Mike got a what?

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  1. Mike

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    old mustang?
    the part that's raising question is the max mph. the lettering does look ford and the high beam dot looks ford. the mph scale indicates harley. dunno for sure.
     
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    Remember what Forum it's posted in....
     
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    i didn't even look there...i got here off the front page.
    ok....1st gen Cummins.
     
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    Still not quite the right forum....
     
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    why in the name of god would you get involved with a 73-87 d350?
     
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    Because the price was right?


    '74 D300 dually 4 spd 400ci with a 10' flat bed. Its going to be nothing more that a hay hauler and wood hauler.

    For the price? My deductible is higher on my 06, if I bash in a fender in the woods it would cost me more to fix than if this 74 burnt to the ground while cutting wood.

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    just make sure when it does burn to the ground, it won't catch the surrounding grassland on fire too.
    that thing looks like a ex-blues brothers cop DOT truck chassis.
    suprised you didn't wind up with a Chebby. You guys up there have an overpopulation of late model chevy pickups. at least that was what I saw flying low through your state last month.
     
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    It was a ranch truck out of Idaho. I believe the mileage to be accurate. Runs nice, doesn't want to start after warmed up good.
     
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    subway be nice to the admin :D

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    Cool toy my buddy had a 79 he could not kill. I like those old trucks, they got some style with the body.
     

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