In 1959 Dad was going to buy me a school car. 1949 Ford. Dealer let us try it for a few days, but the next morning it was cold and won't start. The oil was real thick. Dad changed it and the engine had a bad knock. Ended up with a 1954 Ford mainliner. Love these old ads.
Re: Pictures from 1949 Successful Farm Magazine in reply to Wheat Farmer, 02-22-2013 06:14:06
I bought a '47 Chev. truck like that once too. Was young and stupid. 90 wt oil and sawdust. I have been an oil nut most of my life so first thing I did when I got home was to change out all that black goo and put in some fresh oil...........you would have sworn I was a mosquito spray rig for all the smoke that came from that thing.
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