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One of my dad's friends wished a '49 F-4 on me that was crusher bound, but I'm a '56 guy. Let's just trade
Look at those F-4 front fenders!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Nice, straight and solid. Drool.

Josh, that '68 longbed would sell for 1,000 as-is around here. Even if it had Flintstone Floor Pans, a raccoon nest in the seat and a stuck engine.
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One of my dad's friends wished a '49 F-4 on me that was crusher bound, but I'm a '56 guy. Let's just trade
Is that your 56 sitting behind the 49..?
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One of my dad's friends wished a '49 F-4 on me that was crusher bound, but I'm a '56 guy. Let's just trade
Nice F4. I'll take you up on that offer if you do all the driving! I'm in Salt Lake Utah.
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Wow that F4 is cool. Maybe you could meet somewhere in the middle? Like Scotland
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...yes, and that giant bed offers a lot of space for additional spare parts to load on!
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Oh please don't scrap it. Yes the guys are right that cab which is mostly decent can fit on a '56 F100 since they're identical. And the '56 was a one-off year. They're getting harder and harder to find. And those fenders are larger than the F100s. They look decent. I paid nearly $400 for my set. They're exceptionally rare. I can't see all of the wheels so I can't say for sure if they're not RH5s or lock-ring style. Soooo much good steel left on this truck.
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