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Re: trying to figure a price for rare truck

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oldproudvet

10-28-2014 16:25:06




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By wheat truck I assume you"ve got a tight wood box with good sides and floor. If it hauled grain it would have a hoist. My 35, absolutely rust free and running I paid $800 for at a farm sale in North Central Nebraska. Very common here in MN, the Fords and the Studebakers were plentiful. I've seen them advertised for as high as 2000, but for that it had better have a good title and matching numbers. Ford did not use a vin number in those years. The number is stamped on the frame by the steering sector and on the rear crossmember over the rear axle. And on the Transmission. They MUST match your title to have anything viable in a Ford. Pics are essential, are the tires correct and good? Can I drive it down the road at 40mph and stop? My 2 bits

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