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  1. Hello everyone I am a new member. I have been restoring Hit & Miss engines for years and have a nice collection. I was at a farm auction last week and found this 1946 Dodge WF32. The body is in great shape and so far I have not found any rot. The engine is free and I don't think it will be a problem to get it running. The steering linkage seems tight but the brakes do no work. Going to clean all the mouse nests out and then pull all the wheels and start with the brakes. This will be my first truck restore, I think is was repainted at sometime in its life and I am going to leave it the way it is. My plan right now is to make it mechanically sound.