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  1. gridley dean
    06-07-2010 03:57 AM - permalink
    gridley dean
    I may seem like a pain in the butt at first but please be patient. I'm not used to anyone giving a hoot @ the old '58. You are a breath of fresh air to a truck I cut my teeth on 30 yrs. ago. She's a short box styleside w/ a 302/c6 that I put in back then. If you don't mind, could I bug you from time to time @ thi truck? Thanks, Dean
  2. 58 ford
    03-31-2010 04:56 PM - permalink
    58 ford
    Hey man
    I pm:d you dont know if you got it about the emblems,shoot me an e-mail at shortboxford58@hotmail.com. Later Andrew
  3. pagokid2001
    11-03-2009 04:37 PM - permalink
    pagokid2001
    My email is pagokid@hawaii.rr.com. I'm currently tearing down a 289 to rebuild and put into my 59. The 292's tired and too hard (expensive) for me to maintain here. Will let you know how it's going. Any help on the hood latch would be great. Thanks, Howard
  4. NumberDummy
    10-03-2009 03:33 PM - permalink
    NumberDummy
    Yes, but make sure the T-86 O/D is from a Ford.

    Studebaker, Packard, Kaiser-Frazer, Nash, Hudson, Rambler, Willys and etc all used T-86's.

    1965/71 F100 & 1965/67 Galaxie, the O/D is a T-85N O/D, not the same.
  5. NumberDummy
    09-18-2009 02:10 PM - permalink
    NumberDummy
    Originally, the fuel pump had a glass bowl with a round ceramic fuel filter inside. Later, the ceramic filter was replaced by a paper filter.

    Now you have a cannister fuel filter? Someone has replaced the original fuel pump with the later style.

    This is prolly what you have: C4AZ9365B .. Fuel Filter (Motorcraft FG1A) / Available from Ford and parts stores.

    I could not find the length of this cartridge filter or the metal can, but the filter itself is round and around 3" - 3 1/2" long.

    This filter was used in most 1960/72 passenger cars, Bronco's, Econolines and 1964/72 trucks.
  6. brandon1078
    07-16-2009 09:31 PM - permalink
    brandon1078
    The truck is in really bad condition. Nothing is in good shape on the truck. I am just thinking the mechanical items should be good minus the engine. Cosmetics are horrible. I will try to get some pics posted of both trucks over the next couple days.
  7. brandon1078
    07-14-2009 09:51 PM - permalink
    brandon1078
    I can't figure out how to pm you...this isn't it, is it? What parts are you looking for?
  8. NumberDummy
    07-08-2009 02:45 PM - permalink
    NumberDummy
    I didn't go to the place because the FTE member that was supposed to come here from WA never showed up.

    Since I said I was going...I will go this Saturday, then will pass along the info.

    The parts catalog shows the emblem as one piece, I noted where you typed that all you want is part of it.
  9. 58 ford
    06-25-2009 11:24 PM - permalink
    58 ford
    Hey man
    yea mine is kinda flimsy too,and no braces! I have to replace mine thanks to the trees. The truck is now right down to the frame and i pulled the motor!! Looks like i can save the engine!! Do you know were i can get a carb for the 6 cyl mine is all there but seized.
    Later andrew
  10. Fat Flatty
    06-09-2009 07:51 AM - permalink
    Fat Flatty
    cbass, I will take some pics tonight and send them to you. They are all of the 51 era, with the single carb in the center. What is your email so I can send pics later.

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  • About cbass139
    Biography
    Chicagoland Firefighter who lives for hands on work. I have this truck and a '28 Ford Coupster (Coupe with the roof cut off) that I haven't started work on yet.
    Location
    Chicago
    Interests
    Hockey, Soccer, Football
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    il
    Country
    usa
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-100
    Year
    1958
    Current Mileage
    100,000 - 124,999
    Miles per year
    5,000 - 9,999
    Engine type and displacement
    292 Y-block
    Major modifications
    None yet
    Tranny type
    Manual
    Tires
    Street Radials
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    "Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs."
    "Chop your own wood, and it will warm you twice."
    -Henry Ford

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