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  1. 77&79F250
    12-06-2017 08:09 PM - permalink
    "I don't get to the Missouri chapter forum much"...? And why not, we are small friendly group and all Ford minded. Stop on by and intro yourself. "I usually stay on the 48-56 group"...that is ok by us, a Ford is a Ford is a Ford and we have a few that have some old iron also.
  2. 77&79F250
    12-05-2017 03:41 PM - permalink
    Here is a great way to locate fellow FTE members.

    And make sure to stop by the monthly chat BS thread. Dec is here.

    Ever come to the summer time Bolivar square car show? I have been there a few times with my blue 79. I live just outside of next time you are visiting your folks, let me know thru FTE.

  3. CJMOStang
    10-27-2017 10:06 PM - permalink
    Hey Harrier
    Good to hear from a Missouri friend. I’m just outside Joplin, what are some of the other member location. I’ve added a picture of my current Stang to my post
  4. Rusted56
    07-12-2016 03:56 PM - permalink
    Hi Joe, thanks for your comments. Cheers
  5. Bobnorway
    11-29-2015 06:58 PM - permalink
    Hi Harrier ! I'm very new to club site.From what I read,you are the man! I'm looking at a 1953f350 he wants 1900 and it runs and has a 9 ft bed.Im looking for a truck to use as a marketing tool with my construction company on doors( that's what I'm telling my wife anyway) It won't be a daily driver ,just a ride around town and car shows in town to get my name out.He did say it needs glass on doors.I have a 1977 MGB ( long story) and playing around with a 1960 MGA restoring ( $$$) those cars really got me thinking about a cool old truck for a marketing tool .I have not seen it in person yet ,but plan on it soon.What should I be looking for ? It runs he said and has 42 k on it
    Thanks Bob
    I thought I'd be the only guy with a MG in the world ,until I found out the power of the Internet and car clubs)
  6. sunnyorm
    09-12-2015 04:29 PM - permalink
    i see your post regarding 1955 f250 fender sizes. how do i determine which size fender to replace my bad driver's front. the truck does not have the original tires or wheels on it.
    Thanks, sunny
  7. underthebridgejim
    07-29-2015 11:55 PM - permalink
    Hi Joe, I just wanted to thank you for the reps, it was very kind.
  8. Chris 56 f6
    02-01-2014 09:31 PM - permalink
    Chris 56 f6
    Chat tonight 53-56
  9. 230thdratsab
    08-16-2013 09:02 AM - permalink
    Morning. Bout what time does the 'last Saturday of the month show' kick off? Is there anything online for more information?

    Thanks, 230thdratsab
  10. christurney77
    10-10-2012 11:16 AM - permalink
    I have a build thread set up in the '47 forum. When I get this truck finished, I would like to find a decent 48-52 truck to start on next. (If my wife doesn't kill me first) BTW, MSSU is a great college. I have had several friends and family members go there. Here is a link to my build.

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  • About Harrier
    California, MO
    My Kids, Running, Truck
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    Current Mileage
    75,000 - 99,999
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    1955 F-250 239 Y-Block
    Y-Block Restoration Thread


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