I had a 78 1/2 ton Ford with a 400 headers and glass packs....named Scrappy.
My 91 F-150 is named Elmer Fudd. It came to me when the topper and running boards were still on it and I thought it looked like an old man truck. With those removed and the tint added the old man look is gone but the name has stuck.
The '58 is named chicken hawk. It is based on the cartoon bird that always hogtied the chicken and the dog.
My 79 is named tree truck. Ya, ya I know original but Terry's kids called it that from the begining and the name just stuck with me.
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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