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Old 01-18-2008, 09:35 PM
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Besides FT's

Well I see there a few car guys here and sure there are more and want to see some more of them! LOL...... I really love my FT which seems to take priority but I also have a car. Not a Ford sorry but a 73 Datsun 240Z under restoration..... Well ok very slow restoration =)
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Old 01-19-2008, 06:17 AM
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Looks like you have a pretty good start on it. I have nothing. Once I get the garage built then I will get a little more serious looking. I hope it's going to be a 66 F100.
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Old 01-19-2008, 08:58 AM
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Very cool car so far Mike.

I have a few different ford trucks I am working on as projects, and Im mainly a ford guy. I only have a 05 Civic for a car for now, but I plan on getting a 87-93 mustang gt convertible, and a 69 dodge charger to paint up like the general lee.
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Thx guys it is a good start. Lots done and still lots to do. It's been so slow. Over half my driving career was behind the wheel of a 240 so been hard to keep up the motivation lol. But seriously gonna try for this summer as it'll be 25 yrs since this one was last on the road and it'll be so sweet. Did have a 48 F6 but had to sell because I had no room to keep it.
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Lack of room sucks. That would have been a cool ol truck too.
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Just had the cab front clip and running boards. But would have been a cool project as it was mostly there. Mint sheet metal to. Really hate I had to sell it. Buyin a house soon or lookin to anyways. Just gotta find one with enough room for lots of vehicles LOL
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That car looks like it will be a sweet ride.Was that your '79 short box as well?
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The 79 with the white hood is my bro's and is all black now and the 79 with the loggers box is mine when I first got it. Most recent pics of my truck in my gallery.
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Oh ya,I alreadychecked out your gallery.I even left a comment.
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I had the one I wanted to redo. It was a 66 Bronco. Looked like crap but I loved that thing. That thing could climb trees. Had to sell it when we moved to Alberta. No way I could afford another.
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Those old bronco's, if done right were pretty neat. I really liked em when they were the 78,79's.
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My choice is 66-77. I had an 81 and didn't like it half as much as my 66. Mind you I didn't have the wife and kids when the 66 was my daily driver. I put a 3" lift and 33s on the 81 and it didn't look too bad. The top was alot lighter too. They usually came off at times in the summer months.
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Ya the little Bronc's were cool. The 78/79's were to but 80 and up Blah... Had an 88, did a sas and still hated it lol. Actually just got tired of workin on it and wanted a truck. Funny how my old smoky 351m in the 79 was an upgrade from the 302 in the bronco.
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My neighbor up the street has a Bronco.It look's like a '81.I noticed it 2 years ago when she had the garage door up.She's about 75 yrs. of age.That thing hasn't moved,black with the orange stripe,it look's like it's in good shape.Ive thought about talking to her about it,just havn't got the room for another truck.
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You want to see some stuff that needs to be saved? You may have seen this site before but if not you will enjoy it.

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