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No, that's just what a car looks like after being parked for five minutes in western WA.
That's what my 69 F250 looked like when I picked it up years back.
Too bad it's not titled, I'd like to get something like that and throw the whole underpinnings of a Mustang II under it, with a built 289 set up to rev to about 8500rpm, with a 5peed manual. It'd be a slick sleeper.
Real trucks have the key on the left FTE Guidelines
if you still got it around end of june beginning of july ill be driving from nc to co so will deff stop by and take it off your hands used to have one my dad and i worked on when i was a kid loved that old car would love to have another
I have taken the front fenders and grill off and straigtened them. I have a nice shape front bumper.
I have bought a new alt, starter, fuel pump, water pump, full tune up, ect ect ect. $450 in new parts.
I just painted the engine and engine bay, replaced the front wheel cyls, master, and went over the front brakes (still have to do the rears).
I need to put the carb and cooling system back on, and it will run (I had it running but took everything off to paint it up).
I am getting a P/U pretty soon and this would make one too many projects for the summer.
Needs a paint job and a few pinholes patched in the doors.
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