I enjoyed reading your page on N Series trucks very much. Truth be told, I've been looking for a new project and must admit, I've fallen for these trucks a bit. They are amazing and extremely rare to see.
I have a few questions for you if you dont mind? Im wondering if you have any more info on the crewcab version of the N series as seen in Tom George's picture. What model was that N Series? How rare are they with the crewcab? Any more pictures of a crewcab N?
And next, what should I expect to pay for an N series if I were lucky to find one? Lets say unrestored? Any suggestions on where to look?
Just had to stop in, say HI and a big thanks for what you are doing in restoring/preserving some of these old big trucks. I saw your avatar photo on Robert's message board, and that gorgeous color on your '67 N 950 really caught my eye, so I took a gander at your galleries. I've never seen a truck like that before, so THANKS!!!
Haven't seen you in the Texas Chapter in a while, I hope all is well, we are planning a GTG in Houston to work on trucks or install mods for those that need something put on. Any how don't be a stranger around the chapter
Hi Can you please help me I have a 1963 Ford cab over I want to get replacement window felts and guides ? also I would like to get a headliner can you please direct me my e mail is email@example.com Thank You in advance for your help Sean Dompe
Thanks for the postings on the Ford N-Series. I was wondering if you could help me out with a possible value on a 1969 Ford N 600 series. I am unaware of what type of motor is in it, But i do know that it is gas. This truck was bought Brand New by the fire Dept. I belong to. It has somewhere around ten thousand original miles. If you could help or point me in the direction of someone that could help I would Really appreciate it. Thanks, Nick
hello, you helped me a great deal about 2 months ago when i posted a discussion on accepting a 1964 N series cab that a guy sent me thinking it would work for the F series trucks. I did not accept it and he sent me my check back and told me to keep the cab and try to get what i could out of it if I wanted to sell it. Is there a demand for these out there and if so what should i be asking for it. it is very solid except for a little rust through quarter size on the right rear lower cab corner. Please let me know if you know anyone who may be interested, i am in south central Pa. thanks, bryan
I am a widow, I build my own cars and trucks, like doing car shows and swap meets, and visiting with other car and truck people
Trucks, both large and small, I currently have a 56 F 100 big window truck, 1964 Falcon Sprint convertible, 1965 F 100 Ranger, 1967 N 950D, 1977 F 600 roll back, 1986 LTL 9000, 1999 F 250 Super Duty V-10, 2007 Mustang Mach 1. I also enjoy camping, hi
2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
250,000 or more
Miles per year
1,000 - 4,999
60 foot time
1/8 Mile ET
1/8 Mile MPH
1/4 Mile ET
1/4 Mile MPH
64 Falcon Sprint convertible, 65 Ranger, 67 N 950 D
77 F 600 Roll back, 86 LTL 9000, 99 F 250 Super Duty
07 Mustang Mach I
I found this truck in central Colorado in 1993. Spent the next five years rebuilding it to what it is now. It is built with all Ford components with the exception of the Isuzu Trooper gas tank. The truck was a good rust free body to start with. I did all the work on it except for the grafting of the front clip to the truck frame and the paint and body work. Everything else I did. I lost my husband to cancer in Dec. of 98 about six months before I finished it. I got e-mails and cards from the guys on the FTE boards by the dozen, these are the greatest people you will ever find anyplace, I love all you guys. I finished the truck about the first of May 99, just in time to go to Pigeon Ford for the Super Nationals. On the way to Pigeon Forge I turned the truck over and once again I recieved the out pouring of all the FTE people, with calls and cards. About a week later the UPS truck pulled up in front of my house with a three foot trophy from the Ken and the FTE group with a special didication inscribed on it. Needless to say I cried for about an hour or so. Again, a really great bunch of people. I eventually got it back to gether and it had been all down hill ever since.
Love you guys and gals,
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