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.......Does anyone know who owns that great green 56 on thats currently fetured on commericals for some drug? It'd be nice to have some info on it

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One of our own made the papers and it even mentions his truck! Kevin Smith boosted more than a football program - Massillon, OH - The Independent

Dang, whatta mistaka to maka. I read some of the other articles here;
Massillon restaurant owner, Tiger assistant coach implicated in pot-growing operation - Massillon, OH - The Independent

There must be 10 articles in the paper on this subject

I must say this is a sad story with a happy ending.

I'm thankful that the crop was found and destroyed before a teenager tried it and became a user,. Thankful that a regular user isnt doped up and driving down the road and crashing into a family in a mini van. The outcome of this situation could have been far worse on families in one way or another.
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In 2000 Judy Scott, from Ontario, contacted Ford Truck owners through this site and other truck sites about contributing stories about our trucks to a book she writing called "Tough Tales: Stories by Owners and Fans of Ford F-Series Trucks".

I emailed her my story and she put it in the book along with 3 FTE members that I know of, including Bob Jones and Don Neighbors. The other FTE member was Ray Cardogno, who had several big trucks including a 54 COE. She emailed me back and liked my story so much she used it as the story line to tell the history of the F-series trucks. She even included a copy of the original bill of sale. It is kind of neat to be in a book. If interested it was published by General Store Publishing House in Ontario (1-800-465-6072).

My truck's picture was in the August 2008 Vintage Truck magazine. It wasn't by design. I just sent a letter to the editor on his question if he should include custom trucks in his magazine. I sent him my opinion along with a pic of my truck and he put it on page 4!

My truck was in the local paper in Nov 1977 when out college soccer team won the Div. III national Soccer Championship. I was not a player on the team that year but was a student assistant coach. We had a parade for the team downtown and we used my truck and a college maintenance truck to haul the guys and the trophy. Here is a shot of that parade. That is me in the driver seat!
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That's neat Abe! Your poor truck looks like it's breaking in the middle tho! I had a '53 when I was in college, and it frequently had a bed full of drunk party-go'ers. Barf is really hard to get off a wood bed....
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That poor truck! Looks like the 1/2 ton has about a 1 ton load!
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The following code is for a 53 F100 I recently had touched up which is original color. PP&G code (10428) is not original color. It is too light although picture of chip is correct on color chart. Correct code is; Sheridan Blue Paint Code for the 53 F100 is Color Code B/Duco 864/Dulux 93-81501
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One of our own made the papers and it even mentions his truck! Kevin Smith boosted more than a football program - Massillon, OH - The Independent
UPDATE: Plea , so does that mean if you plea, you were guilty?
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Story here: Massillon men admit roles in pot-growing operation - Canton, OH - CantonRep.com We might see him back on here in 5 - 40 (years).

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He sold his '51 wrecker some time ago, it was on eBay last November:

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He bought another, newer model Ford truck and was in the process of making it into a wrecker.
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