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Old 11-17-2011, 11:37 AM
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Found a unibody, need info

It's a long bed v8, had ford on valve covers and looked like an equalizer? Pipe going from one exhaust manifold to the other, it's 8 lug also, how rare would this be? Were all 61 to 63s unibody?
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Old 11-17-2011, 08:00 PM
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What have is not unusall 292 V8 known as Y block. 3/4 ton pretty standard. Not all were unibodys they made flareside beds,caband chaiss,wrong box 57/60 bed used on 4wd. Some 2wd came that way too. Should have bought the one I found 25 years ago.
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This ones sitting in a yard kind of out in the country, body looked straight, last tagged in 1983
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I changed mine over to use the ramhorn manifolds instead of the cross-over. It gives me better sound and look. I'm also using porter mufflers which are great.
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If the door is unlocked the warranty plate with VIN will be on the inside of the glove box door. Shoot a close up picture of it and we'll give you more information about the truck.
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