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When I made plans to build my 1956 Ford F-100 I immediately knew that I wanted to have it roll on a combination of 18-inch front wheels and 20-inch billet wheels for the rear. I wasn’t targeting the pro-street look, but wanted a minimum of a 20 x 10 inch rim for the rear, which a couple of buddies told me was impossible to do on an F-100. (Read More)
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When I made plans to build my 1956 Ford F-100 I immediately knew that I wanted to have it roll on a combination of 18-inch front wheels and 20-inch billet wheels for the rear. I wasn’t targeting the pro-street look, but wanted a minimum of a 20 x 10 inch rim for the rear, which a couple of buddies told me was impossible to do on an F-100. (Read More)
Definitely cool. Too bad I'm one of the budget conscious (poor) truck builders here
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Original Paint

Can you help me find a thread somewhere that helps me with the orginal paint schemes for detail parts? I have done the research to understand the standard exterior colors, the yellow for the engine on my 56, etc. Now I am down into the finer details, for example: 1) are the inner fenders black or body colors, 2) what color should all of the clutch and brake linkages be painted, 3) what color should brakelines be painted or not at all, what about all of the clips for different things - black or body color, etc.

I just can't find these details enywhere.

Thanks for all of your help. Great site!
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