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Good to see your alive Dustin.
Occupation: Communications/Public Safety Officer for Loyola College In Maryland.Rev War and War of 1812 Reenactor.
Ownership: 2003 Ford F150 Sport 4X4, 1994 Ford E350 Ambulance.
Hobbies: History, Cars, Hunting, Camping, And nu8merous other things.
Shaun from MD
2009 F-150 Super Cab XL 4X4 4.6L 2Valve V8 My build thread. Big Bser number XO Slackmaster#5 RIP Stevebricks. You will be missed.
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Home: Taneytown MD
Occupation : Auto Mechanic
Ownership: 1977 F-250 Ranger Highboy,1972 Ford Mustang
Hobbies: Going to car shows, restoring antique radios,collecting old gas station signs and stuff
Last edited by flathead95hp; 01-05-2008 at 05:10 AM.
I ain't posted in a while, and I still don't have a notch body yet. I'm thinking long and hard about a '73 250 4x4 with a '79 body on it. Were going to have to drill a lot of holes due to the narrow frame, but we can handle it.
Here's my last restoration that I did this summer. Not a Ford, but just as nice.
Off topic....I think '73 to '77 f-250 4x4's had a narrower frame than the other 4x4's. If you try to put a regular 4x4 bed on a highboy you got to drill new holes. Sorry about that Tractor Boy, I just can't help myself.
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