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Old 12-27-2008, 08:08 AM
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Absolutely beautiful truck, nice work!
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Man, that's a nice truck, Some great body and paint works there. I may still go with red on mine, if I ever get to the "finished" place you speak of.That red is hard to beat.
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Chris,

I bought the roll pan from Hot Rods Trucks a couple of years ago. You can get them smooth and with or without lights.
I just got back from summit racing trying to decide what wheels to buy and found some other things that would dress up the engine a little.
So i guess it isn't finished.
If i even thought of bringing another truck or car home my wife would probably divorce me.

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The Ford lettering on the tailgate is stamped on.same as original. I haven't decided on what color to paint the lettering. I may go with a dark gray with a lighter color outline.

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