Anybody have any idea of what year this bed might be from? Or any info on it?
Guy I bought it from thought it was for a T, but I don't think it is...maybe an A? Or something else?
Thanks for your input!!
Well, can't seem to upload images...says it's over 250 kb...any idea how to post pics?
Yes, resize the image to below the 250kb level Chris
Just a little humor just use a free online resizer and shrink the picture and it should load.
It looks like a f100 truck bed?
Can't seem to load any other pics...upload button isn't clicking...
Not enough detail there to tell. Looks a lot like a P/U bed I have that's also made into a trailer with cut-off remains of T fenders and a Ch###y axle under it--oh the frame on mine might be Model A--it's up the hill & I haven't looked at in a long time. The bed on mine isn't Ford though.
I have issues loading pics on the site.
Yes, you can't just download pics from your computer or your phone here--they're just too big. Seems most folks don't understand how computer pictures work--a regular camera or phone picture take us a LOT of memory room. While "on hand memory, such as in your phone or computer, has gone way down in price and way large in capacity, not so has online memory--at least not as inexpensively. So, you have to compress your picture first. Many programs out there to do that, many FREE ones. It takes a minute or two to do it, but it's relatively simple. For me, I open MS Office Picture manager and it has a "compress photo feature" So FIRST I save the photo as a new copy with a descriptive name (original photo name is usually a number (100_0002) and I name the copy Model T bed Forum" then take that copy and under "compress picture" select "Web" and it is automatically reduced to a size that you can load here--then you "save" that copy. Done. Took longer to write about it than it takes to do it. Other programs work similarly, and some even make the copied picture for you.
I figure if I can do it on dial up, then almost anyone can do it. Of course, being on dial up, I have learned to have great patience. However lately I feel like the buzzard who tells his fellow buzzards, "Heck with Patience--I'm Hungry, I'm gonna go kill something!"