1928 ford AA truck

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macswoods
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Body Type: 82-A
Model Year: 1929
Location: Wilhoit, Arizona

Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by macswoods » January 2nd, 2017, 10:37 am

Well mine was ONLY in my back yard 20 years until it was done. (well, they are never Done !) It is a good ol truck, enjoy it. Mac

davedd
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Model Year: 1928

Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by davedd » January 15th, 2017, 9:00 am

THIS TRUCK NEEDS TO GO (I NEED MY TRAILER) $1500.00 FIRM (OR MAY SCRAP OUT)

1wonton
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Model Year: 1929
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Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by 1wonton » January 15th, 2017, 3:15 pm

I don't see where the truck is located, did I miss something?

ron

davedd
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Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by davedd » January 15th, 2017, 4:25 pm

TRUCK IN MORGAN HILL 45 MIN FROM YOU

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elfox
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Body Type: 88-A
Model Year: 1929
Location: Port Orchard, WA

Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by elfox » January 16th, 2017, 4:27 pm

I'm not the seller. The seller is Dave, and he posted his contact info under the last picture on the previous page - kinda hard to see, but it said: "dave 408 722 2518 70 miles south of san Francisco."
Dave
Port Orchard, WA

Need: For my 40x60 shop to be finished so I can work on my '29 AA!

Stakebed
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Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by Stakebed » January 19th, 2017, 1:54 pm

I cant remember if I asked if you had pics of it assembled to see the overall condition of the cab. I am mainly interested in the cab if others want to go in on it sorta deal.

davedd
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Model Year: 1928

Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by davedd » January 19th, 2017, 7:09 pm

no pictures of the truck together, packed on the trailer,for the price I feel its a real good deal, as I said need my trailer, will just sell for scrap . need my trailer first of feb, .

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1crosscut
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Model Year: 1929
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Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by 1crosscut » January 19th, 2017, 7:56 pm

Dave,

I realize that you want your trailer back. I think that taking a little bit of time to pull pieces off the trailer and taking better pictures may do the trick. Take pictures of the doors, cab panels, rear fenders etc... and post them. Your price is probably a good deal but better pictures will go a long ways to getting it sold. Hate to say it but parting it out may make you considerably more money than selling it as a whole. Don't haul it to the scrapper. You'll be throwing good money away.
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Dave

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Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by pinesdune » January 20th, 2017, 6:29 am

Did you post it over on the Ford barn? If you were closer I'd come pick it up with bells on! Turlock swap meets on soon if you could drag it there and throw a sign on it.


Gears, grease, and glory

Stakebed
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Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by Stakebed » January 20th, 2017, 11:16 am

1crosscut wrote:Dave,

I realize that you want your trailer back. I think that taking a little bit of time to pull pieces off the trailer and taking better pictures may do the trick. Take pictures of the doors, cab panels, rear fenders etc... and post them. Your price is probably a good deal but better pictures will go a long ways to getting it sold. Hate to say it but parting it out may make you considerably more money than selling it as a whole. Don't haul it to the scrapper. You'll be throwing good money away.
Yea thats the thing, people want to see what they are getting. Granted the price is fair dont get me wrong and im a bit surprised it hasnt gone yet but theres a huge difference between a $500 cab and a $2500 cab...The frame and axles and such dont usually rust away or get bent easily so they are plentiful and everywhere. Its all the sheetmetal out there that gets mangled dented shot at or rusts away that has value. The spoked rims are worth something too.

davedd
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Model Year: 1928

Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by davedd » January 20th, 2017, 4:16 pm

yes, also a frame with all mounts for the long running boards and runningboards, ford script on back of cab, calif title, motor trans to much to list, and only $1500.00 the running boards alone are worth$$$,

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1crosscut
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Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by 1crosscut » January 20th, 2017, 5:28 pm

Dave we are trying really hard here to help you sell your truck. But you got to help yourself a little bit too. Your pictures show very little about the condition of your truck. Especially the sheet metal. As Stakebed states that is the main selling point of your truck. I think most didn't even realize that you have an engine and transmission to go with it until your latest post. Do you know if it has the high speed rear end? If it does that is something that you need to post. If it is a high speed (I suspect that it is with the "under drive" dual high transmission) that would be an added selling point especially if it is in good shape internally. But that would mean taking the time to open it up to take a look. Extra time and effort but valuable$$$ information.
I know that there are some AA'ers that are pretty close to you and it baffles me as to why they haven't beaten a path to your door to buy it from you. I know that I would have been knocking on your door a long time ago but unfortunately I'm 1,400 miles away.
1wonton you are only 45 minutes away???? Go take a look and buy this truck. If you can't restore it perhaps you could post better pictures and double you money. If necessary part it out. Other wise it might just go to the scrap yard and that does no one any good.
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Chris Haynes
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Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by Chris Haynes » January 20th, 2017, 5:41 pm

You have a pm.

Stakebed
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Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by Stakebed » January 20th, 2017, 10:42 pm

1crosscut wrote:Dave we are trying really hard here to help you sell your truck. But you got to help yourself a little bit too. Your pictures show very little about the condition of your truck. Especially the sheet metal. As Stakebed states that is the main selling point of your truck. I think most didn't even realize that you have an engine and transmission to go with it until your latest post. Do you know if it has the high speed rear end? If it does that is something that you need to post. If it is a high speed (I suspect that it is with the "under drive" dual high transmission) that would be an added selling point especially if it is in good shape internally. But that would mean taking the time to open it up to take a look. Extra time and effort but valuable$$$ information.
I know that there are some AA'ers that are pretty close to you and it baffles me as to why they haven't beaten a path to your door to buy it from you. I know that I would have been knocking on your door a long time ago but unfortunately I'm 1,400 miles away.
1wonton you are only 45 minutes away???? Go take a look and buy this truck. If you can't restore it perhaps you could post better pictures and double you money. If necessary part it out. Other wise it might just go to the scrap yard and that does no one any good.
Yea agreed, I am entirely too far away at 2,064 miles! There are probably parts I would buy off it in a heart beat if I could see them and pay the bucks to have to shipped...

Hopefully Chris Hayes has something in the works...

rustya1928
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Model Year: 1928

Re: 1928 ford AA truck

Post by rustya1928 » January 21st, 2017, 10:33 am

Hi:
Just wondering if you have a 10" outside rear view mirror bracket with this truck? This is all I need to complete my truck. Thanks Charlie

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