1960 Ford F100 4x2 - Progress:Chassis and Engine


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Album Title: Progress:Chassis and Engine
Frame, front end and rear end
Created: Last Update:
Wally Kandel Marietta, Ohio
1960 Ford F100
manual 4x2
Interior:
Exterior:
Mileage: 0
Modifications
Views: 345 Average Vote: 5.50 (2 Votes)

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new king pins new tie rod and ends disc brake conversion brack ...


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New bearings All new seals restored original brakes new wheel ...


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-Blasted and painted (Black epoxy) frame and leaf springs -Inst ...


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-Y-block bored +.040 -Final cleanup prior to assembly ...


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-mains turned down .020 -connecting rods turned down .010 -All ...


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-New street bearings and camshaft, 265 degree, original was 246. ...


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-New timing chain and gears -Newseals -NOS water pump -ECZ-C ...

Comments
Those ECZ-C heads look great! I bet the guy who sold you those heads is a great guy too! (for those who dont know I sold him the heads!) Looking good! Kevin Bigwin
By bigwin56f100


Nice! That frame looks awesome.
By kooper909


I just heard you started it for the first time. Congratulatons! Looks like you're doing some nice work on that rig. I'm glad to see you're keeping it relatively stock.
By pcmenten


Great work and a very nice gallery.
By Fomoko1


I love the pics of your son working and then you sitting drinking a cold one, that is all time. Nice progress on your motor.
By nytling92





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