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  • About Mr Mayo
    Location
    Huff, ND
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    ND
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-150
    Year
    1993
    Current Mileage
    100,000 - 124,999
    Miles per year
    1,000 - 4,999
  • Signature
    Blaine
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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 11:11 PM
  • Join Date: 05-21-2007
  • Referrals: 0

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30 Years in the BarnyardUpdated: 08-11-2014
This 1954 F100 belonged to my Father-in-Law, Joe Seiler, who passed away in December, 2006. My wife learned to drive in this pickup. In the nearly 30 years that I've known her, I had never seen this truck in running condition. My plan is to return this truck to the road in Joe's memory.
Views: 221
Vehicle Info: 1954 F100

1955 F100Updated: 08-10-2014
Parts Donor for my '54
Views: 106
Vehicle Info: 2010 F100

1973 F100Updated: 08-10-2014
My son's project
Views: 107
Vehicle Info: 1973 F100

MiscUpdated: 08-02-2014
Miscellaneous Photos
Views: 90
Vehicle Info: 1954 F100

Progress PicsUpdated: 08-03-2014
1954 F100 resto-modernization
Views: 99
Vehicle Info: 1954 F100

Phone CompanyUpdated: 08-11-2014
trucks with phone company boxes
Views: 93
Vehicle Info: 1954 F100

Weight Bench to Topside CreeperUpdated: 08-11-2014
How I made good use of an old weight bench. I threw the bench away, but saved the pad. Though not as versatile as an adjustable topside creeper, it is sized for my truck, and is handy for reaching the back of the engine.
Views: 64
Vehicle Info: 1993 F150



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