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A few right-hand drive trucks in that bunch. Pretty cool!
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I like the before and after of the transporter.
If you look closer, I think they're two different trucks. I had to do a double take myself. ;-)

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Wish I had more of the phone service truck. Also tossed in a pic of my F6. It used to be the community farm truck for hauling gravel/sand for many years. Before that it used to be the school's plow truck up in Ely, MN.
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Here are links to the truck I just bought. It will be restored and used to haul some of my other toys, and assist in rebuilding some of them also.
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Bobby, I'm liking that first picture!
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Ilya,

LOL...thats quite a paint job for the time period isn't it?
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Not only that, but I'd love to drive by a Ford dealership and see a row full of Ford trucks like in the picture.
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Regarding the plaid paint, I have to wonder, is it all hand painted, or did they mask all that off and spray it?
Either way, what a tremendous amount of work. Wow.
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Regarding the plaid paint, I have to wonder, is it all hand painted, or did they mask all that off and spray it?
Either way, what a tremendous amount of work. Wow.
I'd bet it's vinyl, they had stuff like that back then.

Here's a pic of my friend's uncle's new '53; I'm told the pic was taken within a week of purchase for his farm. No coddling back then!
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Here's a pic of my friend's uncle's new '53; I'm told the pic was taken within a week of purchase for his farm. No coddling back then!
Definitely no coddling. And we wonder why when we find our trucks, they're all beat up and rusty. ;-) It looks like he's maybe lost his gas cap already. Just a little spillage. ;-)
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