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TOPIC: How to move 1950 ford f6 for restoration---economically

How to move 1950 ford f6 for restoration---economically 17 Dec 2018 17:58 #197547

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Any advice on how to transport 1950 Ford F6 from wimmera to melb for restoration would be appreciated, aside from 1000s to tow co.

How to move 1950 ford f6 for restoration---economically 17 Dec 2018 19:00 #197548

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Could try to get a backload. Cannot remember the website.

But even if it costs $1000 or more, by the time you frig around with it yourself you’d probably wished you found a way to get the money for a tow truck to do it.

Unfortunately old trucks cost money. Sometimes enough to clench my sphincter. Tight. Reeaaal right. Just something you need to get used too.

How to move 1950 ford f6 for restoration---economically 18 Dec 2018 08:03 #197559

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Buy yourself a banana-back or tilt tray truck, do the move, then on-sell it.
Be it firearms or V8 engines, the question is not "why should you have them?"
, but "who are you to demand that I justify them?"

How to move 1950 ford f6 for restoration---economically 18 Dec 2018 10:21 #197562

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Try Here, www.loadshift.com.au/

Due to the size of your truck ,Whatever you do will cost far more than any Car size Vehicle..

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