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I was fortunate enough to see this at a local repair shop. I went in and asked the owner (whom I have known for years) about it and told me he was working on it for a friend who wanted to sell it. He gave the owners my number who called me and I bought it on Sat. I talked to another gentleman I know about repainting it and I have reserved a spot in line for the work. I'm excited to get her fixed up and haul a few Simplicity's around.

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simplewrench

Although Simplicity orange would be quite fetching. I'm going to keep it the original Turquoise with a white roof. I like the classic look. It is a 1967 I learned that in 68 the government started to require side reflectors. So 67 is the only year in this body style that doesn't have them.

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Chris727

Nice find. Looks as if someone removed all the trim and mirrors. LMC truck handles lots of parts for the '67 to '72 Fords. Ten years ago when I had mine it seemed you saw lots of these on the road. Now they are pretty scarce.

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Simple_4041_P-MAX

I had a '68 F250 390 4 speed, That was an awesome truck but it wasn't taken care of and the body was beyond fixable, still ran and drove when I sold it to a guy for parts. Your truck looks like it has a very solid body!

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Tacey

I've owned two older f-100's. Both blue (a '70 robin egg blue and

'80 medium blue). Plain janes both with the big six/auto drivetrain. Bulletproof. I had the 8 foot bed on both and I'm sure I overloaded them.

Good luck with the new ride !

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