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Ford Truck Club Forum > FORD F-250 | F-350 SERIES | SUPER DUTY > 1948-1986 Ford F250 | F350



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Old November 14th, 2013, 01:33 PM
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Those codes and numbers were all on the tag on the glovebox door.. You have to use the corresponding top line with the bottom line of course..

They really did not have the same VIN numbers as they do on later vehicles. I do not believe VINs came along till about 30 years ago..So most decoders may just say there is not enough numbers in the search..

Maybe this will be easier.

WB
18

Color
B

Model
F103

Date
16F

Trans
FA

Axle
02

Well they could be Os or 0s

That serial number was on the same plate as the other info was..It says serial number. Not VIN number. Thanks

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back to either 1970 or 1983 they had 17 #'s

I found this

1959-60 Truck Vehicle Identification
Where To Find Your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) For 1959-60 Ford the VIN plate is attached to the glove box. The information on the rating plate is the VIN number. The VIN number identifies the series, engine, model year, assembly plant and production sequence.
Vehicle Identification Number - F25J9U100001

Series Identification
F10 = F100
F11 = F100 4WD
F25 = F250
F26 = F250 4WD
F35 = F350

Engine Code
J = 223ci 6Cyl 1BC Carburetor 1959-60
C = 292ci 8Cyl 2BC Carburetor 158hp 1959-60
D = 292ci 8Cyl 2BC Carburetor 160 hp 1959-60

Models Year
9 = 1959
0 = 1960

Assembly Plant
A = Atlanta, GA
G = Chicago, IL
D = Dallas, TX
K = Kansas City, MO
L = Long Beach, CA
U = Louisville, KY
E = Mahwah, NJ
M = Memphis, TN
N = Norfolk,VA
S = Allen Park, MI
R = San Jose, CA
P = St. Paul, MN


I think the problem is for 1960 you need 12 #'s you only show 11
F10COK53782


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Old November 14th, 2013, 02:09 PM
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what i see is a 1960, F100 4wd, 292 V-8, made in Kansas City

there again there are some other members that can do this better than I, just wait


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Old November 14th, 2013, 02:23 PM
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Thanks, I believe that the engine is probably correct than.

I do believe it has been a 4x4 its whole life though. No way it was converted in my opinion. Maybe the one number I am missing is another 1 behind the F This is probably the number then F110COK53782

I probably missed a 1

You can just tell the body and frame have been together for all its life in my opinion.. And he has probably owned it since nearly new..Thanks

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Old November 14th, 2013, 02:29 PM
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found more

color A = Turquoise
model F103 = F100 5,600# 1/2T
Trans F = 4sp Warner T-98A
axle Rear 02 = 3.89-3.3M limited Slip
axle front A= 3.92 4x4

the trans code FA refers to F = trans type, A = front axle transfer case


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very well could be they did not show the 3 F10(3)COK53782

but the above is what I found about your NEW TRUCK


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Old November 14th, 2013, 02:39 PM
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Does your name 'carbineone' refer to a Ruger #1 carbine ?


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No, kinda close though..It is Firearms related of course.. I really like WWII M1 Carbines. Well really I collect all Military related..Thanks
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if it's still got the 292 it will have a crossover tube about 2 inches in diameter from side to side above the front of the engine


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No I really like M1 Carbines. Well really I collect all Military related..Thanks
didn't think about that one
my dad said when he was in Korea the M1 carbine would not penetrate all the winter clothing the Chinese wore
the M1 grand was a differant story


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