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F100 vs F250 1959 4X4

 
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Here are the numbers from the Rating Plate:

F10C9R34022 / WB: 118 / COLOR: G / MODEL: F180 / DATE: 29D / TRANS: A / AXLE: 02A / MAX GVW LBS: 05600 / CERT NET HP: 158 / RPM: 4000
F10 = F100.

C = 292 2V

9 = 1959.

R = San Jose CA Assembly Plant.

34022 = 1959 Numerical Sequence of Assembly, the trucks specific serial number.

118" Wheelbase.

G = April Green.

F180 = F100 4WD, 5,600 lbs. GVWR

29D = Assembled April 29, 1959 (A: January; M: December; the letter I is skipped).

A = Ford 3 Speed Manual Transmission.

02A: 02 = Ford 9" Rear Axle / 3.89-1 / 3,300 lbs. Rear Axle Capacity // A = Spicer/Dana 44 Front Driving Axle / 3.92-1 / 3,000 lbs. Front Axle Capacity.

5,600 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

158 net HP @ 4,000 RPM
 
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Thanks Bill! I knew you would show up sooner or later to clear things up. Don't know how I got March in there, I clearly seen April?
 
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Thanks Bill! I knew you would show up sooner or later to clear things up. Don't know how I got March in there, I clearly seen April?
The OP typed 400 which made you think it was a DSO special order, but the OP omitted the last zero which pertains to 4000 RPM

DSO special order codes (if the trucks have them) follow the RPM on Warranty Plates, are composed of at least 4 numbers thru 1962.
 
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Thanks Bill! I knew you would show up sooner or later to clear things up. Don't know how I got March in there, I clearly seen April?

I still drive by Teddy's Mother every time I go the 200 mile round trip
to town for supply's. But I always forget the camera. The one time I had it
the kids had it on panoramic and it just didn't work. Some day when the
snow is gone I will post up some pic's. She has the same paint as Teddy.
Is a DRW big *** flat bed. She is clean and hauled a giant load up the
Alcan Hwy to here. Than got parked with a for sale sign on her. Like yours
she still looks new. I bet she could be bought for a song as the storage
yard she is in can't be cheap. Just sharing fridge **** Bud.
 
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Originally Posted by arctic y block View Post
I still drive by Teddy's Mother every time I go the 200 mile round trip
to town for supply's. But I always forget the camera. The one time I had it
the kids had it on panoramic and it just didn't work. Some day when the
snow is gone I will post up some pic's. She has the same paint as Teddy.
Is a DRW big *** flat bed. She is clean and hauled a giant load up the
Alcan Hwy to here. Than got parked with a for sale sign on her. Like yours
she still looks new. I bet she could be bought for a song as the storage
yard she is in can't be cheap. Just sharing fridge **** Bud.
But shipping "Teddy's Mother" by barge from the island you live on...to mainland Ketchikan, Vancouver BC, Bellingham or Seattle, then shipping it by truck to the new owner will be expensive.

btw: The first vehicle to drive the entire length of the completed ALCAN Highway was a GI issue 1941 Studebaker 6X6.

There are 2 very rusty examples in the Glenallen roadside ALCAN Highway Museum, 3 more in the AK Transportation Museum in Wasilla. A private collector in AK has at least a dozen more.
 
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I have been to Glenallen. That's as for north as I have been. All that's there is brush.
They have never seen a tree over 15 feet tall I think.
 
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Anyone have a line on one of these same 3spd manual transmissions? I am looking at a 60 f250 that has a c-6 in it but came with the 3spd? All my other trucks have the 4speed.
 
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