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The hubcap.

No problem, it will buff out...

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I won't have anything new, its getting time to get the 49 Plymouth restored and pull the 72 Chev pickup out of mothballs and back on the road.


If you need a hubcap, this one appeared this spring when the dry Texas dirt in my yard covering it up blew away.
Frank may have to do his magic on it.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/48e9533c-7afd-437c-abba-aeb4.jpg


I might just have to have a go at that hub cap just to keep in practice

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My first car was a 49 Plymouth 4dr deluxe complete with gasoline heater under the glove box After a successful evasion of the county sheriff at speeds in excess of 85 MPH on a graveled road the old flat 6 decided it had, had enough of my abusive driving. so my dad and I dropped a 383 and the entire drive train from a 68 Belvedere in it. Me and the county sheriff had a couple of rematches. I'd lure him onto the gravel and dirt roads each time and loose him. 

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My first car was a 1941 Mercury coupe. I was pretty solid, but it did smoke a bit. So I rebuilt a '50 Mercury engine for it. Put in a mild cam and slightly larger carb jets. It did run! I drove it from NY to Texas when I went back to where I was stationed in the AF. Sure wish I had it today, likely some of you could say the same. I sold it to a buddy and bought a '52 Ford. My son has it now.
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My first car was a 49 4dr special deluxe, (I think they all were) brush painted two tone Rustoleum green. Lawdy, what a pig!


I inherited my Uncle Lee’s ’48 DeSoto Fluid Drive in ’55. It had a fluid coupling, clutch and a 3 speed transmission on the column. 0 to 60 in 5 minutes. I destroyed it on our dirt track behind the barn before I was old enough to get my license.




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I will have to check out the Plymouth Special Deluxe, sounds like an interesting car, I've probably seen one, just didn't know what I was looking at.

Eddy, I suspect that prior to '59 if you had a need for a 4wd pickup it was a Marmon Herrington kit that one needed after you left the Ford dealer? Was the F100 of this era a joint venture with a firm like Marmon Herrington or was this solely a Ford product?



Would have been a Marmon Herring or IIRC a Coleman in earlier years
1959 was the first year for a Ford 4WD from the factory. Ford used the Spicer transfer case.


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I will have to check out the Plymouth Special Deluxe, sounds like an interesting car, I've probably seen one, just didn't know what I was looking at.

Eddy, I suspect that prior to '59 if you had a need for a 4wd pickup it was a Marmon Herrington kit that one needed after you left the Ford dealer? Was the F100 of this era a joint venture with a firm like Marmon Herrington or was this solely a Ford product?

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My first car was a 49 4dr special deluxe, (I think they all were) brush painted two tone Rustoleum green. Lawdy, what a pig!


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I don't have the budget model I'll have you know, I've the Special Delux


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Aaron (8/2/2022)
I won't have anything new, its getting time to get the 49 Plymouth restored and pull the 72 Chev pickup out of mothballs and back on the road.


If you need a hubcap, this one appeared this spring when the dry Texas dirt in my yard covering it up blew away.
Frank may have to do his magic on it.
http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/48e9533c-7afd-437c-abba-aeb4.jpg



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