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Old 03-03-2008, 06:54 PM
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This is my first post in a long time,so here is my 2 wheel drive.

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Hey fairmontman, that's a really sharp truck!!! Looks just like one that I used to own
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Here are some old crappy pictures of my truck right after I got the drop done. I hope to have the motor and trans done pretty soon and post up some new pics with the new wheels and freshly detailed motor. Right now the truck is scattered throughout my garage and shed.

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Man I LOVE your truck. I have the same paint sceme just different colors. WOW! Very nice ride.
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I'll get to the after someday. I didn't shorten the bed, I bought it like this, now I kinda like it, think Truck Gasser......
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This is my first post in a long time,so here is my 2 wheel drive.

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What size tires are you running and where did you find those quality wheels?
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How about no wheel drive?



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Old 03-03-2008, 09:46 PM
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Since this picture I have installed cab lights. Hopefully I will take a better pic soon with digital cam instead of crappy cell phone cam
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Old 03-03-2008, 11:55 PM
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Thanks John T, I try my best to keep her looking sharp.
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Here's my Aussie version when it was at it's cleanest, not much done since but I've put some smaller tyres on it recently.

More here: mac.urbanista.net/f100/

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Old 03-04-2008, 12:00 AM
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dludlow the truck has 31x10.5015lt's on it.The wheels were already on the truck when I bought it.I still see them at swap meets every once in a while.American racing might still carry them.
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I think mine is the ugliest one on here lol. But here it is. 78 F250


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I think mine is the ugliest one on here lol. But here it is. 78 F250


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I'll get to the after someday. I didn't shorten the bed, I bought it like this, now I kinda like it, think Truck Gasser......

That Looks TERRIBLE! The joker that chopped that ought to be shot. Nice work on the after shot tho.


Oh and Toothman. I love your truck man. It looks dang good.
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Hey Toothman, How come everything look backwards? I'll bet you drive on the wrong side of the road too? What will they think of next? However it does look sweet.
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My "work in progress" has been going on for quite a few years. Don't really work on it much, though. I'll get it done one of these days . . . . . . maybe!

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I don't know how to post pictures on the forum, but in my gallery I have a 1973 F-350 Super Camper Special, a 1973 F-100 and a 1965 F-100 all two wheel drive.

The F-350 has a service box and is going to our farm to be used as a farm pickup.

The 73 F-100 is a parts truck for my 65 and will be used as a mock up for my 4.6L MOD Motor install which will go in my 65.

The 65 was bought new by my grandpa and has been in the family ever sense.

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