That is a very early C cab with the low roof. Nice picture.
Plus, for those who don't know what a battery box looks like, there it is!
Very cool truck! The brake rod arrangement does not look stock. Anybody have an idea of what that set-up is?
Looks to me like the tires could use some air and the back tire appears to be a white wall.
I believe that photo was taken in Washington DC. The fellow out in the field is my Grandfather who was hired by the National Parks Department to take inventory of the grass in the field... He's counting the blades of grass in that picture and the fellow walking up to him is his supervisor who made him lose count and he had to start all over again.
If you look over the top of the truck in the haze you can see the Washington Monument.
The brake extensions were necessitated by the frame extension to carry
the extended bed. My old 25 had a 2" extension to accommodate the added
Warford. The stock "Ford Truck" bed looked pretty silly with the back edge b
arely hanging over the rear end. Had I not sold it, I would have lengthened
it to get a better aesthetic balance.
This truck is so long it makes mine look like a sports car !
Looks like a 12 foot long bed. Neat truck
Looks like the C cab is sagging a little looking at gap between cab and bed. I have a licence to run the equipmant in the background. No not the truck or the crawler. The one leaning against the post!
Great pics guys. Keep the TTs coming! Well that didnt sound right but what i meant is i am putting one back together and the pics help
Sounds right to me, .... unless you are one of those fellows
that prefers the company of other men.
Look closely at the frame of the truck. The rear springs run longitudinally, not across the frame. The truck has an added heavy-duty frame attachment. I have one similar to this on one of my old truck chassis. They were made by several manufacturers. They converted the one ton truck to as much as a two-and-a-half ton rating.