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Postby Lucky03usmc » January 13th, 2018, 9:45 am

Uncut m151a2
Runs, needs some tlc
No rust, minor dents and dings
6500.00
Titled
Contact 419 574 3472
Email 0369knapp@gmail.com
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Re: Mutt for sale

Postby acudanut » January 13th, 2018, 9:50 am

Wish you were closer to KC and I had more $$
0369 ? Is that a Tow Gunner ?
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Re: Mutt for sale

Postby Lucky03usmc » January 13th, 2018, 12:03 pm

No 0369 is infantry unit leader I retired a master gunny e9
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Re: Mutt for sale

Postby Lucky03usmc » January 13th, 2018, 1:40 pm

Open to allreasonable offers
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Re: Mutt for sale

Postby Ratchet » January 14th, 2018, 5:08 pm

Photos?
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Re: Mutt for sale

Postby windyhill » January 17th, 2018, 9:34 am

Where are you located?
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Re: Mutt for sale

Postby ldj1002 » January 28th, 2018, 7:33 pm

Trade for a 1952 MGTD replica with Pinto drive train?
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Re: Mutt for sale

Postby Vzike » February 5th, 2018, 6:19 pm

Just received this A2 here in Florida. The body is pretty beat up, but the metal is all solid. The hardest work with the body will be to straighten the lower side rails.

Unfortunately, it was sold as a 1977 AMG, but this A2 is a 1970 Ford. No data plate or Budd plate. I need to figure out the serial number, get a data plate and matching Budd plate so I can make it correctly marked. :lol: :lol: :lol: :roll:

The tranny is rough. I'll likely swap it out.

Bubba had his way with this one, but not too damaging. The engine has lots of copper paint on the intake, exhaust, and carb. Looks like they were trying to fix a vacuum leak. lots of RTV. The pintle was removed, and a receiver type tailer hitch was installed. I'll have to cut that off the rear suspension cross member.

The ROPS has cup holders, front and back. The rear seat brackets were moved up high, so the rear seat sits nearly even with the fender tops. All that are easy fixes.

Missing: batter cover, parts of the air filter, horn button kit, pintle, top bow, spare.

I'll need to replace a couple of the gauges, and I suspect the brake and clutch will need work. Windshield is broken badly and will need replacement.

Tires are shot. I'll need to source a set of NDCC... probably from Coker.

All in all, not too terrible. This one cost more than the last one, and is not as nice, but it can be restored and will make a very nice mutt.
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Re: Mutt for sale

Postby m75 » February 5th, 2018, 6:43 pm

I purchased my Firestones from Summit Racing. Was 2 years ago and I don't recall specific price, but it was the best deal I found on-line.
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Re: Mutt for sale

Postby rickf » February 5th, 2018, 7:47 pm

Are you sure it is an actual 70? He told me it had the later style front fenders on it. Summit seems to be the goto place for tires, I am pretty sure they have free shipping.
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Re: Mutt for sale

Postby acudanut » February 5th, 2018, 9:13 pm

[quote="Vzike"]Just received this A2 here in Florida. The body is pretty beat up, but the metal is all solid. The hardest work with the body will be to straighten the lower side rails.

Unfortunately, the title is for a 1977 AMG, but this A2 is a 1970 Ford. No data plate or Budd plate. Anyone got a 1970 title kicking around? :lol: :lol: :lol: :roll:

The tranny is rough. I'll likely swap it out.

Bubba had his way with this one, but not too damaging. The engine has lots of copper paint on the intake, exhaust, and carb. Looks like they were trying to fix a vacuum leak. lots of RTV. The pintle was removed, and a receiver type tailer hitch was installed. I'll have to cut that off the rear suspension cross member.

The ROPS has cup holders, front and back. The rear seat brackets were moved up high, so the rear seat sits nearly even with the fender tops. All that are easy fixes.

Missing: batter cover, parts of the air filter, horn button kit, pintle, top bow, spare.

I'll need to replace a couple of the gauges, and I suspect the brake and clutch will need work. Windshield is broken badly and will need replacement.

Tires are shot. I'll need to source a set of NDCC... probably from Coker.


Rick said I passed on this nice Mutt. Sounds like it needs work too. Oh well, I wish you the best. BTW My Pintle hook was removed also on my M151 purchase.
I need a set of new tires also. Tell me what to expect pricewise. Thanks, Mike
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