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Old 08-19-2012, 10:39 PM
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a few pics of my '63

Finally got around to posting a few pictures of my '63 LWB unibody with the big rear window. It's going to need some work starting with new cab mounts, tailgate and a radiator support. As you can see, the previous owner removed all the side trim and the trim strip under the rear window - I really don't know why! I'm watching for these items while I'm working on everything else - hoping I don't have to fill in 29 holes on each side before painting....


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Old 08-19-2012, 10:45 PM
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very good looking truck I like it
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Nice truck! I just picked up a 66 look forward to posting on here!
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looks like the interior is pretty clean...nice find...whts the engine?
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looks like the interior is pretty clean...nice find...whts the engine?
292 Y block with 4 speed (granny gear).... nice interior was attractive to a couple mice that moved in and chewed up my glove box liner.... I'm not planning on the cab becoming a winter vacation home for the mice!
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It's sure got some heavy duty floor mats!!
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It's sure got some heavy duty floor mats!!
That's them there feet cushion ()
Nice truck over all; great condition.
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