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Old 08-01-2008, 05:17 PM
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Welcome to wikedscot!

Say hello to our newest member of the chapter - from LA.

I'll have to keep an eye out for him as he hasn't posted yet and hasn't got his emails activated, but I'll find him.

He's got a 67f100.

Where are youuuuuuuu?
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Old 08-01-2008, 05:25 PM
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Welcome wickedscot. Are you scottish? Or just Scott?

We need pictures of the '67. Just for validation purposes. It's all quite routine.
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Old 08-01-2008, 06:23 PM
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dont listen to bill he just has to know everything about everyone...ok not really but some pics would be cool!

by the way welcome!
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I looked up his avatar. That's a nice looking, albeit tiny, truck.
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Thanks for all the welcomes and how do ya dos!
The avatar is just that, a rep of what mi truck WILL look like.
I recently picked this truck up from a guy that was about to scrap it, and I just couldn't let it happen.
Well, I have a '67 F100 Ranger, Shes stuffed with a 390 topped with a Holley 600, Dana rr, and C6 for the trans. As she sits, she's the original color, Springtime Yellow, with white trim,Wheat interior (which needs HELP!) She was built up north in San Jose as a special order.Little else is known about her at this point, but I have big plans and have already started looking for resources which led me to this awesome site.
Pics are forthcoming!
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Old 08-04-2008, 02:35 PM
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Welcome wickedscot. Are you scottish? Or just Scott?

We need pictures of the '67. Just for validation purposes. It's all quite routine.
Both, i'm second generation born here,from Ayershire, Scotland.
Bottom line....I'm A PROUD American!!!
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Aye, and of course I never doubted that part. Really I was just wondering if your given name was Scott. I'm bad with names, but I try.

You might want to look up a member here called NumberDummy (Bill) if you haven't already. He is our resident parts expert and a great resource for the old trucks.

And Brady loves those 390's.

Thanks for checking in.
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Thanks for the NumberDummy reference, I will need some help finding parts.
I am right now, looking for a seat. Is it true that '66-'85's will bolt right in, or do I need to find the mounting brackets?
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And Brady loves those 390's.

This is bills idea of a joke..... long story short they guys in the 390/FE section are not to fond of me....
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Thanks for the NumberDummy reference, I will need some help finding parts.
I am right now, looking for a seat. Is it true that '66-'85's will bolt right in, or do I need to find the mounting brackets?
Glad to see you made it by.

I wish I knew the answer to that question for you, Scott. I'm pretty sure Bill (ND) will be able to help you out there.

Check out the threads in our forum here - we have a couple of get togethers coming up that you might be interested in attending.
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This is bills idea of a joke.....
And a good one it was....
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Thanks for the NumberDummy reference, I will need some help finding parts.
I am right now, looking for a seat. Is it true that '66-'85's will bolt right in, or do I need to find the mounting brackets?
yeah something like that, you still need the brakets that your seat came wiht but the sliders off of the new seat. if you need one and dont mind rebuilding it i got on at my house you are welcome to if you want it, it came out of a 69. but it needs help and has no sliders or mounts just the seat frame springs pad and cover.
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