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    I saw this on Facebook “COE and one tons” Typically I do not like modified A’s, however this one is an exception that was tastefully done.
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    I saw one on craigslist that was a pickup made from a 31 SW fordor, it is an unusual looking truck.
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      Its hard to top Edsel Ford and Joe Galamb in my opinion.

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        This one is my favorite. I tried to buy it, but he would not sell. My idea of a perfect model A pickup. 29 town sedan with a late 31 cab back and roof grafted on.
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        Bill
        http://www.brauchauto.com/
        Eastern Connecticut

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          Here is Canadians Car / Truck,,, he did a nice job

          https://www.vintagefordforum.com/for...43289-cartruck


          3 ~ Tudor's
          Henry Ford said
          "It's all nuts and bolts"


          Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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          • DaWizard
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            Mitch, you broke yer pictures.

          • Mitch
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            ??

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          Here's Ron Kelley's truck.
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          Alaskan A's
          Antique Auto Mushers of Alaska
          Model A Ford Club of America
          Model A Restorers Club
          Antique Automobile Club of America
          Mullins Owners Club

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          • BILL WILLIAMSON
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            I heard that Rons' Truck can SMOKE the DUALS!!!
            He's a GREAT Guy, called me one Sunday morning & talked for 45 MINUTES!!!

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          One more picture of Ron Kelly’s truck.
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          • Mitch
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            Love those fordor trucks,, They are the Denalis

          • CarlG
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            Ron tells me it took 2 cabs to build his truck. He actually let me sit in the cockpit.

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