on widowmakers. I enlarged the pic and it looks like it's an F-6.
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Yes, that's what my F-4 is going to look like if I ever finish it, except it's going to have stained side racks and silver paint trim on the wheels. Very nice truck.
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Nice truck--Bob I saw a Model AA stake body--red with stained rails. The guy had routed a groove in the rails then painted body red in the grooves. That was sharp!! He did the same design like cabinet doors were done in the 60-70's with the half circle routed in the corners with straight line connecting the half circles. Hope you can visualize this; sorry for the highjack
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Im kinda partial to em. nice looking truck.
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I love the big trucks, and I have found a really cool one locally, but I have no use for it except to park it outside the house and say "that's a cool arsh truck". Is that reason enough to own one?
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reason you dont need no stinking reason! actually owning it would give you an excelent reason to justify having it, like say getting a vintage tractor to haul on the back of it! yeah?
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Love the Bigger Trucks. Bigger is Better, right?
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Big Trucks

Oh yeah, I'm a big truck fan!

Here's a few pictures I took last year. They belong to a very good friend of mine...........

2008 Ford F550+ 4x2 - Big Ford Trucks

For those who missed my post about my father's '60 F-1000 single axle tractor that he finished up last year.........

1960 Ford F550+ 4x2 - My Dad's 1960 F-1000
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I love big trucks

Put me down as a big truck lover.

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