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  1. 1948 Ford F-100 On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/334729012512?
  2. 1941 FORD TRUCK FARM WORK OLD PATINA ORIGINAL PAINT On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/234879193291?
  3. 1936 ford pickup truck Project On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/155373843489?
  4. 1950 Ford Other Pickups F-1 with flat head v-8 it runs! On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/185745385801?
  5. 1940 Ford COE Cab Over Engine On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/325492961059?
  6. 1940 Ford 1/2 Ton Pickup On Ebay https://ebay.us/UdbjxB
  7. 1941 Ford COE CREW CAB On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/325492854614?
  8. 1947 ford panel truck Ford flathead 6 On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/285101805047?
  9. 1940 Ford Other Pickups On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/175564767997?
  10. 1942 Ford Pick Up Truck - Flat Head 8 Cylinder On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/185725048312?
  11. 1950 Ford F-100 F1 pickup truck On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/334686719811?
  12. 1947 Ford F-1 Pickup Truck Pro Street, Street Rod On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/275575994533?
  13. 1933 ford pickup truck 60s hotrod On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/165834387913?
  14. 1947 Ford F-1 Pickup Truck Pro Street, Street Rod On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/275575994533?
  15. 1942 Ford Wrecker Truck On Ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/195510611926?
  16. Hey everyone! Im new on this forum and I have been reading and learning more about my '53 Cranbrook everyday. After my Grandpa passed away a few years ago my Grandma was going to sell his '53. I had seen it in the shed beside their house my entire life and always thought that it look really cool so I wasnt going to let her sell it off never to be seen again. I was still in college and one morning on my way to class (I was a commuter at University of North Carolina at Charlotte) I drove passed my Grandma's house like always. at the next stoplight I was behind a rollback with an identical '53 on the back! I freaked and called my dad, I had him leave work and check to make sure Grandpa's car was still there while I chased the rollback down the interstate. Luckily Grandpa's was still in the shed and all was fine. Since then I have been keeping an eye on the car and trying to come up with a plan for it. Grandma said that once I move it it cant come back. I had no room at my parents for another project. I bought a house this past April with a small garage in the basement BINGO! Here is where the deadline and race against the clock comes in..... Im engaged, and in all the stress and chaos of planning the wedding I convinced my fiance , Jesse, how cool it would be to drive the '53 in the wedding just like my grandparents! The wedding is in June so we are looking at less than 7 months to go till the big day. Sorry for the long first post so here are some pictures to break it up. Hope yall enjoy! Also ANY advise is ALWAYS welcome because I know im going to need plenty of it haha. Thanks, Dustin
  17. 47' Plymouth Special Deluxe Will be a lot of trouble mounting a Ford 9" rear end? The leaf spring mount is welded to the axle. If I cut the leaf spring bracket off the existing axle. Measure, etc and attach it to the new one will i run into any issues? ALSO, the shocks on the rear axle are mounted at a 45 degree angle. Why is that? Is that accomplishing anything? I know there are a lot of things I'd have to tweak. But looking for an overall guess on it? Another question. I have a custom 15 gallon universal gas tank installed. There is a hose and what appears to be a vent that attaches above the axle to the underside of the body. Every time I fill it up all the way it leaks like nothing I ain't ever seen before. If i fill it up just about halfway I have no issues. Ideas?
  18. Hey guys, while chasing some old Jeep parts and checking on an ebay 5 speed from a `48 that we didn't grab, I had an epiphany about a long convoluted way to get a poor man's OD for running behind the original 230 in my old man's Pilothouse 1 Ton. So bear with me: He wants to keep the stick and the original rear end, he doesn't want to cut the floor more than necessary, and really wants to keep his "deep first" granny gear for crawling up out of his long, steep driveway (I'm not exaggerating either - couple hundred feet and varies between about 10% and 40% in grade). So the truck has a T9 in it that he's fine with other than the 1 Ton having too short a pumpkin but he doesn't want to change the rear. So, after much research, I hit on the fact that the T8/T9 were the forerunner to the T98 and the grandaddies of the still quite common T18/T19. So what if we put in a later truck 4 speed that we can "somewhat cheaply" adapt to a Dana 18 transfer case that will accept a Warn/Saturn PTO overdrive? Options abound for Dodge New Process 435's as well as Dodge & Ford T98/T18/T19. There are lots of options for the Tcase adaptation and the extra weight is really a non issue in a 1 Ton that's already heavy and always running an empty flatbed. It sounds like a winner IF I can fit one of these later transmissions into the bell of the old 230 without going too crazy. So here are my questions: 1. Does anyone have the specs for the input shaft and bell housing back pattern on these? I know on my Fords the bell's rear is pretty much identical up until they went integral and the variables are all input shaft length, diameter, and spline count. What's up with the old 230 Dodge? I can't seem to find any specifications on this kind of stuff on the web (shaft length, spline count, pilot bearing diameter, etc.). 2. Given the above, the next question (or maybe the real question) is how hard is it to adapt the later truck trannies? 3. How big are the differences for the tranny interface specs (drilling a few mount holes isn't scary but finding a correct or adaptable input shaft is the question) between the old Dodge and my Ford trannies? For instance, I've got a 4x4 T19 sitting out in AZ that we could make a great start with... So what say? Does anyone have either the answers or the raw data so I can find my own? I know you guys have got something! Share with me for the old man's sake! ;-)
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