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Old 05-21-2011, 08:29 PM
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My 1970 F100.

Hello everyone! Just bought my 1970 f100. Thought id try to upload some pics.


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Holy bejesus! when i opened this thread i certainly wasn't expecting to see pics like this, that's one sweet looking ride! nice truck!!
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Old 05-21-2011, 09:25 PM
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Did the PO just go with a '69 grille because it looks better than the '70 grille?
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That is one gorgeous truck, congrats!
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Nice truck but of course we need more pics!
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Old 05-22-2011, 07:21 AM
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thanks for the compliments, yeah I was told the grill was off a 68 but i thought those grills came out in 69 too. i had to go to Atlanta to purchase it and it wont be here til tue, does anyone know the bed width?

here are some more pics, these are from the website of the dealership that i bought it from, that place was awesome! Cant wait to get it home.

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Sa-Weet...what size mill is that under the hood?...FE or small block? Love the speaker/console box...nice interior...everything except AC, but you won't need AC in Kaintuck will ya? I think all the beds are 6-foot wide...know you can drop a 4X8 sheet of ply between the tubs on a flareside bed, but can't remember if the stepsides are the same dimensions.
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Very nicetruck. More pictures please!
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The truck was sold on consignment with no info on the engine, all i know is that is has a 302 With a slightly aggressive cam, a Holley carb and an Edelbrock intake. its sounds great with its headers and flowmasters. It has a rebuilt Toploader 4-speed manual tranny with a B/M shifter. My dad has a new tool box that came off a truck he sold and i am wondering first if it would fit and second if it would look good on it.

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i got a stepside just like that just not as nice. my bed measures 39x79inches on the inside floor.just walked outside n measured it. looks really good.i even have the radials t/as white letter out,
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thanks for the measurements, im going to get the tool box my dad soon and put it in.
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nice ride just sold a guage pod after seeing it in the dash
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Very nice looking truck. It does have a 68 Ranger grille on it. (68 only) But as you can tell will mount to a 70, 71, and 72 The grille was put on using the original 70 lower valance.Notice the extra space in the valance next to the turn signals. You can tell this by the way the grille sits on lower valance. if you look under valance you'll probably see where the turn signal housing holes were patched.(two small holes each side) For correct fit get a lower valance from a 67, 68 or 69
But then again who cares it's a beautifull truck. Congrats on your purchase.
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GREAT LOOKING TRUCK - somebody did a very nice job or mixing old with new on this one. Congratulations on the purchase. Hope you'll think a little more about putting a toolbox in/on it.
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