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Old 08-16-2010, 01:38 PM
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1972 f100 sport custom

so i could possibly get punted clear across the forum for this but i found this beauty in my search for a 70s-80s cheyenne(for emotional connection reasons) but i ran across this nice 72 f100 sportcustom 2wd longbed with a rebuilt 351m 3 speed automatic for 700 bucks i knew instantly i had to buy it, it needs some love and wiring work but its a great running solid truck and i hope to have future progress posts on here i hope to get some input on the find

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and this here is what the final outcome will be with a beautiful pearl black and pearl silver two tone with some wine red and black pinstripes

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Nice find!

Good luck with the truck.

By the way, the last picture looks like something photoshop'd?

I am preparing to paint my '72 F250 and would like to visualize some different color schemes.

Do you know of any software that I could use to do this?

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Old 08-16-2010, 04:46 PM
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yeah i photoshopped the last pic you can download gimp 2.6 for free just google gimp download and wham its there
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Thanks for the info.

How extensive of a paint job are you planning?

Painting the inside of cab, jams, etc.?
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im going all out powdercoated frame and specific parts rinolinning the underbody wheel wells bed cab floor, re upolsering the interior painting the interior the jams engine bay behind the cab everything... im planning on a retromod prolly shaving some stuff too
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