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Ditto that. The back of the cab don't look terrible(around rain gutter), but sides and doors? Floors? Likely not too pretty and for that kind of money?? Maybe about 1/2 that.

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Larry

1959 B61 Liv'n Large......................

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1974 was an inbetween year. It has the newer style fleet bumper (ILO the old flat bumper), but it still has the old air intake (the "cool power" 300 came out the following year. The best F-models were the 350s (F-788ST's). I sold one of those new with an Eaton 13-speed and the rare deluxe factory interior. TRDL1070 10-speeds were rare.

1978 thru 1981 F-models were the best years.

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I'm looking for a photo of an "F" model, preferably tandem but I'll take what I can get. It's for a book I've written titled FIFTY YEARS OF TRUCKING FROM FLATHEAD FORD TO LONG NOSE PETE. Actually a lot of it talks about Macks because I worked for 2 Mack dealerships, Calgary and Langley B.C. and owned many Macks and Volvos. If anyone knows where I could find a picture I'd sure appreciate it. Thanks Ted Campbell

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I'm looking for a photo of an "F" model, preferably tandem but I'll take what I can get. It's for a book I've written titled FIFTY YEARS OF TRUCKING FROM FLATHEAD FORD TO LONG NOSE PETE. Actually a lot of it talks about Macks because I worked for 2 Mack dealerships, Calgary and Langley B.C. and owned many Macks and Volvos. If anyone knows where I could find a picture I'd sure appreciate it. Thanks Ted Campbell

Ted,

Here is a picture of a 1964 "F" model, F-715T with a V-8 in it!

I know it's not a twin screw but it does have a horseshoe on it!

Ron

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I'm looking for a photo of an "F" model, preferably tandem but I'll take what I can get. It's for a book I've written titled FIFTY YEARS OF TRUCKING FROM FLATHEAD FORD TO LONG NOSE PETE. Actually a lot of it talks about Macks because I worked for 2 Mack dealerships, Calgary and Langley B.C. and owned many Macks and Volvos. If anyone knows where I could find a picture I'd sure appreciate it. Thanks Ted Campbell

well heres a couple, and where might I purchase said book when completed? can I preorder?

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Yea, there is a drop of interest to keep the corporate originality.

Because it's a part of truck's history.

Although in a case the corporate colours looks good.

This is a question of the day for me now.

So here's my part of F's displays.

Vlad

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Никогда не бывает слишком много грузовиков! leversole 11.2012

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