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Old 10-19-2011, 09:43 PM
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New here with My Fridge

Click the image to open in full size.This is my '57 F100 Panel that I'm just getting ready to rebuild. It has a '69 351 W with an FMX. I just picked up a 2006 CV PI front suspension for it today and will start installing it an a couple weeks. It's going to be built for cruisin' so I'll swap out the FMX for an AOD.
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Welcome! Nice truck! Keep us posted on your progress and keep the pics coming also.

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Welcome! Looks Great! Hey I also have a "tired" 69 Windsor.....I might just pull a newer 351w out of a junkie, use it, while i rebuild my 69 in my slow pace.
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Welcome! You got to love the '57 panel.
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Welcome To the new orphanage! A fridge panel is on my someday list.
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Thanks Everyone for the warm welcome!! This ol' panel is old and tired like me, but I'm hoping to give it new life this Winter. I used to have a '56 F100 that I built that I pulled my 13' '61 Forester camp trailer with. The '56 was totaled in a tornado in 2008 and this panel will be it's replacement. These panels really are a "Fridge".... lol
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That is sweet!!! I don't think I've seen one around these parts.
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Thanks Everyone for the warm welcome!! This ol' panel is old and tired like me, but I'm hoping to give it new life this Winter. I used to have a '56 F100 that I built that I pulled my 13' '61 Forester camp trailer with. The '56 was totaled in a tornado in 2008 and this panel will be it's replacement. These panels really are a "Fridge".... lol

Looks more like a chest freezer!
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Old 10-21-2011, 08:34 PM
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Maybe a walk in....
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I know of a '60 with trees growing up thru the engine bay. The ground is often wet under it so I'm sure there is only some parts left by now.

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Old 10-23-2011, 09:39 PM
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2005 CV Suspension for my '57 Panel

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That will give you a "car", like ride!
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Yes Spurredon, I hope it will ride and drive like a new Crown Victoria!! Being out of a police interceptor it should handle very well. I'm too old to fight the steering and ride of these old trucks..
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