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Old 02-04-2004, 09:05 PM
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Talking 1973-1979 Everlasting Steel Glove Box- Tech Article by a fellow Okie!!!

If you haven't seen it please do- under Tech Articles!!!

Our very own CigarXTC has a tech article by this title.
The best part? He makes it look so easy- even I am gonna
do one for "Wilma". In spite of the fact that the only thing
I can do with sheet metal is get cut by it!!!

Way to go man!!! This is one example of the quality of
folks here in Oklahoma. If any of you have a idea for a
tech article, go ahead! Put it in! Or if you want to test
the waters, run it by us here in the forum, and we'll give
you input on it. Let's make our chapter stand out! This is
just one way!


Congratulations CigarXTC!

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Old 02-05-2004, 01:36 PM
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Thanks Mark! I hope it helps others with replacing those flimsy paper gloveboxes. I was planning on bringing one of those to the 2004 Oklahoma FTE get together as a door prize/give away.

( shh....don't tell. I've got more tech articles on the way. Some of the 53-55 F100 owners might enjoy. shhh..... )


If anybody needs help with makin' one of these boxes, lemme know if I can help!
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I had one of those made for my truck by a local metal guy about 7 years ago. They are so nice. I'm glad you had a pattern made for everyone to do it. Congrats!!!!!!!
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i wish i would have known about when i had my 77, i ended up riping out the paper glove box ad shuving a 500w amp in there!
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