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Old 05-28-2010, 01:26 PM
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Love the pic's, i'm in the process of lowering mine too...


TGowers- your truck is exactly the look im going for except im going with flat black with a white top. Awesome job btw.
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Hey you got anymore pics of this thing? I wanna do my High-Boy the same way, and yours is looking pretty natural, I must say. Thanks!!
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I want to know more about this rig, anyone know this one?


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This was taken at a show in So-Cal if that helps...
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This was taken at a show in So-Cal if that helps...
Close... Scottsdale, AZ. According to Classic Trucks' website, that's Randy Busha's '72 F-250, 360/C6. I've not seen it around town...
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the truck on the far right, is that a 73 or later style hood? looks like it drops farther in the front towards the grille than most.
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the truck on the far right, is that a 73 or later style hood? looks like it drops farther in the front towards the grille than most.
Which truck are you referrin' to...?
I see no trucks in here with a '73-'79 Hood.
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sorry that was to mYchelCROWSON- or anyone else who might know on page 3-
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the truck on the far right, is that a 73 or later style hood? looks like it drops farther in the front towards the grille than most.

are you talking about that chev you can see in the far ground cus thats the only other truck in that pic
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its the green one, mid of page 3 far right, title is we should all have 1 of each.....
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Nope, Not a '73-'79 Hood...
How do I know? I have a '76 F-350 Myself...
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o ok, must just be me than.... seems like its closer to the grille than others ive seen. OK saw a few sport torque/ original cragar rims- anyone know if they make that style as an 8 lug? or custom make only?
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Well I appreciate the rest of the info on the hood and stuff.
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I wonder if this worked

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sorry last try......

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