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I LOVE it! I think it would be fun to own.

Looking Cool On My Stool, Not On the Floor. Classic 359 Pete.

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The "Big Job" emblem appears appropriate.

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Rick Knox (29/04/2013)
Some Ford trucks working Colombia South America

I stole this from Facebook. He's in South American. It's a 1952 F 8 WITH a 400 Cummins and 44000# rears. Check out the tilt hood!


You're confusin' me Rick, I thought I had posted on this thread, then realized same picture different forum. LOL

Like I posted on the other forum, wonder how it would look with the fenders dropped about 4" and side panels fabbed to fit between fenders and hood. Width might be a problem.

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I kind of like it.

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Wow - talk about a tire to fender gap! :blink:

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Some Ford trucks working Colombia South America

I stole this from Facebook. He's in South American. It's a 1952 F 8 WITH a 400 Cummins and 44000# rears. Check out the tilt hood!

Looking Cool On My Stool, Not On the Floor. Classic 359 Pete.

Grain Valley Mo.


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