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Evan and the Fargo Kew

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About Evan and the Fargo Kew

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    Male
  • My Project Cars
    Fargo Kew - late 40s / early 50s

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  • Biography
    I like steel
  • Occupation
    Registered nurse

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  • Location
    NSW Australia
  • Interests
    Bikes and trucks

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  1. Tony that would be absolutely amazing!! Thank you very much!!
  2. Yes definitely! Hard to explain in writing. But I’m a purest and want to keep as much as I can original. Bagged with a timber shortbed tray. I love the patina so will be sealing it. Also interested to hear about what products people have used for this
  3. Hahaha wow! Love the history. I’ll be looking to convert to a shortbed and hopefully put smaller wheels on to bring him closer to the ground. Thank you so much for looking Andyd!! 😀😀
  4. Help needed please. Hi all, thanks in advance for any assistant!! I am am new to the world of car restoration. I love the history of vintage vehicles and there are so many deserving machines out there that need love. I have inherited a Fargo Kew and super excited to get started. It’s a little daunting to be honest. But first of all I would love to find out a touch more about my truck. Im not sure what’s under the bonnet or what year it is. Sourcing parts will another challenge. Happy to admit I’m a full newbie but hoping to tap into the wealth of knowledge of this forum.  Thanks again 🙏
  5. Thanks Andy you’re an absolute legend!! Will definitely pick your brain if that’s ok. I’m on the Central Coast just above Sydney. Will have to freight a few cases of beer up!!
  6. Thanks so much for that HotRodTractor. I am in Australia. Just waiting to have the truck transported to me and I’ll start investigating 😀
  7. Help needed please. Hi all, thanks in advance for any assistant!! I am am new to the world of car restoration. I love the history of vintage vehicles and there are so many deserving machines out there that need love. I have inherited a Fargo Kew and super excited to get started. It’s a little daunting to be honest. But first of all I would love to find out a touch more about my truck. Im not sure what’s under the bonnet or what year it is. Sourcing parts will another challenge. Happy to admit I’m a full newbie but hoping to tap into the wealth of knowledge of this forum. Thanks again 🙏
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