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post #1 of 2 Old 11-09-2009, 01:44 PM Thread Starter Fanatic
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input on my 95 F150

this was my first truck. so she has some heart strings attached to her. I settled when I found her since the price was right and I wanted a truck and needed a vehicle at the time. I fell in love with her as I drove her even if she was only a 2 weel drive and a gasser. she isnt in bad shape and has under 100000 mile. but she has the usual ford body rust starting. and all the typical rusty parts and line for a truck of her age in nys

well I bought my f250 7.3 and now IDK what to do with my truck. I would love to fix her up maybe even slap a powerstroke or 12v in there but right now I am putting all the toys in my 250 so she is just going to sit for a wile. I dont have room in a barn or garage so she just going to be out in the weather till I can start working on her.

I love the obs the newer 150s body suck. they are just plain ugly so I will almost never have another 150 if I get rid or her.

what do you guys think should i keep her and just let her sit for a wile till I can start on her or sell her and let some other kid love her to death.
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I would say keep it, if nothing else for a beater or backup truck. The way she is right now you wouldn't mind putting greasy or nasty parts and junk in the bed. Never know when one of your others could take a few days off. Buy a metal stand alone awning and put it under it. I have one I keep my F250, 2 atvs, riding mower and a small tractor under. Just make sure it can stand up to the snow since you're in the north.

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