1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Fat Fendered and Classic Ford Trucks
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That has to be the nicest crew cab I have seen. I bought a 1960 Mercury 3 door crew cab 4x4 several years ago. The engine and trans were already gone but the rest of the running gear is there. I want to update the drivetrain but leave it on the original frame. I have found a grill and front hood emblem but not a straight tailgate. These trucks share 99% of the parts with the fords except the emblems and the tailgate. It's nice to see one fixed up and being used.
One day I hope to get started on mine. Too many projects, not enough time...
Very nice truck, you don't see many of the "original" aftermarket conversions. I'm doing a similar truck myself, with a 52 F-3. Only difference is I had to modify the cab myself. I'm also using the 70's driveline. Great minds must think alike
1952 F-3 Extended Cab
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