1948 - 1956 F1, F100 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Fat Fendered and Classic Ford Trucks
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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. ;-)
That is a great pic of a new truck. It confirms some things I have discovered a while back. Please note the side mirrors, they are not the little chrome ones that the catalogs say are original, and look at the hubcaps, although they are dirty you can see they are painted not stainless.
About the gas cap: I have literature that says gas caps were black, but I was not sure if that was for F-350' and up or for all trucks. The vintage pics I have from Ford Truck Clues and dealer pics are not clear enough to show for sure. So is the gas cap missing or is it painted black??
Great pic though isn't it. I wish I had one of my truck when my grandfather had it and used it as a work truck on his dairy farm...
FTE member since March '98
1954 F-100, bought from Grandpa in 1977 for $200
1970 F-350 flatbed dump, purchased 9/20/12
I put that on the desk top Doc. The Boy's will love it. And I want one.
85 XLT Bronco 351W HO 4V Dual Pipes 33X12.5 BFG's 62 Uni 390 C6 Custom Cab Sold for 9.5K Don't just Modify it Fordify it A Side Arm Is Like A Parachute, Tis Better To Have One An Never Need It, Than To Need One And Not Have It
I'll bet right after WW2 people just became accustomed to wearing uniforms etc. I can remember that in the early 50's for sure. Even the Texaco guys had uniforms/hats etc.. And they weren't the only ones.
It was pretty common. It was the next step up in marketing I guess.
1948 F-1 312Y,oem4spd,Holley 2150,Merc diff
Other projects: 48IH chopped&channeled,58F100 460 C6 4link pro street
Oh I agree. People back then just had so much more motivation and discipline. And YES, they made sure they had a job. I've said this for a while, but if this country got into a true knock down drag out fight like WWII now, we'd fall apart at the seams.
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