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planning on getting this 1985 Autocar AT64F back on the road.

Posted By AutocarAT64F Thursday, March 18, 2021 3:16 AM
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Thank you Dennis, I'm sure I'll have some questions along the way. That's a beautiful truck you've got, I hope to get this one looking half as good at some point.
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Good looking truck. You wont be sorry. I have an 87 AT64F with the same engine and sleeper and have solved quite a few restoration problems over the last few yearshttp://forums.aths.org/Uploads/Images/86ff7aee-4201-4f5a-9216-4fc1.jpg If you have any questions contact me
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Hi all, I'm currently in the process of getting this rig back on the streets to hopefully enjoy some truck shows and just have some fun.
it's a low mileage 3406 Cat with new brakes and tires. The floor of the sleeper is going to need a lot of work but she's solid otherwise.

I'm planning on pulling the sleeper and temporarily closing the back of the cab while I fabricate a new floor for the sleeper.
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