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Old 08-04-2011, 05:03 PM
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The New To Me F100

Well, I've seen this truck sitting for over 10yrs now and I stopped and asked if they would sale the truck to me. The lady told me if I could get it out of her yard I could have it for FREE. I'm not sure on the year or engine yet I know its atleast a 1973-76 and a v8 engine. It is 2wd and has been parked since 1989 according to the tag. I know the engine is not seized up but it is missing the carb and radiator and she didnt have any keys for the truck. I have been looking for a new project and now I have it. The seat is pretty much trash but the rest of the interior is in pretty good shape. The glove box was full of 12ga shotgun shells and 22 cal shells

EDIT: If anyone can find me some info on this truck using the VIN please do I can't get anything to come up with it.
VIN>>>> F10HCT43832 carfax say its to short the be a VIN # but the badge on the door says VIN next to this number

Sorry bout the bad pics but all I had was my cell phone









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Old 08-04-2011, 05:09 PM
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lucky....
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Thanks yea theres hardly any rust on the truck but I can't find any info about it to determine what engine is in the truck so I can get a carb and radiator
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Looks to be a 75-76. Can you get a oil of the engine?
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Thanks yea theres hardly any rust on the truck but I can't find any info about it to determine what engine is in the truck so I can get a carb and radiator
really any carb will work as long as it matches the bolt pattern. rad idk
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Looks to be a 75-76. Can you get a oil of the engine?
wha???
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Old 08-04-2011, 05:36 PM
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The person you got it from didn't have a title?
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wha???
Sorry. Pic not oil. Damn auto correct!!
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Sweet ride. Carb and rad should be reasonable to purchase. Bet the gas tank is plenty crusty inside.
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F10<Model H<Engine Code C<Assembly Plant T43832<Build Sequence

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