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Old 04-18-2010, 02:01 PM
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just sharing our 57

My dad and I built this Ranchero over about a 7 year period. its still not 100% done. we are changing out the steering to a rack and pinion setup which is on the way. we also want to change out the front suspension for air bags but it seems the only option is a kit from ride tech which is $600 just for the bags.


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WOW! Nice job.
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hey fat diesel. thanks for the compliment. this ranchero is actually in morgan hill. once the weather gets nicer you will probably see my dad driving it around.
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Cue Rod Sterling and the Twilight Zone music!

Can't wait to see it cruisin'!
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found these pictures from the day we chopped it. all you need is a sawzall a driveway.
we ended up having to cut the roof down the center and widen it. you can see the cut in the 4th picture.
the hardest part was getting the glass. we ended up having a guy sand down a stock windshield ($2800. ouch)

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