this is a thread where i want you (FTE) to post either pics or just let us know what your or your close family has for old classics....
i really dont care if its a ford, chebby, dodge, chrysler or what ever! just let us know, i will start out
my dad has a 63' merc. monterey 4 door breeze way.
my 3 unlces have a nice list and they keep added to it-
1926 johh deere model B
1930 ford model AA ton and a half
1948 crosley wagon
1961 buick special conv. w/ aluminum v6
1964 F100 lwb (292 3 on tree)
1965 F100 4x4 120" wb
1966 F250 (parts for the other 3)
1966 F250 being put on 86' f250 4x4 diesel frame
1969 ford mustang mach 1
1969 triumph SIXfire (has a I6)
1970 ford mustang grande
1986 F150 sittin' and rustin'
1997 f150 V6 w/ stick and 50k miles
2003 F350 fully loaded dually w/ 7,3L
and a few others i can't think of.
well thats all you gotta do and lets keep everyone on FTE knownin!
Minnesota... home of 10,000 lakes, 18,635 swamps, and 7 fish
Ok, I'll bite... This is my dad's, son's and my stuff:
1939 Farmall F-20
1940 Ford Oprea Window Coupe Street Rod
1961 Ford Starliner 390-401hp. 3spd OD.
1964 Ford Galaxie 500XL p-code 4-spd.
1965 Ford Mustang Coupe 302f.i. 5-spd.
1965 Ford F-100 6cyl. SWB
1965 Ford F-100 390 4spd. SWB
1966 Ford F-100 390 C6
1966 Ford Fairlane GT 427 C4
1967 Mercury Cyclone 427-410hp. 4spd. (1 of 8)
1967 Mercury Comet 202 427 C4
1995 Ford F-250 4x4 7.3 auto
1999.5 Ford F-250 4x4 7.3 6spd.
2003 Harley Davidson Road King Peace Officer Special
2005 Harley Davidson Road King Classic
I have a 66 ford truck. I have a uncle who has a 48? chevy truck I plan on cruising this summer with to shows in our vehicles. I also have skeltonal remains of at least 3-5 trucks I saved parts from.
I had a uncle who had a car lot in the 60 and 70s. He also bought stuff after he sold out. If the car wasn't running good he would pull it to his woods and park them. He had a good reputation and wanted to keep it. He had one row of at least 10 of the 63-66 galaxys. He had some 48-52 chevy trucks and a lot of cars. Even a big old 58-60 buick. After he passed away my aunt said I could have anything I wanted. I thought I would get a 58 panel ford. A few years after that people got to sneaking onto the place and breaking in. She got tired of that and had ALL of them crushed. at least 50-100 almost complete vehicles.
I've had a '53 F-100, two '61 F-100s(including the one I drive now), two '54 Chevy stepsides, a '52 GMC stepside, a '61 GMC Carryall, a '69 Suburban, a '71 International 1/2ton 4x4, and a couple of International Travelalls(a 2x and a 4x).
For cars there was a '68 Road Runner for me and a '56 Bel Air and a '73 Satellite for my wife.
Only brand new car I ever owned was in '73...an AMC Gremlin P38 401 package.
I'll list my fleet as long as none of you send this to my Wife!!
1962 F-250 4x4 262 I-6, 76,000 miles
1965 F-250 4x2 302, 124,000 miles
1965 Shorty with 76 F-250 running gear (my Dad's)
1967 Mustang Coupe, 217 HP 289
23 Antique Farm Engines dating from 1908 to 1925
Fairbanks Morse, John Deere, Maytag, Economy, etc
1940's Gibson Model A
1955 Oliver Super 55
I think I will stop here, just making this list is scaring me. The old Gal knows how to surf the Web.
Ok, the current fleet looks like this
01 KTM 520 w/plate!
77 VW Conv (currently apart in the garage)
70 Chevy C10 400/400 (my newbie)
63 F250 4x/Flatbed one of 89 made
Had at some point and time
1966 F250 now in Maynard, MA
66 F100 /x2
1973 F350 SCS now in Fallbrook, CA
1978 Fiesta, the Great pumkin (it was Orange)
and let's not even get into rv's!
Last edited by Pickupmanx2; 03-10-2010 at 10:24 PM.
Reason: gosh,,, it's scary when you think about all of them!!!
Here is my list of currently running vehicles, all but the JD are licensed and insured
1940 Ford Pickup w/mildly modified flathead
1941 Chevrolet Special Deluxe Coupe w/stock 216 stovebolt 6
1942 John Deere LA tractor (2 cylinder, 16hp)
1949 Harley Davidson EL restored to stock except springer front end
1965 F250 w/slightly built 352, 4 spd
1966 F100 w/stock 352, 3 spd
1967 Galaxie 500 completely stock right down to the am radio but w/radials
You might ask, what are the newer vehicles? There are no newer vehicles. The slicks and the Galaxie are our daily drivers. Steve
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