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Hi guys, I live in Norfolk, but I'm gone for the rest of the year on a big grey floaty thing, and I have a 73 f-100 that I started working on before I left. Right now, it's completely apart, and anyone wanting to give a hand when I return is welcome to come over. All the beer and pizza we can come up with. Thanks guys.
I can give all the help that I can. I love doing this stuff, just never got much of a chance to do it since I was in high school. Now I have 8 kids 4 of mine, and 4 step kids, so I haven't had much chance. I'm always up for some wrenchin'.
Thanks for the replies, and as far as what I'm doing, you name it, and I'm probably doing it. It's all the way to the frame, and the cab is completely gutted. I'm going to rebuild the engine, grind and paint the frame, all new bushings, shocks, and anything else that needs replaced, lower it, replace the floor boards and any other rusted sheet metal. It needs stripped and painted also. So, anything that anyone is better at, I could use the help on. I have one buddy that's out here with me that's going to help too. I really appreciate all help that I get. Thanks guys.
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