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Old 12-10-16, 00:59
Rob Fast Rob Fast is offline
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Default F-15A CMP Cab 11

You will not find a straighter CMP. A perfect shell, sandblasted, primed, painted in an earlier restoration. Cab wood work, glass new,moldings all there, Enfield butt stocks,side curtains, perfect 2-B1 box,seats, instrument panel, all dog house panels,engine covers there,good rubber, every thing very straight. Drop in a flathead, a little electrical,brakework, certainly a project, but you won't see a finer starter chassis. I picked up this CMP in Churchbridge Sask. back in day, asking what I have into it $4000.00 Cad...Offering it here before it goes on KIJIJI where I will wait it out. Stay tuned for a HUP body/floor project being offer here soon.
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Old 12-10-16, 01:53
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Surely you are restricting that to Manitoba sales only Rob. Looks like cultural property to me.

Good luck on the sale. Nice looking truck....an Ontario restorer's dream.
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Old 12-10-16, 02:42
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Default What a beauty.......

Am I right to assume that it has GM axles front and rear with possibly the HD cast front axle????

...... so you could fit a Chev engine and it would "purr" along.........

what is the build date???

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PS.....wait a minute....... where is the tool box....????
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Old 12-10-16, 02:47
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Am I right to assume that it has GM axles front and rear with possibly the HD cast front axle????

...... so you could fit a Chev engine and it would "purr" along.........

what is the build date???

Cheers

Bob C

PS.....wait a minute....... where is the tool box....????
Sacrilege....I will not sleep tonight knowing there are people out there who would even joke about such a thing. Maybe it's time to move up into a Ford Bob.

The truck would be perfect to drop in one of the later 8BA full oil pressure Flathead V8 engines.

I noticed the missing tool box as well, and the shadow where the sign plate used to be. Still, hard to find metal as straight and solid as that anymore.
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Old 13-10-16, 00:55
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Default more pics...

Tool box is there, someone just shortened it by about 10 inches. Yes Chev diffs, sorry no data plate. Cheers Rob
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Old 27-08-17, 23:45
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Default Great truck!

Still here. Cheers Rob
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Old 17-02-18, 17:05
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Default Sold!sold!

Sold to a good home.
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Old 18-02-18, 00:53
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Default Good home is a good thing

Hi Rob

I was going to say "hope you past along MLU as source of information and support " but I should assume you would. Selling a CMP that you have owed is always a bitter sweet event passing forward to some one who will enjoy and appreciate it is a good thing.

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