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    A freind brought this over the other day. It was in a box of stuff from an auction. I did some research and think it could be from a 58 Ranch Wagon. Can anyone tell me for sure? Thanks Rod
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    79A is the body code for a 1958 four door Ford Ranch wagon. I believe the first year where they made a 2 door and a 4 door Ranch wagon. Before that all Ranch Wagons were 2 doors.

    Sal

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    • Mitch
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      Welcome SAl

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    Heya Sal, WELCOME to the VFF!!
    You wana look waaay far up da road and plan yer route because the brakes are far more of a suggestion than a command!

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      Welcome Sal from down under.

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        Thanks to all for the warm welcomes !

        Sal

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          I didn't realize Rowdy's post was from 6 months ago. I'll have to pay attention to the details.

          Sal

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          • Rowdy
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            No problem Sal. The guy was disapointed in the info I gave him. But facts are facts. Rod

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