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Old 07-19-2012, 08:36 AM
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I think the red truck is a ford also.

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Says Ford on the hood
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Yea, that red chevy looks exactly like my 48 F1
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Red is Chevy!

Rodders,

Red is Chevy. I've attached another photo of the Chevy from the tailgate.
As you can see, it says 'Chevrolet'. I've read from Ford archives that Henry
Ford used better steel to fabricate his vehicles. Don't know if this is true
but it'd be worthwhile to see if Ford trucks have withstood time better than Chevy or Dodge.
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Chevy vs. Ford

Ok Rodders,

Here's more photos of my green 49 Ford vs. Chevy. The earlier photo of red truck may have been Ford. But this one is for sure Chevy. As you can see, the Chevy looks more streamlined, more for your city slickers. The Ford is a working man's truck. Chevy is cool, but Ford is tough.
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