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Re: 1954 Ford NAA

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10-30-2012 21:38:30

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In this area, (I'm in n/w WI) $1000 for the condition you describe would be a good deal.
You can always send me the contact info if you and the owner can't agree on a price. :)

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10-31-2012 01:59:11

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 Re: 1954 Ford NAA in reply to Fordfarmer, 10-30-2012 21:38:30  
Hey, a fellow cheese head!!!!!!

Go Packers!!!!!!

We're displaced cheese heads (IN), but still have family in NE-WI.

And I always thought all the deals were up north.

I don't think it would be much of a deal after you paid gas and tolls to come get it.

Is there much desire in the NAA?

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10-31-2012 06:33:10

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 Re: 1954 Ford NAA in reply to upnorthwi, 10-31-2012 01:59:11  
I figured from your handle that you were in this general area...yeah, gas and tolls would pretty much ruin the deal for me. NAA's are popular - live hydraulics and a good engine. 36coupe's points are valid...but I've never had a problem with the hubs on my Jubilee in as long as I can remember. Did have to replace the ring and pinion about 20-25 years ago due to a broken tooth. Still gets about 100 hours of use per year. It's been here since my Grandpa bought it in the mid '50's.

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