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Old 05-17-2010, 07:12 PM
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They are all dirty so keep that in mind while judging the trucks..


1970 F-100 Ranger, 360 and C-6 originally, power steering, manual brakes, light blue

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70 door panel

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1972 F-100 Ranger XLT, 351W and C-4, light yellow and black. Power steering and power brakes, factory air conditioning.

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1967 F-100 Ranger,SWB, power steering, 4 speed manual, 289 or 302 not sure which.

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Dueling bumpsides....

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Nice collection. Any plans for them? I mean besides nice lawn ornements
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Hey Will, you want an '82 to go with all the rest? I'll let it go real cheap. :-)
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Old 05-17-2010, 09:17 PM
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Hey Will, you want an '82 to go with all the rest? I'll let it go real cheap. :-)
Sure If you want an '87 Lincoln Continental. I'd have to make room for the '82 you see.
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Nice collection. Any plans for them? I mean besides nice lawn ornements

Well they do make good yard art! One of them is going to end up on some F-350 rolling gear with a 460 to drag stuff around with. I have a '75 F-350 single rear tire chassis that is just begging to have a bumpside body on it. The other will get a built 390 once I get all the stuff together. The short bed is pretty rough so if I can't find a better one then I'll do something with it. If I find a better short bed though then the one I have already will probably go for parts.
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Sounds good, Lots of work and fun. Or busted nuckles and tears. HA HA HA

Hope it all works in the end. Be sure and keep the progress posted.
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Sure If you want an '87 Lincoln Continental. I'd have to make room for the '82 you see.
I'll take the Lincoln...if it's on a 4x4 chassis.
There was an old Continental around St. Joe or Pindle on hwy 65 that I used to see when we'd ride up to Harrison or Eureka Springs. Always wanted that, but as you can guess the ol' lady kept discouraging me from stopping.
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They are all dirty so keep that in mind while judging the trucks..
Dirt? What Dirt?

Ford guys see right through dirt. and oil slicks for that matter

I don't remember if I told you guys this, but I learned to drive in a 69 F100 with a worn out 390..or we think it was a 390, coulda been a 360

Probably when I was about 10 my dad bought this truck solely for the fact that it mad a mint dashpad to use in his 69. I think he gave like $250 total

Once the dashpad was out, the truck was all mine to drive around the property.. it smoked like a freight train, had no reverse, only Drive - low and had a 1/4" piece of plywood for the driverside window..

That truck and I did many a donuts out in the field..
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