And, its 'only $150K'.
Very cool truck. Good luck to the seller on getting that price. I think there is at least one too many numbers, maybe another half number.<g> It may have been worth more(not what he is asking, but what he will get), if he hadn't messed with it. Nice piece of history never the less. Dave
While I like it a bunch ....
I don't think it will pull my enclosed trailer very far ...
I did - however - buy my next " new " Ford towing truck ....
My nephew - the young doctor in his first year of residency in Indiana - paid the balance for me last evening ...
I am on my way to California to drop a couple vehicles - then hopefully can build a trip from there to go pick it up ...
2 many zeros.
That would buy a lot of arsters !
This may have been converted from a later model?
I agree the price is really high, but boy oh boy is it COOL!
"Yes dear,....you don't have to keep nagging,.....I'll put it up for sale!"
And if the seller gets $150K for it; he'll be shucking in the cash; counting his dollar bills. That's a lot of Washingtons. I've, twice, seen $30K in one dollar bills and it filled the buyers briefcase.
Man, I guess mine should be worth at least 120K!!
Well, I checked with the seller and the truck requires at least 84 inches to go through the garage door. Too high for me so I'll have to pass.
Plus, I like the ones that James and Richard have better anyway.
John.. They are indeed tall! Mine is 85" and hauling from Don Langs place required a carrier with an extra tall enclosed trailer. They had to remove the demountables in order to get it in! And thanks for the kind words..
I agree!..James and Richard's look much better with the "full" patina. The truck looks odd being half and half...
It is certainly a treat to see these three wonderfully constructed and preserved bodies. The forum and morning coffee sure beats the cold weather.