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Old 02-16-2014, 10:36 PM
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Only $5.00 & 10mins..1950 Ford F1

So the past few days I got time to work on my F1, heated barn,all the tools i would ever need ,cold beer&soda.
Anyways from 6pm tell 10 last nigth i got the seat bolted down, front fenders bolted down,hub caps put on,head lamps,fog lamps ,front bumper, two carbs rebuilt,tail gate fitted and put in place, and tons more lol
Also changed out the points($5.00) had compression in all the cylinders and she started rigth up but no big deal its just an old truck
More work will be going on this week im sure
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Sounds like an awesome night last night. Heated barn and all the tools you need....boy that would be nice.
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Rite on Cody, so glad to see you post.
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Cody ! When I first read your title of this I thought you where talking about your love life again!!! lol
No seriously glad to see you working on your truck and posting again .
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I was worry when you mention cold beer; nothing was going to get accomplished; but sounds like you did alot!!!
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There is nothing better than getting some much needed time to enjoy our hobby and then being productive with the time. Nice job man.
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Great job. I envy you in having a place to work. I am looking to get one
that is running and driving. That I can tinker on in the yard.





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