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I'm not sure either but it's a beauty.After seeing your comment about the old guys on my site today, I just had to tell you a story. The moderator asked each of them to tell us what joints on their bodies hurt the most. Paul Westphal had the best answer. He said he nothing hurt on him because he's had it all replaced.
1950s, I would think.
No idea about N American car makes.... but I can tell you lots about British cars.
A beautiful photograph of a beautiful vehicle. The vignetting has enhanced the image! Lovely!
Hi Lowell. You found a great 1966 F100 Ford pickup. The turquoise color is classic for the late 1950s to mid 1960s. Have a friend who has a 1961 Ford pickup of this same color. They are now old enough to be rarely seen any more.
That is a golden oldie! I remember when this was such a popular color.
Gosto desta "máquina".Um abraço e boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
love the color!
I'm glad someone knew (Taken for Granted's comment above)... a true beauty. Bill's grandparents owned a Buick car that same color scheme. It was just about as big as this pickup, all the fins and everything.
I don't know, but I love the color!
It's a good-looking truck.
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