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Old 12-03-2013, 09:09 PM
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1956 F100 Project

Scored this basket case over a year ago and figured it was time to share some of the progress.

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Great looking chassis!

What kind of power plant do you have in mind?
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Thank you. I'm going with a 351W and non-electronic AOD.
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Thank you.
351W .030 over with Edelbrock heads.
Induction still a mystery.

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Great chassis! I'm looking to build a 56 as well. Mind sharing the specs on the chassis?
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Not quite sure what you mean by specs, here's what i did:
Completely disassembled
Sandblasted using HB in a homemade booth (2x4 and plastic)
Sprayed with POR15
Stock suspension
Disassembled leaves, sandblasted and painted
All new bushings
New shocks
CPP I-Beam disc brake kit

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