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1935 1 1/2 Ton Stakebed Ford Truck- For Sale

Ground up restoration. For Sale- Contact xcgas@cox.net for more information UPDATE: This truck was taken off the market but has recently been put back up for sale as of 9/27/2013. Written appraisal for over $32K asking $28K.


 


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