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Old 06-06-2012, 11:52 PM
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Pictures finally

Click the image to open in full size.My 1960 F100Click the image to open in full size.PinstripingClick the image to open in full size.interiorClick the image to open in full size.
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Old 06-07-2012, 09:52 AM
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FM06 Your truck looks like good driver!
Whats your drive train.
Whats your plans.
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P/O swapped 240 with a 250/fordomatic 2 speed. Plan on a c4 for now, eventually would like a 292. Replaced front susp with reverse eye leafs & dropped beam, shocks, kingpins, tie rods, & drag link. P/O removed leafs to lower rear. Plan on rear leafs & axle flip/c-notch. Ordered wheels, vintiques 12 series bare, 41 caps & trim rings. I don't like the chrome smoothies so I got some I could paint red, just waiting for them to ship
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Love the stance. Thinking that's the route I'll go with mine as well.
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Thanks, wanted low but still be able to drive it everyday. Decided against IFS , due to time & money. I also wanted something strong & simple that will last. Maybe I can't corner fast, but it has less bump steer & rattles than my 66 mustang had.
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Looks great; was the dash pin strip done by hand or vnyl sticker?
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Nice looking Fridge!

That seat looks great.
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Sits nice for the guys that like 'em low. I'm a sucker for a white truck. It's all I can do to keep from busting out the white paint, but then I'd have to do the interior and that's such a pita. Cool truck and drive the heck outa that thing!
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great truck! love the taillights. i would agree with spur, thats a great looking seat. looks alot more comfortable than mine. i also see you have seat belts. thats on my to-do list. how are they secured? just bolted to the floor?
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Pinstripes done by hand by p/o also on front of hood & tailgate. Seatbelts were a must have, feel weird driving without them. Got them online, just bolted to floor with bracket kits.
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