1961 - 1966 F-100 & Larger F-Series Trucks
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Thanks, i got it for next to nothing, And I want to drive it to school next year. We are going to start by dropping in a strong 390 thats just been waiting for it's day, then we will be putting in a new rear end, fixing the brakes, and painting it.
Anybody have any ideas where to start as far as a resto goes?
I thought I'd post some pics of my truck to help motivate you. I've been working on it pretty steady since the beginning of February. I just finished painting the hood today, and should have the box done and the truck back together within two weeks. These old 4x4s are worth fixing up and hanging on to, not that they'll ever be worth much but theres just not many of them around.
I restored the wheel and got the information from you on it's proper shade of white last fall. The steering column in this truck has no evidence of ever being white, and there were spots where the black paint was worn through to the bare metal. Although I haven't had it since new, this truck hasn't been fooled with much over the years, and I'm 99% certain that it's never been removed from the truck. Maybe some were white, some black?
Clutch, Transmission, Differential, Axle & Transfer Case
08-18-2005 09:55 PM
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