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These ’57 and ’58 Fords look like they grew up on the same farm. What caught our eye were the F700 hoodscoops. These came out in the late-’50s on Ford’s big trucks and ran though the mid-’60s, finding their way onto a lot of drag cars and hot rods of the day. Pontiac liked them so much they bought them from Ford and entered them in their books with a GM part number so they’d be legal for Arnie "The Farmer" Beswick to run on his Super Stock Pontiacs.