I drove down to Ryegate and back today to pick him up.
It was also Elmer's first road trip. I must say I was please with how the 91 handled and how it drove. I got about 19 MPG on the trip down....set the cruise at 65 since I was towing the empty car dolly and didn't want it bouncing around. I got about 9 coming home. I tried to maintain 55 but some of those hills coming home were killers. I usually get about 10 in town...but I am not gentle with the happy pedal.
Looks good buddy, you better be drivin that to the next get together
1992 Ford F-350 7.3 powerstoke, short bed (shortened frame), crew cab, dyno proven tunes, 6637, 5 inch exhaust, D66 Turbo, 1 expensive e4od, billet converter, bts valvebody, electric fuel conversion, HPX, 35x12.5xR18 toyo mts, a bunch of gauges, rosewood 160/80 injectors, 6.0 intercooler, t500 and a deer catcher on the front!
The data plate says it was a special order. I don't know what was ordered special.
The VIN says it came with a 6 cylinder but someone put a y-block v-8 in it. The PO says it's a 292....I don't know. It's got a T98-14 borg warner 4 spd and a divorced Spicer model 24 transfercase. The rear is a 9" with 3.89's. The front is out of a '64 or '65 Ford with 3.92's.
Someone also cut out the exhaust crossover pipe and made their own dual exhaust.
There is no radio, and never had the dash cut for one.
Speedo doesn't work.
2001 Ford F-150 XLT, Super Crew, Frontier Bumper guard, orange painted trim and a 5.4L
1979 Ford F-150, Camo paint, 3 in. body lift, 315/75/16 hellcat wheels and a 400
1967 Mercury Cougar, Custom yellow paint with a chromed out 302
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