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Old 12-09-2011, 05:53 PM
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1965 f100 in Elkridge

HI EVERYONE!

I have a nice condition '65 f100 with a 240 and a 3 speed i am either going to sell it or swap a v-8 auto in it. If you have done this operation please drop me a line!

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Hello Rob, and welcome to FTE!!!!. There are some around here who can help you with the swap if you want. I'd like to see some pictures of your truck,as would everyone else here. Charlie on the eastern shore is into slick bodys, and even has a unibody.
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THANKS! It is a cool little truck, I just got frustrated with it a bit but think I am back on course. Here it is before the paint job;

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Looks like a nice truck. What does it need to finish it?
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Welcome aboard Rob, very nice looking truck.
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Looks like a nice truck. What does it need to finish it?
The motor and trans run well, but I want to swap it with a v8 and auto trans, also power disc brakes, power steering and vintage air. It really is getting there, I did all the brake lines and electrical already.

Trying to decide if I can get what I need without buying a whole other truck - space is at a premium here. I will try to come up with a list of what I need (easier said than done I am sure) and go from there.
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