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  1. jrock7879
    03-26-2014 09:31 PM - permalink
    I would like to purchase the F-250 87-91 clutch pedal assembly.
    My zip 45176
    or call me @ 513-236-5820 thanks, Jason
  2. 1948 F1dude
    03-25-2013 06:20 PM - permalink
    1948 F1dude
    zip 34286 Dude ")
  3. Brandon Jordan
    11-19-2012 10:42 AM - permalink
    Brandon Jordan
    you still have the power steering parts from a 300cid engine?
    I have a friend that is trying to put p/s on his 79 f100 and is having a hell of a time finding these parts. any help appreciated.
  4. bajafishnut
    10-05-2012 10:04 AM - permalink
    fordman 75
    Small world amigo... just noticed that you are converting your '54 to a tow truck.. my 67/72 has been a winch truck, with winch in the bed, PTO driven off the Xfer case, so I have 4 speeds in and 1 out for the winch.. Has worked for me since 1970.. I now use it to launch / retrieve my boat over the beach in Baja... photos soon..
  5. shizzy
    10-02-2012 08:36 PM - permalink
    Shizzy From the old Traditionals site. I've got a wacky Ford powered Hot Rod pick up project and I'm needing some parts. I'm hoping to fund your project... I'm looking for a front axle assembly. I see you just cut up a 54, do you still have the front axle assembly for it?
  6. Bronkdj
    06-22-2012 02:10 AM - permalink
    i think i saw where you rebuilt a 49 ford truck. i stumbled upon one and i was thinking of buying it to rebuild. it was a farm truck last taged in 1979. V8 runs, no glass or seat and some rust out under bed corner. what might it be worth as it sets.
  7. mattbrock
    05-03-2012 07:02 PM - permalink
    Hi Ted,
    Do you still have the clutch pedal assembly from the 1978 you want to sell?
    If so, can you text me at 209-603-8525 or email me at mattbrock@sbcglobal.net.

  8. COMPLIT1107
    03-15-2012 06:55 PM - permalink
    All my $$ is going into the '47, but I really appreciate you thing of me.
  9. gudor
    03-15-2012 03:18 PM - permalink
    Fordman - in a post I was reading from last year your mentioned 'For my stock engine I'm going with Hedman headers. I've had good luck with them on 240/300.' I just purchased a '74 F350 and I am trying to figure things out on it. First thing is that the PO put headers (I think the intake is stock) on it and I want to make sure I am doing reasonable things to make it run proper. Did you have the stock intake on yours? Did you heat the intake? If so, what method/part did you use to heat it? Can you please send me in the best direction for heating the intake?

    Thank you,
  10. Jacks 65
    03-07-2012 10:03 AM - permalink
    Jacks 65
    ok that sounds good...I look forward to the pics...you can send them to panderson003@att.net


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    South central, Minnesota
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    1954 F100 4x4, 300, NP435/NP205


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1954 F100/F250 4x4 1Updated: 04-04-2014
These are build pics of my project. I'm taking the body off a 1954 Ford F100 and I'm going to mount it on a 1978 Ford F250 4x4 chassis. This is going to be my work truck/ tow vehicle.
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Vehicle Info: 1954 F250

1954 F100/F250 4x4 2Updated: 04-15-2014
My build continues.
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1954 F100/F250 4x4 3Updated: 04-16-2014
The build continues. This gallery covers a lot of the floor fab work on my 54 cab.
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Vehicle Info: 1954 F100

1954 F100/F250 4x4 4Updated: 04-13-2014
More work on the cab structure
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Vehicle Info: 1954 F100

1954 F100/F250 4x4 5Updated: 04-17-2014
Plans have changed again. No more 78 F250 4x4 chassis. So another new donor truck for the chassis. It's an 84 F250 4x4 extended cab, 351W, T-18, BW13-45.
Views: 80
Vehicle Info: 1954 F100

1954 F100/F250 4x4 6Updated: 04-06-2014
Time to shorten the chassis.
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1954 F100/F250 4x4 7Updated: 04-04-2014
NP435/NP205 Swap
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Vehicle Info: 1954 F100

1954 F100/F250 4x4 8Updated: 04-14-2014
Body Mock up on the 84 F250 chassis
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Vehicle Info: 1984 F100

1954 F100/F250 4x4 9Updated: 04-05-2014
More mock up work 54 Body on the 84 chassis
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Vehicle Info: 1954 F100

1954 F100/F250 4x4 10 Updated: 04-07-2014
This shows the lay out work and installation of my Autometer Sport Comp gauges and the rest of my interior work on my 54 F100/F250 4x4 project.
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Vehicle Info: 1954 F100

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