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  1. milehighmagoo
    11-08-2013 11:04 AM - permalink
    Hello Ms Michelle,

    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?

    Thank you very much for your time
  2. jayft8
    08-04-2012 11:29 PM - permalink
    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!!!
  3. plumber01
    07-20-2012 08:48 AM - permalink
    Sounds good, I may start setting something up pretty soon, I'll have all the info in the Texas Chapter, Have fun and stay Blue
  4. plumber01
    12-12-2011 06:24 PM - permalink
    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
  5. Sdompe
    04-24-2011 11:30 PM - permalink
    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 sdompe@gmail.com Thank You in advance for your help Sean Dompe
  6. kallio23
    12-11-2010 01:58 AM - permalink
    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
  7. bwalt11
    08-27-2010 09:57 PM - permalink
    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
  8. stano40
    08-18-2010 08:57 PM - permalink
    Hi Michelle,

    Wanted to ask you if you know where I can get a cable from the gas pedal to the carb for a Ford N600 1965

    bob/Wells, Maine
  9. vikingdvr84
    08-11-2010 06:35 PM - permalink
    hi i own a 1965 f100 ranger would love to talk with you ross
  10. F100steve
    08-08-2010 11:35 PM - permalink
    Ms_Michelle, I love the wheels on your 65 Ranger. Whose are they and what size? Do they fit the 5 1/2" bolt pattern or did you change axels/hubs? thanks for any info, F100Steve.

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  • About ms_michelle
    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
    Smithville TX.
    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
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    1,000 - 4,999
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    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


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