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Becuase I was out of work at the time :



Because I fell in love with the white stang that arrived at dealer shortly after taking delivery :

 
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i miss my 65. F100, 90 000 miles, third owner, too much rust for a first project. sigh. got to find a picture of it, she was a beaut,
 
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how do i post a picture if i have it on my hard drive? the only way im finding to do it is it has to be online already.
 
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it has to be online already! For this you can use photobucket.com , imgup.com , or even sign up for a free aol mail account and they have photo savings as well



Jim
 
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:not-fair: i really wanted to keep this thing, just not enough there for a first project, at least it went to a good home though, i can be happy about that at least. the people are actually moving to a town about 25-30 minutes from me, so i can at least go see it. they pretty much wanted it for the title, the body was getting put onto a 91 F250(or 350) 7.3 frame and running gear. so it''l be around for a long time when its finished.



 
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I wanna come visit you! That's a beautiful looking area! Makes some very nice background for pictures! :fing1:



Jim
 
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believe it or not, but the background of the pic of me driving the truck on, those mountains were burned completely bare in 1998. it is a beautiful area, i am very happy to live here.
 

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:not-fair: i really wanted to keep this thing, just not enough there for a first project, at least it went to a good home though, i can be happy about that at least. the people are actually moving to a town about 25-30 minutes from me, so i can at least go see it. they pretty much wanted it for the title, the body was getting put onto a 91 F250(or 350) 7.3 frame and running gear. so it''l be around for a long time when its finished.



WOW!!!!!
Thats a nice looking truck and it looks like it was in great condition
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I agree



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i bought it from my uncle. it was his farm truck, alberta dirt roads where this trucks life, but you could tell underneath, lots of mud down there. he had a set of custom cattle racks for it (they were made of plywood, but had professional pinstriping) and its amazing how nice the box was. the front of the floor was rotted, but the side were actually real nice. fenders were no good. cab was fixable, but needed work. windshield only had one pit. grill was mint, front bumper was good. the only dents the hood had were from after i took it off teh wind actually picked it up and blew it across the yard, but still only two small dents. one day i've gotta get another one, for sure
 
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i was really tempted to cut that out and keep it for the 79, just because the shell was so nice....
 
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