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Old 04-25-2013, 11:06 PM
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Me and that old ride have seen some times! The picture I posted is me in my senior prom tux. My wife of ten years now was my date that night. We ended up on the tailgate on the bank of the PeeDee river, fishing till the sun came up. That tailgate has a cut from a circular saw going through one if the corners about three inches long from when my Dad was building me my first basketball goal when I was about nine years old. That sharp edge caught and nicked her leg a little, let's just say I had fun playing "doctor"!
Every speeding ticket I ever got was in that truck. Worst one was only 79 in a 55! Still not bad for a thirtytwo year old truck. There's just something women like about a pickup man!
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Old 04-29-2013, 10:20 AM
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Good stuff man. Sounds like tons of fond memories in that truck.
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Excursion V10 4x4
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Nice looking rides you got there crunk. I like the cow pusher on the front of the excursion. I also like the clean look of the gt. They look much cooler streamlined then when folks add a bunch of unnecessary body parts and moldings.


The wife is enjoying her 97 v6 ragtop pony. Besides the throwout bearing I have some bad coolant hoses. I need to replace them and flush the system. Otherwise so far so good.
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Nice looking rides you got there crunk. I like the cow pusher on the front of the excursion. I also like the clean look of the gt. They look much cooler streamlined then when folks add a bunch of unnecessary body parts and moldings.


The wife is enjoying her 97 v6 ragtop pony. Besides the throwout bearing I have some bad coolant hoses. I need to replace them and flush the system. Otherwise so far so good.
Thanks man. I've been putting a lot of work into that Ex. I got it at a really good price, but it was priced that way because of the headaches it would cause . The grill guard is actually torn off on the passenger side. I need to replace it when I find one for really cheap.

Couldn't agree more on the mustang. I hate it when they "rice" them. Clean and simple looks best.

That isn't too bad! Where are you located Heavy?
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Old 11-05-2013, 04:26 PM
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I live in Garner. About 2 hours from Wilmington.
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I live in Garner. About 2 hours from Wilmington.
Not too bad. I'll be driving through Garner on Friday
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Old 11-08-2013, 09:55 AM
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Enjoy your drive through our wonderful town. Don't blink you might miss it.

If you get up this way more often shoot me a message and we'll try to get together.
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Just sharing some photos from this past weekend. Wished I could have had a deer or coyote photo to include but they didn't cooperate this weekend. Not having a very productive hunting season this year. Mostly comes down to not enough time in the woods. But I still have a month left to bag a deer and plenty of time to bag a coyote.

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That's some nice looking country.
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Here is my collection of Fords...













1997 F150 4.6 4x4 on 32's
1995 F350 CCLB DRW 7.3 PSD 360k on the clock and still ticking.
1992 F150 300 5 speed 35x16 boggers rear 35x12.5 TSL's front
1977 F150 429/c6 Full spool in the rear open front 5.13's 38.5x11 Boggers in front and 38.5x15 Boggers rear
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Old 12-03-2013, 09:51 AM
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Awesome! That's quite a collection. Thanks for sharing.

Do you ever make it out to Lee County Mud Motorsports Complex? Or let us/me know when and where you're running next and I'll try to make it out there.
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My new addition is a 1977 F250 2wd. It has a 400, C6, Dana 61, and a 7900 GVWR. I bought it not running but with a little effort I was able to drive it home. The body is a little beat but my focus is on making it reliable, which aside from cleaning or replacing the tank appears to be limited to fluids, belts, valve cover gaskets, a rag joint, and tires. I actually was able to purchase the truck solely from Fantasy Football winnings, which is nice.
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Good luck with the new truck
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Awesome! That's quite a collection. Thanks for sharing.

Do you ever make it out to Lee County Mud Motorsports Complex? Or let us/me know when and where you're running next and I'll try to make it out there.
Yea ive ran Lee county a few times with both the 77 and my jeep. I wanna make it to another but it'll be depending on my money this year since i just bought a new house and its about a 2.5-3h haul when pulling 2 trucks. My first race of the year will be at jump and run creek mudbog in Hubert NC
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