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Old 02-27-2017, 04:28 PM
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1957 - 1960 F100 & Larger F-Series Trucks and parts for sale/wanted

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Old 02-27-2017, 05:22 PM
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58 Ford F100 for sale

I'm selling my Grandfathers 58 Ford F100 short bed. Truck runs and drives good. Just can't afford the gas.

Truck has a freshly rebuilt 351 Windsor engine, AOD transmission from a 83 Ford Thunderbird, Ford 9 inch rear-end including brakes from a 69 Mercury Cougar, independent front suspension from a 78 Dodge Diplomat including brakes, Motorcraft electronic ignition, power steering, power brakes, new plug wires and starter. Battery and fuel tank have been relocated into a built-in box in the bed of the truck.

Pictures available on request

Asking 7000 or best offer

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Here is a 1966 Ford F100 on Craigslist. Looks to be a clean truck. Not mine by the way . . .

https://detroit.craigslist.org/okl/cto/6021209303.html
 
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Looking for a complete Throttle Bellcrank for a 223c.i. I6 for my '58 M-100, from the Peddle to the Carb.
 
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Looking for a cab corner

I am looking for a usable driver side rear outer cab corner for a 57-60.


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2010 Superduty
 
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Hello all -
I spend most of my time over on the 61-66 forum, but I picked up some 57-60 NOS parts at a recent Little Dearborn auction in Minneapolis.

I thought I'd post a few things here to gauge interest. I've got a waterpump in the box from a 223 (pn b7a-8501-a) and a parking brake handle part number b7a-2780-a.

I've got a bunch of hubcaps from the 50s-70s, let me know if you're looking for a particular style.

I've got a lot more parts to look through and identify, let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,
Corey

 
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Looking for one Budd #70740 wheel, 6 lug, 7 1/4" pattern, that is a 19.5" x 5.25" tubeless. Thanks, Dave
 
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Mercury Emblems

Hi

I have a full set of emblems for a 40's or 50's not sure which era, Ford Mercury F100 Pick up.

Was wondering if that is something someone in the group would be interested in.
 
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I spend most of my time over on the 61-66 forum, but I picked up some 57-60 NOS parts at a recent Little Dearborn auction in Minneapolis.

I thought I'd post a few things here to gauge interest. I've got a waterpump in the box from a 223 ( B7A-8501-A) and a parking brake control assy. part number B7A-2780-A
B7A-2780-A .. Park Brake Control Assy: 1957/58 Ford Passenger Cars.

B7A-8501-A .. 223 Waterpump: 1957/59 Ford Passenger Cars.

The emblems pictured in post #8 are not from the 1940's or 1950's.

The right & left hood side 'spears' are from a 1961/62 F100.

The two hood side emblems at the left are 1963/64 M100. The Twin I-Beam emblems are 1965/68 M100 2WD.
 
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'59 F350 9' Pickup with Cummins 6at

I have decided to sell my F350. Here are some particulars:

About 2500 miles since mechanical restoration.
120 hp six cyl cummins 6at excellent strong runner
GM sm465 4 speed manual new cluch assembly
sterling 10 1/4 rear axle from '93 f350
Front hub adapters for all wheels 8 lug
New brakes including all lines, hoses and master and wheel cylinders
Very nice seat from a '90s f250
Original bed wood good condition
Excellent radiator from 90's f250
Everything works well drive it anywhere with no worries
On youtube 'cummins 6at Pete Cahoun' That's the engine in it
also '59 f360 with cummins 6at' Thats an early video we did after conversion.

Asking 6500.00 Send me a PM please Thanks, Gary
 
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Hi i hope im in the correct area. I am searching for 2. 1957 FORD 250 emblems that go on botj sides of the hood. My elderly father has this 1957 truck, and he takes great care of it, but those two emblems need replaced. My dad lost his two sons to cancer, my beloved brothers. He doesnt smile much any more. Im trying so hard to find these because to replace those, i know i would make him happy, and i want to see him smile especially from the shock from me actually finding them, and surprising him with them. I dont know how long we will be blessed before one of us goes. I just want to do something that i know would bring joy to his face. I miss it. Hes been a great dad. The best on earth. Pls if you can help. Pls let me know. Thank you. Teresa H
 
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Hi there!

Does anybody by chance have a bench seat for my 58 F100 panel truck?

It had originally a single driver's seat I guess but I hope that benches were put in also. I saw some in pickup trucks from the same year. They should fit in the panel truck, too, shouldn't they?

I saw also a picture of a 2nd row bench, seemed to be foldable. I'd be interested in such a bench, too.

Thank you and best regards,

Markus
 
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F100 Parts

I make parts for F100 trucks ranging from mid 40s to late 60s. I have made up a bunch of running boards, cab tops (both chopped and not) Front fenders and all. I have many years of fiberglass experience and a shop to create molds and any body part needed. Fiberglass is a durable material and will outlast steel. Contact me at [email protected] with any requests or questions! Thanks - Bruce
 
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Great! Thank you! I will!
 
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