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W model Ford vs. the W model Kenworth

Posted By W71Mack Thursday, September 29, 2011 11:00 AM
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Do you have the current contact information? I kind wouldn't mine buying one if the cab isn't shot. I spent a bunch of time riding and driving a 1966 W-1000 with a 220 and a 5/2 trans. We fixed the cab several times and it was about ready to fall off when we parked it finally. Then a salvage guy bought it and ran it some more then it got crushed. That was a long time ago now.
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Aluminum cab, 220 Cummins (iirc) don't remember trans. That is a potato bulk box, so just normal rust for Wisconsin. Guy was asking $3500 several years ago, I don't think he got many nibbles at that price though.

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Steve -------------What engine and other details . That must have the aluminum cab, as it still looks solid . But that lime or fertilizer spreader can corrode the frame as bad as salt .
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I know where there is one for sale right now.
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Avis truck rental had Ford W models drove them back in the late 60's early 70's. Not sure but think they might be the same cab as Dodge
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I know that some people think of a W model for a Ford might sound kind of weird, but Ford made them.  They were the cabovers.  Mayflower Moving & Storage had some I assume, Kroger had the day cab version which was the WT-9000.  Now Kenworth's W models were conventionals rather than cabovers.  However the W-9000 Ford was taken over by the CL model, but I am not sure what year though.  I would love to someday ride in a W-9000 Ford.  

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