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Old 04-16-2011, 11:51 PM
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Ohh, I see. I would have done the same if it were a work truck, have you ever thought of building a toolbox of some sort to fit between the cab and box?
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Hey robert, long time, no talk. How's life been treating ya?


Ok I have to ask, I've seen that truck posted a bazillion times, what's with the LWB truck and SWB bed?

pretty good got a free bronco me and the wifey spilt up so im back to playing with new toys again YAY how have yoyu been
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Old 04-17-2011, 08:53 AM
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Here is mine. Top of front fender's are painted with blue with what I could find close to matching the original blue. I painted the bottom edge , grill, bumpers and hood of the truck with semi gloss black. This is my first time trying to repair rust. I have some fender's for it, but there white and teal.
The fender flares are covering up the rusted wheel wells.




Here is what it looked like when I got it.
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Old 04-17-2011, 11:13 AM
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Ohh, I see. I would have done the same if it were a work truck, have you ever thought of building a toolbox of some sort to fit between the cab and box?
This ain't no work truck at all, but I do wanna make a custom chrome diamond plated tool box in that cap.
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Enjoying the fine rainy weather we've been having all weekend.....
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thats good i guess atleast it aint snow
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Snow is awesome! I love drifting! But hate the salt they cover the roads with.....
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iu know its not a truck but its still a ford...... all tremclad....
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lets try and post a pic of my repaired fender and door. <a href="http://bit.ly/gh7Mgk" target="_blank" />Check out this image!</a>
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thanks! wish i still had the car... but i ended up with my truck instead, car wasn't feesable in the winter and living on a gravel road now
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Its not the whole truck but i rattle canned the hood of it

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wife's old explorer


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painted rims, & grille
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I like that '71. Nice truck. The Mustangs paint looks great too. I wouldn't have believed gloss would turn out that good if I hadn't seen it. The hood re-paint, my next project, probably the most common thing needing to be re-painted on these trucks... It made a big difference for your truck, same with the re-spray on the Explorer. Some good additions to the thread here. Can't wait to see more. Peace.
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