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Old 10-25-2012, 11:42 AM
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1977 ford f150 custom supercab

first post, i own this truck in arizona. love it, love it, love it.

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I dig it! I have the same truck, just a different color. Any plans for it?
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Old 10-26-2012, 10:49 AM
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not sure yet. it had been sitting awhile, so had a professional carburetor shop go through it and it passed emissions and is running great.

but with no a/c in arizona, doesn't cut it for 6 months. don't know if i want to go all the way with it or possibly sell it.
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Luckily we don't have emissions tests in Michigan. I highly doubt mine would pass lol. There is an aftermarket a/c kit for our trucks for less than 1k. I'm considering getting it even though it only hot for about 3 months here.
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Nice looking truck. Wish mine was that nice when I bought it

There are a good amount of aftermarket AC systems. I have on in my truck (not like I use it more then once a year here in Washington), and the system is pretty well hidden. Nothing sticks out from under the dash, and there is only the pump and a control unit in the engine bay.


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Clean looking truck for sure - I like it!
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