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Old 03-12-2019, 06:31 AM
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1969 F350 parting out

Hello Guys,
Some of you here will hate me, so for that I'm sorry.
I have a 1969 Ford F350 Cab and Chassis - It probably had a camper or it was a tow truck. I believe the engine is a 352 with a two barrel carb.
I have no need for this truck, I only bought it for the Dana 60 rear end for my 1954 Ford F350. The truck is a little rough but there is some really good parts still on it.
The engine is not locked up but I didn't buy for that. The frame on this thing is solid and straight, and it's beefy! PM me if interested.



 
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Is the carburetor a Autolite 2100 on the '69 F350?
 
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Old 03-12-2019, 10:21 PM
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Is the carburetor a Autolite 2100 on the '69 F350?
Chris - let me check tomorrow. Is there any particular marks or numbers you want me to look for?
 
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Old 03-13-2019, 09:33 AM
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Usually there is a plaque on top of the carb if it's an autolite, but they very rarely last very long. If you can post a couple pictures of the carb, I should be able to tell from that.
 
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Quick... somebody grab it and build a lowered dually!!!!
 
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Sure has all the markings of a project dragster. Jet engine on that frame, and hold on. But really, it is a nice looking truck.
 
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Old 03-15-2019, 08:06 AM
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That's a 68 grill. What do you want on the windshield trim?
 
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Are the brakes disc or drum? I'm looking for the HD 12 x 2.5 drum backing plates, spindles and hubs.
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