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No no, you’re thinking Napco. I think the only Fabcos I’ve seen were Fords. And like Chuck said above, generally ‘55 but we do have the one ‘56. But those others pictured and linked don’t look to have the raised cab and clip. Confusing. Stu
 
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No no, youíre thinking Napco. I think the only Fabcos Iíve seen were Fords. And like Chuck said above, generally Ď55 but we do have the one Ď56. But those others pictured and linked donít look to have the raised cab and clip. Confusing. Stu
oh, wow. I didn't know that. So a Fabco in itself is rare, not just a Ford Fabco.
 
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Figure out if your front axle is salvageable. Figure out if the t-case works. If you can check those two things off find a donor frame and do a swap. And then speculate for years why the frame was cut and stacked. Another unsolved awd conversion mystery! Just my 2 cents.
 
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By the looks of the t-case shift rod I don't think Fabco did that frame stack. Seems to me the bend in the rod came after the stack to make it work with the stack. Fabco would have given more thought to the linkage angle imho.
 

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