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1958 F 100. Was sitting in a barn foe 30 years. Changed the fluids and she fired right up.
"Always start out the way you want to end up"
New cub hauler? Vern
Nice! Gotta love the old trucks !
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that is cool. I often dream of someday finding a IH KB cab and mounting it and a flatbed onto my '87 F250 extended cab, with 6.9 IH diesel with Banks turbo. It would look like this
picture from hankstruckpictures .com
Wake up dale, it will never happen
TN Cub Rescue- Out of the Hedgerows and Barns, and back into the Fields and Gardens where they belong.
Today's generation is so used to getting everything IN a box, they can't think OUTSIDE the box
The first truck I ever remember is my dads red 1958 F-100 just like in the picture. It is also the first truck I ever drove. I had to be about 5 years old and my dad was working on fences around the farm and he asked me to drive the truck down to where he was working. I hopped in and he pushed in the clutch with his hand, started the truck and put it in 1st (creeper) gear and let out the clutch. The truck crawled slowly through the field as I "drove" it, scared to death!! Dad walked along side me until it got to where he wanted it, pushed in the clutch and shut off the truck. It's amazing, just something as simple as that, and I will never forget it!!!
Dads truck had a V8 and he had 3 piston sleeves welded together for a muffler and it sounded gooooood. Thanks for posting the pictures. Really brings back some memories.
1929 Farmall Regular
1935 John Deere B
1937 John Deere A
1941 John Deere H
1952 John Deere B
1953 Farmall Cub
High atop Hummingbird Hill
In the Missouri Ozarks
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