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    Quote Originally Posted by techinspector1 View Post
    The radiator is a '28/'29.

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    Thanks for the information!

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    Nice! Great job on the VW, too. What's the plan for the Model A?
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    Quote Originally Posted by falconvan View Post
    Nice! Great job on the VW, too. What's the plan for the Model A?
    Thanks! I don't have a plan yet. I ran across these for a good price so I am going to drag them home and get a better look at them after I clean them up.

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    Very cool find!
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    I removed all of the building roof off of the AA truck



    Aired up all 4 tires. All held for a while, but then this happened!



    That is the tube ballooning out of the tire. It then went flat

    Also drug the A truck to the edge of the woods. This truck is just for parts. The frame is rusted in half and is missing a lot of parts.



    Both trucks are ready for the tow truck!

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    That was a may pop for sure! What are your plans for the build of these?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 40FordDeluxe View Post
    That was a may pop for sure! What are your plans for the build of these?
    Not sure, but now that they are home, I can clean them up and see what there is to work with.

    The red steering wheel is the best part of this truck. Both frame rails are rusted in half.


    Compared to the heavy flaky rust on the AA rails, these tire stickers seem to have held up better to the moisture that the steel did








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    Gonna be some fun figuring out how to create something out of those pieces! Your last picture reminds me of my barn/shop/space - the amount of "stuff" expands exponentially to fill the available floor space, and then doubles!!
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    Doesn't it make ya wish they had gotten dry storage 50 years ago?
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    Installed the rear safari window in the Single Cab







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    Quote Originally Posted by rspears View Post
    Gonna be some fun figuring out how to create something out of those pieces! Your last picture reminds me of my barn/shop/space - the amount of "stuff" expands exponentially to fill the available floor space, and then doubles!!
    Isn't that the truth!

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    I took the truck on its first road trip yesterday! There was no shortage of camera phones and thumbs up, which is always nice. One guy was gawking so hard he nearly hit the center divider. I drove it to Cars and Coffee in Jacksonville FL. I had never attended before and was expecting 50 cars. It was so big that the police were directing traffic for the 500 or so cars that were there! Also stopped off at an Autocross on Amelia Island, just to watch.



    The truck drove great with no issues other than the lack of side glass and heat
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    love the work
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    Quote Originally Posted by TooMany2count View Post
    love the work
    Thanks so much!

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    I may have a problem. This wound up in my garage today. Numbers matching


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