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So unless I get scammed I picked this up yesterday with an expected delivery of mid-May.  It will come less the bed, but I would make a FEF hauler out of it anyway...I see an 8bt swap and brake upgrade...

 

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So unless I get scammed I picked this up yesterday with an expected delivery of mid-May.  It will come less the bed, but I would make a FEF hauler out of it anyway...I see an 8bt swap and brake upgrad

I'm posting here because everything is Mark's fault. lol   My girlfriend wants a COE....Mark help encourage this deviant behavior....   We looked at our first one together just the other day...a s

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its a 52 according to the add, I will see once I see the data tag/title

 

As for paint....a lot will depend on the true condition of the metal.  It MIGHT stay as it is if it's in good condition for a while.  I also MIGHT just get it running to get some miles on it before I worry about a power train transplant as I have a few other projects to do (TODD for one).  Add also says engine turns freely, so some compression tests and replace missing parts and might be good to run.

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its a 52 according to the add, I will see once I see the data tag/title

 

As for paint....a lot will depend on the true condition of the metal.  It MIGHT stay as it is if it's in good condition for a while.  I also MIGHT just get it running to get some miles on it before I worry about a power train transplant as I have a few other projects to do (TODD for one).  Add also says engine turns freely, so some compression tests and replace missing parts and might be good to run.

 

Awesome!

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Nice 2-1/2 tonner!

 

I always wanted a cab over B3 or 4 but never found a real good ruist free truck.Now I"m finished collecting any more...have too many trucks :eek:

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so trying to figure some stuff out.  AS a 2.5 ton this would be an "H" model?  Anyone know off hand which engine goes in this beasty?

 

i would guess "JM" model?,  my neighbor to the north is your answer MAN!  

 

just for giggles here is the Oregon licensing fee for larger vehicles. 20150424134658611.pdf

hope MN is better 

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so trying to figure some stuff out.  AS a 2.5 ton this would be an "H" model?  Anyone know off hand which engine goes in this beasty?

Whoopsie Whoopsie..... :eek:

 

I made a big weight rating mistake on this nice cab over you found...it's either a FM..1-1/2 ton, or a GM..1-1/2 ton, or a HM..1-1/2 ton.. or lastly a HHM which is a heavy duty H series two tonner.

 

Please post us the info off the DATA plate when you get er home mark!

Bob

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Yep...

The bigger trucks have wonderful brakes when working as designed. Most all have a frame mounted Midland booster except some of the lighter duty F and G trucks.

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Way to go Mark!!! That truck looks great. I'd drive it looking just like that! I'll have to see how the one by me is going again!

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data tag...looks like a 3HM? What does the "A" at the end of the Serial denote?

 

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Serial Number 8742334

Year 1951

Make Dodge

Model B-3-HM,B-3-HMA,B-3-HHM,B-3-HHMA

Engine 236.6 Flathead Six

Wheelbase 107, 131, 161

Rating 1 1/2 Ton

Engineering Code T328

Plant San Leandro, California

Build Number 334

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