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Post up your first name, where you call home and a little about yourself so you all can get to know each other.
Got invited today, the first I heard of a ND Chapter.
I don't know who was behind starting it up, but if this is going to keep going, we have to get the posts rolling. So let me introduce myself.
My name is Blaine, and I live south of Mandan. I mainly frequent the 1948-1960 forum, as I have a '54 F100. I also have '55 F150 parts truck, and a '93 F150. My son has a 1973 F100, which was given to him when his Grandfather passed on, and a '99 F150. And my daughter has a '91 F150, so there are quite a few Ford trucks in the family.
My '54 F100 is not running, as it has been setting (outdoors) for about 30 years. But I have a good start on gather parts for it. I intend to swap in a 351W and FMX automatic, but will build more for reliability and comfort rather than speed.
Hey everybody!! My name is Marc, I live in a small town called Watford City. Its about an hour away from Montana, 2 hours south of Minot. I am currently living in Bamberg, Germany. I am staitioned there. I am in the active Army, been in for about 2 1/2 years. I just returned from a 15 month tour in Iraq around the beginning of September. I am a mechaninc in the Army.
I cant wait to get back to ND, havent been there for about a year! I need to get back to my 95 f-150 -pics in gallery. I am so glad this forum got started.
I'm Matt, I live in Devils Lake and drive a 94 f-150 reg cab 4x4 m5od tranny with 302 motor. Currently I'm actually looking for a replacement motor. The one in my pickup is sittin at 210,000 miles, valve guides are shot, and the head gasket is blown. I usually check in quite often in the 1987-1996 forum, just don't post a whole lot.
What's up guys, and gals. I'm Luke, I live in Williston and drive a 2000 F250 Powerstroke. Black, crew cab, lift, 20" rockstar rims with Terra Grappler tires which will prolly change soon cuz they dont look that aggressive. I work in the oil field like everyone else in this town. I work for Weatherford in the TRS (tubular running services) division which is running casing, picking up drill pipe and laying down drill pipe also. I work alot so I'm saving alot of money I'm making and planning on doin alot of work to the truck sometime soon. I dont wanna be some other diesel truck with a programmer and exhaust. I'm gonna go nuts with this thing LOL.
Bryan here. I currently live in golden valley, out by beulah. I am a welder by trade but, i enjoy hunting and racing in my free time. I have a 2000 F-350 cc. 7.3l powerstroke that i would like to do some modding to. I have had alot of questions answered on here so far and home to help others sometime too.
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