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Old 11-08-2009, 06:58 AM
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Gentlemen, I'm on the Cape in Sandwich, 56 and feelin'-it
I've got a 65 f-100 that is my daily driver in about the same shape as me
I have a 46 p-up that will be a truck someday,longevity of life permitting.
I'm in the process of building a (72-74-79) F-250 for my son as a work truck
I've got a decent garage for a home shop with a lift, milling machine, lathe, and a few other toys.

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Old 11-09-2009, 01:39 PM
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Hey Eric...good to hear from you...don't be a stranger!!!
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Hey Eric,

Welcome aboard... my wife and I, as well as a couple of other fellow Ford Owner/Mass Beach Buggy Assn members are down there most weekends during the summer camping out on Sandy Neck Beach. The garage sounds great - mine's too small - do most of my work in the driveway! Enjoy the site - it's a bunch of great folks!
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Welcome Eric..

Do you need any parts for the f250 project for your son??

My son has 3 and is trying to shed some of the parts he doesn't need..

In fact he has a whole 1977 F250 if your interested..

Drop me a PM and I will see what he has..
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Old 11-15-2009, 03:10 PM
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Welcome Eric..

Do you need any parts for the f250 project for your son??

My son has 3 and is trying to shed some of the parts he doesn't need..

In fact he has a whole 1977 F250 if your interested..

Drop me a PM and I will see what he has..
Not sure, but I'll let you know, we're pretty much done with the cab and nose, just doing some finish up work before paint. He aquired a 79 f-250 for a chassis that I have not seen yet so not sure what that will need. We don't yet have a bed resolved, I do have a nice flatbed, but he needs tool storeage so we'll need either a utility body or some over or under mount boxes. He's pretty flexable as money is tight and he'll do whatever is cheapest that he can get by with for now.
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Old 11-15-2009, 03:17 PM
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Hey Eric,

Welcome aboard... my wife and I, as well as a couple of other fellow Ford Owner/Mass Beach Buggy Assn members are down there most weekends during the summer camping out on Sandy Neck Beach. The garage sounds great - mine's too small - do most of my work in the driveway! Enjoy the site - it's a bunch of great folks!
I'm not far from there, if you jumped off 6 at exit 2,rt130, I'm only about 2 miles south of there. Used to weekend on the Neck when I was a kid and it was open with no restrictions. Kinda lost interest when they closed down all the back trails. haven't been out there in probably 20 years.
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