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Old 12-22-2010, 06:14 AM
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heres my 92...i picked it up 4 nothing..the guys dad bought brand new in 92 and he just wanted it out o his yard..it needed some work so i picked up a parts truck and have started putting it back togather..i sold my 2000 sport xcab 4x4 so i could pursue this one. its my favorite body style..
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Nice truck. I'm an 80's style man myself but I do like that style too... There looks to be rust repair. Did you do that yourself?

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Old 12-24-2010, 10:42 PM
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the rust work was done already..truth be told i got this truck 4 virtualy nothing, the guy just said to get it off his driveway....
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Not new to the forums but new to the Maine Chapter. Some of you may have seen this old girl driving around between Standish and SoPo.
1995 F-250 7.3L Turbo Diesel, Mods- 3" Downpipe to a 5" straight pipe side exit, DIY 6673 Intake, Clear headlights, and a PA system.

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Great pics. Thanks for sharing.

That second pic of the 95 looks like is should be on the cover of a truck magazine!!!
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Not new to the forums but new to the Maine Chapter. Some of you may have seen this old girl driving around between Standish and SoPo.
1995 F-250 7.3L Turbo Diesel, Mods- 3" Downpipe to a 5" straight pipe side exit, DIY 6673 Intake, Clear headlights, and a PA system.

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Nice Truck! Love the 92 to 96's. My SIL lives in South Portland so I will be on the look out when there.
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Old 05-30-2011, 05:55 PM
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Well, I'm sure the Maine forum is dead or close to it, but I'll post up anyway:

Car is 97 ScoobyDoo Legacy w/257,XXX miles,
Bike is a 02 Honda VTX 1800C w/39,XXX miles,
Truck is a 02 Ford F-350 XLT 7.3 Diesel @93,XXXmi w/ Lots of mods, and more to come!

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Old 12-04-2011, 04:12 PM
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this is my tree service truck some of you guys may see around from time to time.she can be seen running up the coast anywhere between tenants harbor to bar harbor.

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found her setup as a normal pickup down in Conn a couple yrs ago.
still needs a couple front fenders (should be in the mail) and a fresh coat of paint.
she sports the old school diesel and does pretty well at keeping my overhead down so i can actually end up with a buck or two at the end of the day.
82k orig miles.
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Thumbs up 1952 Ford F-8

My newest project.

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Hope that worked out to see some pics.
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My newest project.

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Hope that worked out to see some pics.

Nice find! Where'd you pick the 'ol girl up?

Feel free to stop by on the monthly chat threads... just a way to keep in touch and BS with each other... both in-state and some friendly out-of staters, lol!


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Thanks ToMang07!
I had been searching for "something different", something that no matter where you go, people would just have to stop and ask questions. I have an F-1....But so do many others!! I'm one of a handful that have an F-8, especially here in Maine! Most have rusted away or been beaten without mercy working. I found this one in Connecticut. I was drawn to it because of the lack of RUST!!
Also I'm glad I'm putting something so rare on the road again soon.
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Talking 1951 Ford F-1 Project

Modernizing this one. 3/4 race flathead, T-5 trans, A/C,Explorer rear axle, power disk brakes. etc. Long way to go on this one. I'll get the F-8 going first. Also my old 49 Coupe.


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