1964 Ford F100 4x2 - The Monster -64 F100


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Album Title: The Monster -64 F100
Just a plain-old 64 F100 LWB Custom Cab with a 351 Cleveland stuffed into it! I drove it home when I bought it, but that was mostly just by virtue of the fact that the engine started up. Overall it was in pretty fair shape with very little body rot, but it had been neglected and had a lot of stuff gerry-rigged instead of fixed right. Slowly but surely it's coming around!
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John C Hurst, Texas
1964 Ford F100 Custom Cab
351 Cleveland/C6 automatic 4x2
Interior: fair (getting better)
Exterior: good (needs paint)
Mileage: 200000
Modifications
351 Cleveland swap (Comp Cams 280H, mild porting work, Sanderson FC2 Headers, 2 1/2" exaust with FlowMaster 40's, Mallory Unilight distributor, 650 double-pumper {gulp}, FMS rollers, Performer intake, yada yada yada) built C6 power-Disk Brake conversion, Power windows and locks, Alarm, 63 Front end swap, Stereo, 3.89 gears, Total rewire using Painless Wiring kit, Rhino-lined, Nordskog instruments, fuel tank re-lo... lots of little stuff I forgot... a Traxlock Locker is heading this way on a Fed-Ex truck...
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The outside will be last... but it's amazing what a little detai ...


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Most of the gremlins are worked out of this area... ...


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This front end was MUCH straigher, although the paint is worse; ...


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This is where the '64 front end had been 'customized' ...


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Looks much better here; the old shot before I cleaned it up is b ...


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I have the missing emblem - it was falling off when I bought it ...


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You can see the tank under the toolbox if you look. It's since b ...


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Still lots of work to do here...But you can see the power window ...


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Still on the stand... stealth? not... ...


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Mocking it up to get some idea where the motor mounts will go... ...


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This is the right side Sanderson Block Hugger if anyone is curio ...


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Left side Sanderson Block-Hugger... this one dumps right up agai ...


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I'm working on putting a tank from a mid-80's chevy truck under ...


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You can see the crunch on the original front end in this shot. T ...


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The old Windsor motor. I put the miss-matched valve cover on it, ...

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