RUIN the 400!? Please... I've been massaging it ever since that day. Today, I will find out if I FINALLY fixed that intake manifold leak...what a pain in the gass...
slowly yet surely redrobin...lol
OH, to those who weren't aware, Tyler mounted those tires himself! Quite neat on how the starter fluid works in sealing the tire to the rim. I have video of it being done. Can we post video? I'd like to post them if we can. Worst case scenerio, I may have to utilize Youtube.
Thanks for the pics Tyler! Looks good with the bigger tires! Man, it's too bad you still didn't have that bumpside!
Yeah, Ol' Tweetie Bird was a boss. Unfortunately, due to my current state in life, I don't have the time or resources to do a resto like your bump, and that thing was way more trouble than it was worth. About a month or two ago, I saw the guy that bought it had it on C-list again. I texted him and he said the same thing. He doesnt have the time or money for the thing. It's too bad though. She had potential.
On a side note, in highschool I had a bump like yours with the 300-6. Not nearly as nice as yours. The frame was about 4 inches lower in the middle, and I dont think it had a single drop of oil or coolant in it for years.
---Tyler--- "If I die in battle, I assure you it won't be for a lack of shooting Back" Current Fords: '09 Fusion Sel-/-'88 F-150 4x4 5sp. 300-6 (since 1999)
What's he asking for it Tyler? It's driving me nuts not being able to work on mine right now, but with our house being on the market, I had to clean the garage out, including the cab. I'm hoping it sells soon, so we can move, and I can bring it back home in time for the warm weather!
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