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Old 09-26-2010, 05:00 AM
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Here is mine. All original parts that I can tell.
The right rear hubcap is D7TZ1130A - 1977/96 F100/150.

The "outie" wheels used with this "outie" hubcap were not available prior to 1965.
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My 66 unibody ... looking for a new home for him. 1966 Ford F100

unibody's are 61-63 and the bed is made into the cab....
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Im startin to love these uni's more and more everyday! keep the pics coming!
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Okay I will try and post pic's
this is engine compartment. Note the mounting of the jack and lug wrench
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The bed rails are from a Dodge Wagon
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Bulb had burnt a hole in one lens so I inserted Big truck marker lenses into them.
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Ya that's a Ford installed Spot Light
White marbles in the *****

Wrap around rear window and etching.
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And whiskey pouch
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She has an 8 track and LTD peddles and interior lights
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Here is a picture of my son Harley and his 61 Uni engine and chassis. The body is still in the barn on a trailer......We started the body work (not much to do...) but have both been working to much to work on it for the last 2 years....Plans are for us to finish up the body work this winter!


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That mil looks like, when all is finished, is going to be a whole lot of fun, when your right foot stomps the "go peddle"!
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A 460 ci under the hood is what I would call "Dynamite"! Very nice truck and installation of the 460. Question, what kind of power brake unit did you use on you 61? I need to install a power brake system on my 64. Thanks
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Thats the only piece on my truck that is GM , its from an 80 camero
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Was the GM booster difficult to adapt to the existing break pedal?
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This is the one area of my truck I wish we would've done differently, my brake pedal is gone and now my clutch pedal is my brake pedal because of limited space under the hood. The truck was going to be just a race truck but as the build went on it turned into a street truck.
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Fastlane, anymore pics or info on your ride? looks killer!!!!
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TRUCKROD=, Thanks for the information on the booster unit, it is pretty tight under there alright, thanks Les.
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