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Old 08-08-2014, 08:29 AM
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I gave this truck to my nephew and it's now done. The bed wasn't worth saving and he wanted a flatbed anyway to haul his four-wheelers. He repainted it a solid blue, it had been two-tone.

The red Bronco is my brother's vehicle and the green 4x4 is mine.

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These last two pics are of my Father getting ready to cut off the bumper bolts and the rear shocks. We had a nice project going for awhile.

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I figure everyone likes pics.

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That looks fun..Great pics!
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That looks great!

I wish my dad were here to involve in a project. I wish I could get my kids interested in mine!

Very cool and practical idea to flatbed it for hauling the toy.
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Your nephew did a nice job.
And a for making it a family project.
You're right, we love pics, thanks.
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That looks great!

I wish my dad were here to involve in a project. I wish I could get my kids interested in mine!

Very cool and practical idea to flatbed it for hauling the toy.
Thanks for the comments.

He has 3-wheelers, 4-wheelers, and motorcycles. They live in a rural area and riding trails and fields with friends is what he loves.

Here are a few pics of the next project. It's a 1978 Flairside with a 6 cyl. and 4 speed. It's also 4x4. My brother who owns the red Bronco bought this truck from another brother. While I'm replacing floorpans over there this winter they will be working on the Flairside(I see a step not a flair).


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