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  1. Drewski 2
    07-15-2011 09:58 PM - permalink
    Drewski 2
    Thanks!!!
    Drew
  2. underthebridgejim
    07-15-2011 09:29 PM - permalink
    underthebridgejim
    Heah there, I just saw your truck on the show your truck thread and i think its wicked looking, keep it up and your going to have one bad ass ride.
  3. MrMagoo187
    02-27-2011 02:54 AM - permalink
    MrMagoo187
    Hi There,

    saw your truck on one of my threads and thought id say WOW! nice job. Im just starting mine, got good bones i think. no rust, pretty straight. My first project is going to be the rolled pan but i after that im thinking of removing the drip rails, choping the top but just the winshield posts. On a 56 i think it would look good with an inch and a half or so out of the winshield. Never done it before so i thought i would ask. Is it too much for a rookie. Ive been told i should lengthen the roof. Is this good info? I just want to try and make the roofline parrallell to the running boards and fender tops. I think they look a bit like the roof is on a different plane. Then i would like to take some out of the front of the hood. Any suggestions, advice?

    thanks
    Mike
  4. Drewski 2
    01-07-2010 12:38 PM - permalink
    Drewski 2
    Sorry for the long delay in responding, but I don't come to this site as often as I used to. Yes it is a Fairlane part. The running boards, rear fenders, and front end are all Fairlane. The front end fits poorly across the cowl area, but that seems to be the norm with everyone that I know of that used this part. I don't think it's going to take a lot to make it fit though. All the parts have the normal waves and bumps for fiberglass parts. I've worked with parts that were a lot worse. They seem to be very strong. I don't think you will be disappointed with their parts.

    Andrew
  5. hwyhogg
    12-02-2009 06:15 PM - permalink
    hwyhogg
    Hello, is your front end a fairlane fiberglass? Did it fit without much "massaging". Any info would be a great help. I'm trying to decide what to put on my 56 panel.
    thanks james...email is jlbcampbell@tampabay.rr.com

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  • About Drewski 2
    Biography
    Retired from the auto mfg. industry. Always a hot rodder, putting engines in things they didn't belong in.
    Location
    Lavergne, Tn.
    Interests
    Custom fabrication, whether automotive, woodworking, or just building a trailer.
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    TN
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-100
    Year
    1955
    Current Mileage
    Rather not say
    Miles per year
    Rather not say
  • Signature
    Drew
    55 F100-On the Darkside-lightly toasted,
    My Build..http://www.garagejournal.com/forum/s...ad.php?t=98595
    Life is like a roll of toilet paper......the closer you get to the end, the faster it goes!!!!

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55 F100 when first acquiredUpdated: 07-19-2014
55 F100 with lots of parts from unknown origin. Drove and ran as bad as it looked.
Views: 107
Vehicle Info: 1955 F100

The build began.......23 years aUpdated: 07-14-2014
Suspension and drivetrain
Views: 109
Vehicle Info: 1955 F100

F100 bed constructionUpdated: 07-23-2014
Since I am building a modified truck I decided not to buy a reproduction bed. So the following pictures document what I did.
Views: 115
Vehicle Info: 1955 F100

Roll Pan FabricationUpdated: 07-25-2014
I wanted a roll pan that looked a little different.
Views: 115
Vehicle Info: 1955 F100

Tailgate FabricationUpdated: 07-24-2014
Since the bed is all custom fabrication, why not the tailgate?
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Vehicle Info: 1955 F100



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