1948 Ford F1 4x2 - 1948 F1 Panel


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Album Title: 1948 F1 Panel
the start
Created: Last Update:
Dick Crabtree Erie, Pennsylvania
1948 Ford F1 Rough
Flathead V8 manual 4x2
Interior: Stock
Exterior: Stock w/rust
Mileage: 0
Modifications
Views: 676 Average Vote: 6.00 (3 Votes)

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Comments
my comment? Just a bit of advice: Keep your comments to yourself. If you don't have anything nice to say, then don't say anything at all. This isn't the HAMB forum. If you wanna throw darts, leave and throw them there instead.
By DS02F250


That is nice 48 keep me posted on how your restoreing it go'es.
By sglaine


The 48 Panel is a great start. I wish my first 52 panel had looked that good when I started. Please update your gallery as you progress. I look forward to seeing your finished product.
By 52 panel


good looking foundation. Doesn't look like it spent much time on the winter roads.
By AXracer


Looks great as a project!
By BigF350


that panel really looks like it has been treated right.I go to Erie,all the time,and I wonder if the new casino is boomin'--The adds are on our tv every day now.I have to save my pesos for my projects,and not gamblin!I hope the best for you and your panel--Bill
By WALFORD'S 56


Dang, Dick. It looked better BEFORE you took it off that trailer and "fixed" it.. LOL
By raerjim





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