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Old 09-27-2006, 10:14 AM   #1
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Love this truck! If I could get a mint condition third generation F150...amazing. Wonder what that would cost?

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With all these retro cars coming out (PT Cruiser, Mustang) I would think a retro F150 would do VERY well.
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With all these retro cars coming out (PT Cruiser, Mustang) I would think a retro F150 would do VERY well.
That would be an interesting idea... some special edition truck.


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Here's a nice 1953 that is on ebay. Right now it's at $8,600 but I'd imagine it will go for higher than that.


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Yea, I'm sure the auction will go for more.
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Old 10-17-2006, 02:54 PM   #5
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With all these retro cars coming out (PT Cruiser, Mustang) I would think a retro F150 would do VERY well.
Well, I found our retro truck (even though it's fashioned after a Chevy )

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http://www.autoblog.com/2006/10/10/s...et-rod-pickup/

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Oh yeah, it goes for $55,000.
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search google for the dodge powerwagon prototype, it looks so simmilar to the original powerwagon.

i would have loved to see that truck to come into production
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