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This 1958 Ford F100 has been in my family since 1958. It first belonged to my Grandfather, Fred Brown. Then my father, Ira Brown Sr., and three years ago I went and picked it up and began the restoration of a truck that holds many memories. The origninal title says Grandpa paid, $1,650 for his new truck.
Ira Brown, Jr. & 1958FordF100.net
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In this truck Grandpa Brown took me to the Safeway Store where we got gum and a prize from the gumball machine.

In this truck Grandpa Brown took us through the creek out back of his farm.

In this truck we went swimming at Clear Lake (Lake Evans Chamber) riding in the back.

In this truck our family went camping in Eastern Oklahoma, my sisters riding in the back the entire 600 plus mile trip.

In this truck we went to a missionary rally on a Friday night as I rode in the floor board with me feet down in the steps.

In this truck I rode to work on the old Barby Ranch and once almost lost the truck trying to cross the Beaver River but was saved by a cowboy with a 4X4 and chain.

In this truck Dad and I hauled many loads of sand for our patio and got stuck as well as moved my bench blind to the lake for a fall duck hunt.
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Memories-"In This Truck"
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