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Old 10-29-2017, 05:18 PM
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That black '54 is something. Just nice proportions for what it is ... is it stock? Do they have unique model names like the F series?
 
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Instead of the Full as in F100, F250, etc the first letter is C as in C500, C600, etc.
 
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Have to love the driver seat in the 52 coe. Great trucks and stories guys. Its raining heavy here this evening in central NY. And in low 40s. Just out in garage enjoying thread next to wood stove.
 
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Here's two from a Ford promo shot.

 
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My '50 F-6 project. Making bon-bons from horse manure. Short story about this is that it was always rode hard and put away wet, and literally run into the ground.

'50 F-6
 
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Here are some more cab-over pics:


53 C500 M-H



53 C600



53 C600 with grain bed and hoist


53 Big Job tractor and trailer



54 C600



54 C800 Big Job Tractor in Europe
 
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You've all seen this 54 C600 feed truck before



a cool 54 C600 dump truck



54 cabover from a Ford promo picture



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Mixer man I love your cement truck. I'm sure that's the only one. So cool. The coe that looks like a suburban makes me want to find one to own. I'm sure that's a rare one. These all give me ideas for mine.. Thinking of just flatbed but, maybe worth looking for something more unique to put on. Anybody no of anything to put on a 134 wb???
 
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That black '54 is something. Just nice proportions for what it is ... is it stock? Do they have unique model names like the F series?
It is a C600 but not stock. It has a 460 ford with 4 speed transmission ps/pb
 
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hey pweng, are the wheels on the 54 the wheels you got from me in hancock Maryland, if so i'm glad I could help ya. truck looks real good.
 
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hey pweng, are the wheels on the 54 the wheels you got from me in hancock Maryland, if so i'm glad I could help ya. truck looks real good.
Yes but they aren't on in that pic. You may like to know that the oldest son is working as a welder now.
 
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Mixer man I love your cement truck. I'm sure that's the only one. So cool. Anybody know of anything to put on a 134 wb???
Nope, there are four others that have been completely restored as far as I know.
As far as what to mount on a 134" wb is pretty much up to your imagination but you have to consider the Cab-Axle (CA) dimension and weight distribution. A 134" wb yields a 106" CA and a 49" axle-to-end-of-frame (AF) dimension, so basically you have 155" to play with.

Flat/stake bed
Wrecker (with frame bobbed).
Long bed (custom) pickup.
Dump body.
Box van.
Car hauler (with chassis mods).
Car hauler tractor.
Etc, etc.
 
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Have to love the driver seat in the 52 coe. Great trucks and stories guys. Its raining heavy here this evening in central NY. And in low 40s. Just out in garage enjoying thread next to wood stove.
thats cool, with that big spring under the driverseat
 
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thats cool, with that big spring under the driverseat
Yes i was thinking of putting the originals back in mine 52 Coe did you replace the shock?
 
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