Old Ford for a local company. They have a mixed fleet, mostly older equipment. All of it appears to be kept up pretty well, like this one. They were hauling to or from the frontage road across the farm from where I was hauling off mud and bringing in gravel.
I'da been here sooner if I'd gotten here before I did.
My grain hauling rig, 97' Aeromax Detroit powered with a 13sp trans.
I know its not a big truck but it does have a stack and it takes care of some of the big jobs! 86' F-350 2X4, 300 inline six four speed, welder generator, gas powered air compressor, lots of wrenches!
'68 F600 with a 4000lb crane and a 14' flatbed dump. 331 FT, 4 speed, 2 speed axle. Besides needing a clutch and a new hydroboost master cylinder, it runs great.
Huge Marmon Herrington COE I saw in Naknek, Alaska last year. If I had some place to keep it, I'd try my best to 'rescue' it. Off the road system, most old trucks like that end rotting into the tundra when they're no longer needed. I've seen a bunch of restorable 60's and 70's 4x4 fords just rotting away out in some of the remote villages. Such a shame.
'92 F150 Custom 4x4 (daily driver)
'79 Bronco Custom ('wheeler)
'58 F250 (needs work)
'68 F600 (needs to be put to work)
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