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My wife and buddies always comment about me not wearing shoes. I hate shoes.
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My wife and buddies always comment about me not wearing shoes. I hate shoes.
Me too! I hate wearing shoes.
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The windows are done, just need to mount the motors and switches.
Ahh. I remembered someone in the past doing it and saying the kit that's out there is junk. I found the thread. It be you. At one point in time I started dinking with fabing some 97 T-Bird regulators to fit in my 68 F250. Switches huh? Think I'll revive an old thread of mine maybe it will help you figure out which switches to use.
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Ahh. I remembered someone in the past doing it and saying the kit that's out there is junk. I found the thread. It be you. At one point in time I started dinking with fabing some 97 T-Bird regulators to fit in my 68 F250. Switches huh? Think I'll revive an old thread of mine maybe it will help you figure out which switches to use.
I went with the Autoloc switches so I could use my stock window handles.
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Kinda. I ended up recovering my stuff from the painter. The bed is still not painted but I did get the doors painted. He re-sprayed the fenders and started sanding them but I just took all my paint and parts and left. Dude wanted me to pay him way more than he was worth and it was like pulling teeth to get him to do anything. Also decided to ditch the 700r4 and go with a GM4l80e with a compushift controller. I have about 90% of the truck wired and all the AC ducts run. It's not easy to run four Ac and two defrost ducts with the recessed firewall and reworked dash. Not very much room left. I had to get real creative. I'll post up some pics later tonight.
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Good deal amigo, I have been wondering too... keep us on the same page, when you can. Your thread is one of my favorites...

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Not too much to really show. I got the panels that go behind the seat covered in some extra black leather I had. The only reason I didn't use the tan leather was I did not think I would have enough since I am going to do the headliner and one extra set of door panels.

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nothing but the best work of course, looks sharp as hell man. I love the speaker idea, very cleaver indeed.
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