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Old 03-06-2010, 02:24 PM
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Kash,

when you get a chance send me the info on the company that did the alteration to the truck originally that is on the tag on the rear seat of your truck as discussed. The updated name and phone number you told me about.
I would like to call them and see if they will do some more work on one so i can get the rear doors built or if they have any specifics that might help. Thanks,
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Old 04-15-2010, 11:10 PM
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Orrville Metal Specialties Co. Orrville Ohio.
Now called Crown North America, which i believe is still in business today.

I believe that My truck was built for the Air Force, and Doubt that it was a 4x4 originally
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Your VIN tag would tell us if it was originally a 4x4 or not. Send me a photo of it and we'll see.
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Old 06-13-2010, 11:39 AM
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the plate on the rear seat bracket says Orrville Metal Specialties, Orrville Ohio. My truck is #140
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Old 06-14-2010, 02:59 AM
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great looking truck! if only i had a better job or a sugar momma. glad to see ya ditched the front bumper.
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Old 06-15-2010, 01:15 AM
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Thats cool, My plate is the same only not near as good of condition.
And I am wrong of the #,sorry. When I saw the 140, i assumed that was the number. Your serial number is way lower than mine, I think mine is 1557, and yours is in the 600's. I will get you some pics tomorrow.
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I cant get good close up pics with My camera, but the numbers on the plate are
FF-140 model#
M-1557 Serial#

Also the VIN# is F25JOH 62###
Model -F25
Date - 22H
Color -S
R.P.M. -4000
DSO - 9954
Axle -06
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Very clean...

I have searched and searched for information on these trucks , I found a site a few years back that was FULL of great info on them but lost all my saved favorites in a PC crash.... I own one and am going to be selling it shortly and was wondering if anyone had an idea of their value ? I would LOVE to see mine completely restored but with my finances and schedule it will never be done.

Again very nice truck
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Ok I cannot find the tag on my seat , can you give me the specific location to search for it please? Thanks and have a great one
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Wow. can we see some shots of the interior ?
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Should be on the seat frame under the seat on the passenger's side end of the bench rear seat.
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What do you have? Do you have a photo? Particulars on the truck?
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