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1954 F800 (o)

I just bought a Ford F800 and will have many questions as I rebuild it.
 
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I just bought a Ford F800 and will have many questions as I rebuild it.
Howdy,

Welcome aboard!


I am sure many people will be glad to help! We Love BIG trucks.


One requirement though..... YOU MUST POST PICTURES! (we love pictures of BIG trucks!)


An easy way to get started is to get a picture hosting account with a site such as Photobucket. Photo and image hosting, free photo galleries, photo editing

That way you can save all your pictures there and just post links to them in forums, emails etc.....(you only "upload" them once)


Cheers,


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Second the welcome! After you upload the pictures to Photobucket, copy the link and then click on the little icon above the message window that looks like a mountain with a yellow background. A small box will pop up to enter the URL of your picture. The picture will then appear in your message. Questions? You've come to the right place!
 
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Thanks Guys, new at this and will take awhile to get up to speed. Did put a couple of pics in my album.
 
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Welcome to the board! Welcome to the madness!

I sure like the bigger trucks, I wish I had the room to take on a project of that size.
Good luck with it

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I see you found it in the woods in Punxatawney, PA. You didn't run over any groundhogs did you?

And yes we want to see more of your truck... Nice low mileage...
 
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Groundhogs would have had time to get out of the way. I couldn't go over 45 MPH because I only had a F150 to pull this old girl home. We made the 4 hour trip but needed a bigger pull truck. Title say's it weighs 5000#, but she was a lot more than that. I just hauled home a 42' Caddy that weighed 4,500# with the same rig and it pulled fine at 60 MPW.
 
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Welcome Viper!

Now, that is a manly man's truck. Looks really solid. Thanks for rescuing another older beauty.

DW
 
 
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