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Old February 1st, 2016, 11:24 PM
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Hello my name is Ben ~ I recently purchased a 1967 F250 camper special . I am incredibly green when it comes to the whole classic truck world but I hope to learn from anyone and everyone who is willing to share their knowledge. I bought the truck for many reasons but first and foremost; I bought it to drive it and use it for growing my Permaculture design business. With that being said the first thing that I know it needs is an alignment and new bushing. I was given two bushing kits by the seller. ( AXXSE-1008 ) says part # for Ref. Only ) The tires in the front I believe will need to be changed. Not knowing that should give you an indication of how green I am to this whole thing. However it fits the whole vision of my company and I am incredibly interested in learning about how this truck works inside and out. I am enthused to embark on this journey of rebuilding and reworking this truck and learning its story. I have already learned that it was created in February of 1967 in San Jose. Then distributed out of Los Angeles. If anyone has any suggestions for how to find out more about tracking the trucks journey?? I would be very interested in that as well. Thank you for your time and your experiential truths!!
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