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Old 06-01-2011, 02:11 PM
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My New Project - 1980 F100 - Pics

So my grandpa finally decided to get rid of his truck. He mentioned just taking the "piece of junk" to the dump. I immediately stopped him, and he ended up just giving it to me for free, title and all! I am very excited about restoring this vehicle, and I knew this would be the place to come and get that help.

If you guys can give me any guidance, this is a totally new territory to me. In line 6, single cab, pre 1985...etc.

This is how she is now and I am very excited to get going on it:

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Old 06-01-2011, 02:44 PM
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Nice! It almost looks like the carpet was removed a very long time ago. I thought all the trucks had a removable panel so it could be replaced with the one needed (manual, automatic 4x4, plane automatic).
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Looks like a good project. You gonna use it as a daily driver while you work on it?
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Looks like a good project. You gonna use it as a daily driver while you work on it?
Lol, no sir. Only for trips to the dump, etc.

Got a good update this weekend.

-Changed Oil
-Air Filter - Found a dead rat carcass in canister
-Cut off deformed part of muffler/end pipe
-Removed rusty bolts for spare tire holder (need to find a better setup)
-Got a new window installed on the driver side
-Went to the dump and picked up a new driver side fender (still need to find a door)
-Replaced rear taillights
-Currently on LMC for next part order...

Its coming along...
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Old 06-05-2011, 11:24 AM
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Thats good to hear. Keep it up.
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Thanks bilt,

So I got the dash taken out and I was taking a look at my partslist...

What do you guys recommend for A/C hose replacement and where may I find such replacements at a good cost? Already have my new compressor.
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Your truck has Deluxe dealer A/C.

The dealer added it later. So you need to look for parts for that system.
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I'm really having trouble finding parts for that system. Anyone have a suggestion? LMC only has factory air in their catalog.

edit - found an ac hose place by the house, I may just have them rebuilt...
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Rebuilt would be your best option.

Dealer A/C parts are hard to come by as it's not supported much in the aftermarket sector, and the dealer parts are discontinued.
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You gonna use such a nice little truck as a scrap hauler?


If it was a long box....fine but not a lil short bed blue truck
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Haha, not for long!

Just got the hoses dropped off for rebuild.

What are you guys using to seal off the hole in the firewall where the AC hoses go through? I hammered off all the black/tar - looking stuff in order to bust them out!
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I'm not sure what the dealer used to seal those. Sounds like an expandable rubber or foam might work.

The factory A/C doesn't have that problem...
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cute little truck, cant wait to see what you do with it!
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Got the majority of the dash out. Since the pic I removed the speedo, all that remains is a wire harness.

Got a question, is there suppose to be a hole in the housing picture below? It looks like it was cut with a dremel or similar??

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Also, where do you get these motors? Its easy to find the heater blower, but not this one...

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