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Old 04-06-2011, 09:36 PM
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Robert that thing's for sale on CL, isn't it?
yes sir it is frirst 1000 takes her my prioties lay with my 1979 f350 flat bed that my grandpa gave to me thats one truck no matter how mad i get that will never be sold why do you wnat it?
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Well its cheap an looks good. I bet the one you painted looked good . I figured if I scratch the paint 4wheeling it will be an easy repair !
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my rattle can job it was red before it was just a crap job to make it look aloke because the paint was so mismatched

i plan to sand and repaint the whole thing someday but lift turbo and other things are first
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Old 04-07-2011, 10:29 AM
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yes sir it is frirst 1000 takes her my prioties lay with my 1979 f350 flat bed that my grandpa gave to me thats one truck no matter how mad i get that will never be sold why do you wnat it?
I just shop them on CL because I like to look at Ford trucks. I took note of yours because it was in Clute and I went to Brazoswood HS.
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oh ok lol oh well i tried
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i blacked out the inside of the grill. it turned out good but i dont like the look. it also has flat black on 50% of the rest too. 98 cent lowes generic. it seems to cover pretty evenly because i had to put so many coats on. cleaned it and scuffed it with green scratch pads. taped off the 4x4 logos and removed all the badges. prep.
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not bad not bad at all
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I have a small suggestion for you guys doing rattle can jobs, there is a thing called a "can gun 1" valspar makes it, I got mine from tractor supply for like 5 bucks, it helps me tremendously when I'm painting with a rattle can.. I got my frame on my 78 to turn out perfect with rattle can undercoat by using it, it really helps me keep a consistent distance from the paint surface. Just trying to help!
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good to know seeing as ill be tackling my 83 bronco soon
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very interesting idea not bad looking either.
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good to know seeing as ill be tackling my 83 bronco soon
Hey robert, long time, no talk. How's life been treating ya?
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Ok I have to ask, I've seen that truck posted a bazillion times, what's with the LWB truck and SWB bed?
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Nah, we bought that truck 300$ without a box. At that time we had a short bed parts truck. We just slapped that short bed on there for now. Been driving it around like this for a year now. Gets alot of attention I'll say that!
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1987 Ford E350 26ft. Motorhome, N/A 6.9L Diesel, C6, 3.54, 289,000km/180,000 miles.
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