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    Member MASTER JOURNEYMAN
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    Where to find vintage trucks?

    I don't know if this is the right place but anyways.
    I would like to know where one could look for vintage trucks?
    I'm looking for a 1937 Federal.
    My grandfather had one and my dad would love to get his hands on one.

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    Senior Member DYNO OPERATOR
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    Have you searched the Classifieds? Post a "Wanted" ad over there. Good Luck.

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    Member MASTER JOURNEYMAN
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    Yes I have tried searching the classifieds. Do people actually read the wanted topics!?

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    Not a lot of 1937 Federal trucks around.........

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    Might be able to buy this one if you can chase down the owner, it needs restoring. Picture posted 2010.

    Zip.

    1937 Federal 11E owned by Paul Weaver from Bremerton, WA



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    Check over on the AACA

    You might try over on the AACA Website .... :idea:

    http://forums.aaca.org/f169/



    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by zipper06
    Might be able to buy this one if you can chase down the owner, it needs restoring. Picture posted 2010.

    Zip.

    1937 Federal 11E owned by Paul Weaver from Bremerton, WA



    That is a cool truck Zip. Very unique.
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    Member MASTER JOURNEYMAN
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    tanks guys! I knew that I could count on you!
    Yes I know that the Federals are not so common any more.
    I don't have a picture of how it should look and the ol`man's memory is not so good any more but hopefully he can tell me if the one in Zippers picture is the correct one. I think it should be a flatbed truck and not an overgrovn pickup

    I have the pink slip from the one they had. Unfortunately that one was scrapped and sold as a trailer to some farmer in the 50's.

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    dont want to pee on your parade but lookin for a federal truck that isnt going to cost you mega bucks is almost impossible. i deal with old cars and trucks everyday.they are far and few between and all are very very expensive...

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    Member MASTER JOURNEYMAN
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    All information is welcome. The truck might also have been 1936 modell since it was registered in Finland in 1937. How much money are we talking about roughly?


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