1966 Ford F100 Story About Truck Owner Chris F.

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Appreciate the opportunity to be featured on your page. Story of my truck. This was my grandfathers truck that he purchased in the early 70s. Truck was used to tow the family camper on vacations. He also used the truck for multiple trips to the Hershey Car show in October. He was an avid ford collector and had many amazing show quality ford Cars and trucks. The truck has had one repaint in the mid 90s. It is 100% rust and rot free. It has a 360 with a 3 speed on the tree. Unfortunately my grandfather passed away 2 years ago at the age of 88. The truck and other cars we left to my mother and her sister. These cars were his life and were a huge passion for him. I remember as a child helping him and watch him restore these amazing vehicles. I have always loved the truck and when I was asked to be the care taker for the truck now that he has passed I was beyond ecstatic. The truck has been idol for about 10 years up until 2 years ago when she was brought out of the garage. Amazingly it needed very little to be driven again. I have been enjoying it as much as possible and am overwhelmed with the amount of people that approach me and tell me how much they love the truck as well. I hope some day to pass it down to my daughter. Hope that was not to long but that is the story of my 66 F100.

Says: Chris Furman (Owner)
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