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Old 05-05-2007, 01:07 AM
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busy as a bee. too busy to post most of the time. heres the latest on my love of ford trucks.... since i havent spokle in a while and all i do is read i have a 79 f100 2wd 302 3 on the tree.

help monckywrench at the yard and have him help me on my vehicle as well. somtimes i think he helps me more than i do him. but he don't complain and we work well together on all types of stuff especially ford stuff. definate learning adventure.

within the last two weeks i had to help code 3 move out of his shop. too bad. the guy really got screwed from some arrangement he had with some other buddies and we had to put his stuff into storage. thats a lot less work that will happen to those trucks but let me tell you they sure are nice finds. numbers match.

my truck i backed into a pole and got no dent but now sits croked like i tweeked the rear leaf. oh well. i found a crack on the drivers side a brace and canned one from a 77 at monckywrench's yard an i plan to put that in soon and play with some welding on my exhaust. as well all know there is a list amile long for all of our trucks but one thing at atime please....ha ha.
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That was unfortunate for Mr. C3. I could've really used some external shop space...err shop space period. The distance just wouldn't have been too friendly for me tho.

Good Luck on getting that truck's rear-end fixed...
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