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Local G-to-Gs sounds practical. Plenty of decent people on the West Slope also. I was out to visit my youngest right before Christmas, forgot how beautiful the area is. Look me up if you're headed toward beer-town. LOL
BTW, try posting your truck over at craigslist.org. Free ads, multiple markets (list of cities to the right), and it's what they do. Seems like you can't have too many resources.
NO PRIDE-NO SHAME
'74 F-100 4x4: It's ugly, loud and smelly. Those are it's good points!
Hello to all. Im a newby to this so have Mercy please. Im in Montrose with an OLD but almost new 40 pu, 351W, C6, wire wheels, etc, etc. Im looking for a 371 or 471 blower intake manifold and drive for a 302. Have another project going, it is a 34 FORD but not a truck. Hope to see you guys around................:-o))
I'm brand new to the site. My two-year project is nearing completion ('56 Ford F100). Is THIS the Colorado Chapter...I seem to be a bit lost. I am a female and I DO read maps, but, there doesn't appear to be one. I was hoping to join a "group" with mutual interests in classic trucks. Can anyone help me here?
I live in Leadville, am new to this forum, but have some experience with basic engine tunings esp. @ high altitude.
I've tuned an Olds up here, Volkswagens, and a Dodge truck. A project 83 F-150 4x4 with a 300 is in progress now.
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