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Old 01-26-2011, 08:33 PM
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Here's my trucks.
First is my '52 Mercury M-1 project, equipped with the remains of a 239 flathead V8 and 3 on the tree. Plans are to tear into it good this spring/summer. In the background is my workhorse '85 F-250 460/C6.
Behind both of those is my friends 53 International dump bed farm truck.




Friggin' awesome...!

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Old 01-28-2011, 01:05 PM
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here is minethis is my old truckand this one i built from stock
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Old 01-28-2011, 11:29 PM
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Here area few of mine









And the one I sold to get my SD.

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Alright, here's a couple of mine. Most recent anyway.
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Old 02-03-2011, 01:50 PM
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Thank You. All the work is now under the hood. What a pain. Lack of $$$ slows everything down.
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hey "lostmybeer" it looks as if you have some kind of traction bar on your truck can i get some info on what you have (ie.. kind, pros, cons)
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Thank You. All the work is now under the hood. What a pain. Lack of $$$ slows everything down.
Very lovely truck you have. This might be the start of a man-crush...

Here's my old girl... had her since college...going on 12 years now. She's gone through different phases for sure.









How she sits today.



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saweet truck man i like how clean it is!!
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saweet truck man i like how clean it is!!
Thanks man. I've had her for over a decade now. Been on many hunting and fishing adventures together!

I hope to keep her alive for another 10 years.

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Thanks man. I've had her for over a decade now. Been on many hunting and fishing adventures together!

I hope to keep her alive for another 10 years.

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I like the truck a lot, makes me miss my '92, but that drift boat is what caught my eye!
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but that drift boat is what caught my eye!
Me too! I do miss that DB..... It was a custom one-off unit from Willie. A 17.5 ft long and 66" wide boat and a 4 seater.

Fished 4 comfortably. Bought it from a guide in Forks for $3000 in 2002 and sold it for $4500 in 2010 when we moved to Tahoe. I would have loved to have kept it for when we return to WA, but the cost to store the boat (along with all of my toys, car parts, track tires, etc.) was unreal.

I assure you, that Willie went to a good home. I hope.....
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Me too! I do miss that DB..... It was a custom one-off unit from Willie. A 17.5 ft long and 66" wide boat and a 4 seater.

Fished 4 comfortably. Bought it from a guide in Forks for $3000 in 2002 and sold it for $4500 in 2010 when we moved to Tahoe. I would have loved to have kept it for when we return to WA, but the cost to store the boat (along with all of my toys, car parts, track tires, etc.) was unreal.

I assure you, that Willie went to a good home. I hope.....
Next time you have that dilemma..........I can "store" it for you for free!
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