Hey Will, you want an '82 to go with all the rest? I'll let it go real cheap. :-)
Originally Posted by plumber01
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.
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.
'61 F-100 Flareside
302/C6 Arkansas Chapter Member
Owner, Vince's Vintage Vehicles. Restoration in the Ozarks.
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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