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Old 08-26-2014, 06:43 PM
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emspjay, Thanks a lot!


RedDevil460, Thanks, I really like the oxford white. I would take sparkling chrome over blacked out everytime.

broncoderek. I like your truck as it is. I just may add a dual hood scoop and running boards myself. Also, it would look good with vent visors, a roof visor and a little wider tires.
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Old 08-27-2014, 12:00 AM
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RedDevil460, Thanks, I really like the oxford white. I would take sparkling chrome over blacked out everytime.

broncoderek. I like your truck as it is. I just may add a dual hood scoop and running boards myself. Also, it would look good with vent visors, a roof visor and a little wider tires.
Yeah it looks great. I liked white before but now that I've got a white truck, I like them more, for some reason, haha. I'm a big fan of chrome, but like the blacked out look too. With all the white and chrome on my truck, I'm going smoked for the lights to contrast/break up all the chrome and white. And because I like the smoked lights better, but I think I'm going to keep the headlights clear/chrome.
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Not sure, it's one-two pages back.
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broncoderek. I like your truck as it is. I just may add a dual hood scoop and running boards myself. Also, it would look good with vent visors, a roof visor and a little wider tires.
Why thank you! I think a 4" lift and 32-33" tires will do help a lot!
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Old 08-27-2014, 11:25 AM
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I rarely say this but that truck I think would look good with chrome trim on the fenders. Break up the red a bit add a bit more chrome I think it would put the icing on the cake. Not to much more I would do to that beauty.



Ford Fun 14 do you have any pics from the rear I am curious about your exhaust exit.
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I rarely say this but that truck I think would look good with chrome trim on the fenders. Break up the red a bit add a bit more chrome I think it would put the icing on the cake. Not to much more I would do to that beauty.



Ford Fun 14 do you have any pics from the rear I am curious about your exhaust exit.
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that's cool. I like black and red trucks.
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Jokes aside, it's a beauty, I hope you make it run soon. I've heard they're good on gas too, so that should be a big plus.
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I have a 93 f150 with the 351W in it a little over 250,000 on it and she feels pretty tired. Its all stock and I've got some money coming in of about 2k . besides a K&N intake and exaust what can I do to bring back the spunky quick truck I remember? If I'm gonna be putting money in her I want it loud and quick. Not looking at top end but more of acceleration. Can anyone help?
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