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Old 05-08-2013, 02:31 AM
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Wow!!! That red is a really RED. Bud I like it. I like it a lot. Great job
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Nice work... Go Bulls!!
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That is one sweet truck. Nice job!
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you can call it what ever you want i'm just calling it a way to cool truck
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Love it, great look.
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Well, If I was that kid telling you how to build your truck I would have nothing to say now. Turned out beautiful.

Love the gauges, if you do not mind sharing I might steal the idea.
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Sweet!!! Awesome truck
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The truck went of to the interior shop finally. Here she is getting ready for the trailer
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Here are a few from the interior shop. I had them do black leather with bright red stitch.








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Now she's back st the restoration shop to be completed. Should only be a week or so to get there running and on the road now. I can't wait!
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looks amazing , I cant wait for mine to be at that stage
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Bobby41909,

Regardless of what style you call your truck (I almost fell asleep during the school on types of vehicles, but at least it was a civil exchange) that is one fine looking Ford F-1!! I like everything about it. Thanks for sharing it with us!

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Nice work, man. I really like the attention to detail.
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