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Re: 1956 3100
polarbeard #1437695 Tue Jan 18 2022 02:14 AM
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Good score


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Re: 1956 3100
Justhorsenround #1437886 Wed Jan 19 2022 03:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Justhorsenround
Good score

Thanks, I was pretty happy when I found that guy. I had been looking for one for about a year and a half.

Here is a pic of a display this guy has in house, OK 1915-1950. Some are restored, some are original. Very cool state history.

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Re: 1956 3100
polarbeard #1437925 Wed Jan 19 2022 07:10 PM
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Cool stuff, I'm wanting to find a 1/2 ton around here too.

Re: 1956 3100
polarbeard #1437926 Wed Jan 19 2022 07:22 PM
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A really good score would be a PAIR of plates usable to register the vehicle. Not sure that YOM plate registration is available in all states though.
But license plates on the wall of the man-cave are a good thing too.


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Re: 1956 3100
asilverblazer #1437962 Thu Jan 20 2022 12:30 AM
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Originally Posted by asilverblazer
Cool stuff, I'm wanting to find a 1/2 ton around here too.


Another Okie, nice.

They pop up on craigslist every now and then. My wife has shown me a few on facebook marketplace that she saw (I don't have facebook).


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Re: 1956 3100
klhansen #1437963 Thu Jan 20 2022 12:31 AM
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Originally Posted by klhansen
A really good score would be a PAIR of plates usable to register the vehicle. Not sure that YOM plate registration is available in all states though.
But license plates on the wall of the man-cave are a good thing too.


I saw a matching pair of '56 California plates at an antique shop last year. $220.........


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Re: 1956 3100
polarbeard #1438059 Thu Jan 20 2022 09:29 PM
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Yeah, for stupid amounts of money. An unrestored farm truck is not worth more than three grand to me. Especially one thats incomplete, not running or driving.

Re: 1956 3100
polarbeard #1438063 Thu Jan 20 2022 10:17 PM
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Originally Posted by polarbeard
I saw a matching pair of '56 California plates at an antique shop last year. $220.........
That's actually not that bad, but there were a lot more vehicles registered in California than Alaska in '56. A pair of '51 Alaska plates would go for at LEAST twice that price. And--- HENS TEETH.


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