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  1. 1955effie
    09-13-2015 05:58 PM - permalink
    Sorry about the delay . I don't pop on here very often . If your still interested . It's Ocean Blue 2001 Volvo and Silver Frost Pearl for the late 1990s Ford with PPG multi colored flake mixed in the clear coat . I used Dupont but have sprayed everything in the PPG, NAPA , DUPONT paint line with good results
  2. SloppyJoe1955
    04-15-2012 11:30 PM - permalink
    Thank you hope to start driving it "legally" by the end of May.
  3. tacson
    11-07-2011 09:40 AM - permalink
    Hello BB, to be honest I have never painted that grille. Matter of fact I havent removed it since I bought the truck in 02'. It probably is very close to the original white(Ivory). Thanks and let me know if I can help any other way. Donald
  4. underthebridgejim
    09-10-2011 12:04 AM - permalink
    Jon First off Id like to thank you for the kind words you left on My paint thread,then Id like you to know that when I viewed your personel site I was blown away by the talent and attention to detail on your build. Your truck is absolutly awsome, you must be way proud. Its super coooool!
  5. Corrupt Silence
    06-09-2011 11:21 AM - permalink
    Corrupt Silence
    I hear ya'. If I do another truck I'll probably go the new chassis route as well. It's a big chunk of change up front, but the time savings would be huge. Not to mention all of the nickle and dime parts that add up. And I do have quite a few spare parts. Traded a guy about 3 grand in guitar gear for all of it. He and his son had been collecting parts for 10-15 years and the son lost interest, so the dad just got rid of it:-) Happy wrenching!
  6. Fifty-Fourd
    04-25-2011 09:49 AM - permalink
    The roll pan is from MarK and I fabricated the teardrop taillight buckets into it. The steering wheel is actually a Grant Mahogany wheel but it's close enough to the walnut is why I chose it. I am using the original seat but I had it reupholstered with a 2 tone rolled and pleated vinyl. I'll post a pic of the seat.
  7. abe
    04-18-2011 10:08 PM - permalink
    Jon, thanks for the nice words about my '54. You can see 2 pics of my interior in my gallery.
  8. 56panelford
    04-15-2011 08:30 PM - permalink
    You did it right, if you click on View Conversation both you comments and mine will appear and thanks for the info and reply. I be watching to see you end results. It's going to be a very nice truck when you're done.
  9. 56panelford
    04-13-2011 10:02 AM - permalink
    That looks like a very sturdy frame, looks like it could be 8" tall. How does that rear suspension work, the shocks look rather flat? Nice build you have going there by the way, looks very impressive.

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  • About BadAss Beaver
    Cypress, TX
    Old Iron, Guitars, Shooting, Bird Hunting
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
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    0 - 24,999
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    Beauty is a curvy body with big headlights.

    1954 F-100. View the build progress at


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