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I'll start it off, this was in about February, we took her up in the canyons to do some coyote huntin, took this pic right at sunrise on a hill and when I put that filter on the picture, I was stunned at how beautiful it looked against the background
Ok, I haven't formally introduced 'Truck Norris' yet, and I probably will in its own thread. Long story short $300.00 F150, 5000 miles on 360/tranny rebuild.... saved it from the crusher, all she needed was a tune up. That said, there is NOT a body panel with out a rust hole(s) or dent. Instead of fixing and restoring($$$$$$$), I am going to embrace the EXTREME patina. I wash her with Dawn and 150 grit.....I have a salt treated 2x4 cut to a wedge jammed in the bottom of the front fender so I can open the passenger door...AND I LOVE IT!! My OCD-ness is totally flipping out over this but I am LOVING THIS TRUCK!!
Specs - '75 F150 360/C6, Factory AC, 31x10.50s on 15x10s
Dry fitting boards for an NC trip in a couple weeks. My Grand Wagoneer's engine swap wont be done so my son and I are taking Truck Norris while wife and other 2 kids take her car
door sign and stripe hand painted and distressed by me
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