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Old 01-05-2011, 06:34 PM
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To my northern buddies. I'm looking to downsize and have a couple TONS of 67-72 pickup parts to give away for free! Cabs, doors, fenders complete boxes etc. Let me know if any of you guys want anything before it all goes to the crusher....
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i need a np203 transfer case or np205 drive lines for a 75 f250
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Can you post any pics... ?
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I'll try and take some today.......
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I have a buddy that needs lots of panels for his 68. Pm me a phone number?
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I finally found time to take some pics:

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Here is a couple of rust free cabs......
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Couple of nice beds:

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A bunch of fenders and doors:

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This F250 is getting scrapped also, but the chassis is one I'm keeping.....

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I haven't made up mind on this F100 Ranger yet. I may just sell the whole truck...

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Don, just out of curiosity... what is that yellow cab behind the f250?
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That's my trip to the dark side.................A 1968 F250 CC stretched out . It only has the drivers door on the left side, and 2 doors on the right side. It's powered by a 472ci Caddy with front wheel drive. The frame is cut-off behind the cab. I plan on welding on the tandem axle trailer from my Sanger drag boat to the truck frame.............
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That's my trip to the dark side.................A 1968 F250 CC stretched out . It only has the drivers door on the left side, and 2 doors on the right side. It's powered by a 472ci Caddy with front wheel drive. The frame is cut-off behind the cab. I plan on welding on the tandem axle trailer from my Sanger drag boat to the truck frame.............
I know it's a bit 'spensive, but there should be a 514 BB in place of the Caddy mill. Sounds like it'll be awesome when it's done, gonna make a car hauler?
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I would have gone Ford power, but wanted a big block front wheel drive, and Ford didn't make one.........This will be used to haul my drag boat (Ford powered!) and I'll build some bolt on ramps to haul cars with also.
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I would have gone Ford power, but wanted a big block front wheel drive, and Ford didn't make one.........This will be used to haul my drag boat (Ford powered!) and I'll build some bolt on ramps to haul cars with also.
Neat idea! I'm guessing the donor was an Eldorado?
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FAB,

where are you located?
any chancyou have any 16" wheels (8 lug)?

I'd possibly be interested in an 8ft bed for my 77 F250
and maybe some of those verticle mirrors, and a divers door.


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that boat hauler sounds awesome,
can you get us some projekt pics? maybe a build thread?


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FAB,

where are you located? Condon Oregon, 40 miles south of the Columbia River in the middle of the state.
any chancyou have any 16" wheels (8 lug)? None to spare........

I'd possibly be interested in an 8ft bed for my 77 F250
and maybe some of those verticle mirrors, and a divers door. I don't have any "dentside" parts left, they went to an Oregon member......


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that boat hauler sounds awesome,
can you get us some projekt pics? maybe a build thread?

After I get moved into my new shop I'll be starting a build thread in the Oregon Chapter!


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looking forward to checking hat monster out
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