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Old 04-14-2010, 12:25 PM
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This truck would look real good with Ford bed rails on it!!


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Those were on it when I bought it. I had no idea they weren't Ford.
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The wife likes the truck to Wants me to use that blue on my truck!
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Here's mine today. Looks like the last one, except Mother Nature Photoshopped in some snow for added visual effects!

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Here's mine enjoying the lovely weather:
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Old 04-14-2010, 09:27 PM
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your guys trucks are too pretty....

heres mine
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new cab floor sections welded in today

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Putting the engine back in. I didn't get nearly as much done as I'd hoped this winter. I came across a hp 60 front that I rebuilt and installed. Bodywork will have to wait until next winter. It's nice out and I want to drive it, so it's going back together as is. It's not going to win any shows, but I sure love driving my old dent.

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Here is The Green Truck. I will give a formal introduction soon.
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Middlebay - Looking forward to seeing more pictures of that green truck. Looks cool.

Here is mine, in the garage, leaking oil and waiting for some new tires and for me to fix that turn signal.

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This what it looked like last Sunday, that was the last time I saw it, it's at my sons in Portland. Click the image to open in full size.
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well this is what mine looked like a day or two ago, body is almost off now and going on the frame you see in the background. Hope to have pics of the finished truck soon.
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Putting the engine back in. I didn't get nearly as much done as I'd hoped this winter. I came across a hp 60 front that I rebuilt and installed. Bodywork will have to wait until next winter. It's nice out and I want to drive it, so it's going back together as is. It's not going to win any shows, but I sure love driving my old dent.

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Dang I love that look you got going there! Not too lifted not too low, perfect ride height for a 4x4 IMO.
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No matter, still a great looking truck!!
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