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Thread: Is this a Ford?

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    Couldn't resist. I'll probably go to prison for robbing some poor guy's Ebay picture. GM product all the way. '54-5 GMC?
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    Might be.........hmmmm, still has a different look than my '53 though.......it would be interesting to find out, now I am curious.

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    I think that the sagging door handle gives it away. Fords and Studebakers always have them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Mitchell
    I think that the sagging door handle gives it away. Fords and Studebakers always have them.
    Bill,

    I had completely forgot about the Studebakers!!! DOH! and I see quite a few of them around here where I live, they were real prevelant in Canada in the 50's

    You might be onto something..

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    Wait a second, a '54 GMC? Its mine! It was jacked from the corner of 63rd and Madison back in '72 didn't have any theft insurance either!
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    Deffinitely not a 40 Ford, The hood is all wrong as are the fenders and headlights! I had one purchased by my father in 1940 for $595.00.
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    I think I'm wrong, it very well could be early 1950s GMC. The GMC grille was different from Chevrolet. Studebaker had a flat sided hood instead of how this one curves to follow the fender. And Dodge has a two piece hood that folds up the length of the truck.
    Now if only it were a 1920s passenger car, then I'd really know what to look for.

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    Am I the only one trying to decipher the letters on the front of the bonnet? More detail please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Struan Gray
    Am I the only one trying to decipher the letters on the front of the bonnet? More detail please.
    I thought they said FORD now I think FIAT, that would explain the rust.

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