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Re: 1952 f3 truck

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ObsoElitist

05-09-2015 08:17:18




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Yep, thats me. It is 52 F2 Marmon-Herrington, and while the wrong nose is on it, the right one came with it and has the oval HM badges too. I forgot about the axle number. It rained for 2 days here and when the mud dries I will slide under it with a wire brush. I did get a steering column, and have not had time to work on this one, but did have the CHP verify the VIN and make sure it wasnt too good to be true. I have an engine-less 51 F2 on the trailer now, a guy is trading straight up for a 51 Ford F series 3/4 ton step van.

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Truckdog62563

05-09-2015 08:47:16




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 Re: 1952 f3 truck in reply to ObsoElitist, 05-09-2015 08:17:18  
Thanks Paul. Please think of me on the axle number for sure, and I forget if you sent me the VIN and MH numbers. Send them too if you would. And if you sell the truck down the road please save my contact info for the buyer. Thx.

Also, you said you'd like to have 17" wheels. It was the F-3s that got 17s. Either Budd #44820 or Budd #59340. Honestly correct F-2 MH wheels are rarer, Budd #47210s. Unfortunately yours aren't originals. Yours look home made in the pictures and have Goodyear split rings. Originals have Firestone RHP solid/unbroken ring/rim combos. I know of an available set FWIW. Stu

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