1972 Ford F100 4x2 - my project 72 sport custom


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Album Title: my project 72 sport custom
ground up
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steven vivod swansea, South Carolina
1972 Ford F100 sport custom
4.6 four cam automatic 4x2
Interior: custom grafted from mk8
Exterior: stock trim
Mileage: 43
Modifications
disk brake conversion, poly frontend rebuild kit from performance suspension,4.6 4 cam engine and aod trans, jaguar independent rear end with disk brakes, air cond, cruise, tilt, automatic lights, 300 watt stereo stainless exhaust, busted nuckles and wallet but a forgiving wife.
Views: 412 Average Vote: 9.40 (5 Votes)

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having a barbaque so i set the motor in place for the guys to ch ...


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this is the only pic i could find of the truck before i tore it ...


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sand blasted the whole thing and painted the spindles and backin ...


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had to notch the frame 2.5 inches to get the rear to sit where i ...


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had to make own mounts for the 4.6 but it came out nice i think. ...


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in the process of grafting a mkviii dash, soor panels and consol ...


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have also added the foot only parking brake lever from the linco ...


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view of the jag rear with the bed in place (temporarily) ...


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can't wait to see it with the wide meats on the back. the jag re ...


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i know this view doesn't do much for ya but i threw it in to sho ...


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engine and tranny paint is now complete. ...


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no chrome on this one, just mean and black. ...


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these are the rims i was going to use but my son says he needs t ...


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the console is nearly ready to wels in and the ac ducts run thro ...


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there will be no question as to what brand pushes this truck ...


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the only chrome in the engine bay is the blue oval. i think it l ...

Comments
that rod is gonna be cool , you gonna lose the I beams?see the 1966 gallery "TUBBS", camaro sub frame.
By rickd67


SHOW ME MORE LOOKS GOOD. GO WITH THE MUSTANG II FRONT IT'S BETTER AND LOOKS BETTER EASY TO INSTALL AND LOT'S OF AFTERMARKET PARTS FOR IT.
By MARZ68


the truck rode great before i tore it down so i just rebuilt what i had. i'm adding gas shocks and a sway bar. so i'll have to see how that works for now.
By 4Cammer72


looks like its gonna be awesome. i live in Gilbert, SC and im building a 1970 f100 street rod.. so maybe we could meet up at a drag strip somewhere after there both done? lol
By Out_Sider


like what your doing its more work than the pictures show but your going to have one awsome looking ride when your done i give it a ten mooseman
By vette59jdwl


A 10 in my book, very well done, on thing that would really make that motor look sharp would be a set of coated (not the chrome coating, the other one) shorty headers.
By mustange70


what are you doing about steering box
By luis1


That is impressive. VERY impressive.
By BigF350


mna oh Man that is Bas- @ss!!! can I say that? because i just did... a 68 with a cammer & jag rear end. Sweet. that's the spirit of hot rodding in one sentence.
By Franken-ford


looks great 4cammer,i prefer the ibeams because they just don't break and they ride great. don't need no stinkin' 'maro or 'II frontend. the jag rearend is cool, though.
By crewzmaster


sweeet lookin' ride-thanks for your reply
By hotrrod69





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