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Old 01-10-2018, 08:45 AM
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Wow! That is neat! Too bad about the missing tailgate.

Is it a dump bed?
 
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Wow! That is a neat M350!

Is it a dump bed? That would make it more valuable.

Too bad about the missing tailgate.

Edit: nevermind the double post!.... But it is a neat truck!
 
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Is it a dump bed? That would make it more valuable.
The bed does sit up a bit, doesn't it? And no rust on the front of the rear fender, like the running board has never been attached.
 
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Yes I would say it's a dump bed by the box being raised up which is noticeable at the front " gap to running board " and the rear fenders " just covered by the running board " I had a 47 gmc that looked identical .
 
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...Found these today. Sitting in the middle of nowhere..... Now to find out who owns the property and get the story on them. ...........




 
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Hey Stan,
Great picture of our old abandoned trucks... So....how cold was it
today while you were just driving around up there in Saskatchewan?

We hit 14 degrees this past week here in Austin, TX ... felt like Siberia to us.

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...It is getting up to melting point here during the day....and as you can see...no snow. Very unusual winter for us. Normally we are well into the minus temperatures and those trucks should be buried in snow. But we are keeping in mind that winter is not over yet and our normal could hit over night. Mean while, we enjoy it.
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This one has been sitting on the edge of town for a few months now.

 
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Looks buildable! script bed too!
 
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A 53 F350 flatbed beverage truck with door art? And a script bed? Better go and offer them some money!
 
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A 53 F350 flatbed beverage truck with door art? And a script bed? Better go and offer them some money!
I kind of want it, now that I've stopped to look at it. Just because I don't have the time or the money for another project doesn't mean I shouldn't own it.
 
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Old 02-04-2018, 04:51 PM
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I kind of want it, now that I've stopped to look at it. Just because I don't have the time or the money for another project doesn't mean I shouldn't own it.
It looks in great shape, has the stock grille Guard, still has the spare tire holder, the original mirror arms, and even most of the rack hardware!

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It looks in great shape, has the stock grille Guard, still has the spare tire holder, the original mirror arms, and even most of the rack hardware!

It is nice to have enabling friends, isn't it?
And it's a flathead. I like my flatheads. Maybe Ill swing by tomorrow and see if I can get a price on it. Cant hurt to ask...
 
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That's a nice looking truck. You need it.
It looks like the current owner sprung for the cheater slicks on the back. That flathead must be hopped up.
 
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Decent looking truck there! All of the stakes are there for the script bed. They are the hardest part to find.
It has column shift, is that normal for an F350?
Cool truck, Mark
 
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