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58chevyguy  - July 3, 2010
Its a COE. Not sure on the make.
fanofrustycars10  - June 27, 2010
I'm not too sure, but an old flea-market in my town is selling one of these. Of course, it still has an interior, tires, wheels, suspension, frame, engine, etc.etc.etc. Still this would be a nice thing to have for my bedroom
metallicafan88  - March 5, 2010
why do people always have to brake the windows right befor my dad got his 1963 chevy pickup from a farm somebody broke the windows
novanut74  - January 4, 2010
just watchin the clouds by day,gazing the stars by night.
samb  - August 27, 2008
5-4-3-2-1 blastoff!!!
caraddict  - April 12, 2008
I just saw one of these at the Portland swap meet toobad it probably was going to the scrap yard
jax55  - July 25, 2007
Yee Haw!
crazyforholleys  - May 20, 2007
yeah is that all of it!
55pickup  - May 1, 2007
wheres the rest of it?....buried in the dirt???
ttrods  - April 11, 2007
its mine and yep its a ford , could be 38-47/
realamerican  - April 4, 2007
i agree w/ essowrecker
essowrecker  - March 17, 2007
This is a 38-47 Ford COE. You can tell by the stamped molding that runs below the window and curves down behind the grille, and also the cowl vent on the side
corvairscaddys  - February 13, 2007
it's a stand up truck!
gmc  - December 11, 2006
it is a reo becous head fenders in good shape i would like to have it it would mach my 1949 gmc ceo
brady381need68c10  - July 2, 2006
it looks like a international coe to me
dman  - June 13, 2006
Is this a REO?
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