1956 Ford F100 4x2 - Updating a 56 F100


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Album Title: Updating a 56 F100
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Larry Eckart Leawood, Kansas
1956 Ford F100
302 automatic 4x2
Interior: In progess
Exterior: Almost done, at least
Mileage: 0
Modifications
Changed tail lights, rewiring with Ron Francis kit, adding AC/Heat, Ididit column & shift, new gauges, new seat, new 69 Mustang fuel tank, and eventually a new interior.
Views: 689 Average Vote: 9.20 (5 Votes)

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Will leave like this until after I add AC/heat and rewire. Have ...


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New 30" shift colunm with 5 1/2" column drop. Wiring in progres ...


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Welded a frame to fit under the tank flange. ...


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Rear view showing how tubing frame holds tank. Frame bolts to bo ...


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Had radiator shop add a new 1 1/2" fuel fill neck so it lands in ...


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Notched the rear crossmember to clear the upper projection of th ...


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Painted top side of tank semi-flat black enamel and underside wi ...


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Shows approx. 1 1/2" gap between tube frame and truck frame wher ...


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Only needs the interior finished and now I need to sell it to ha ...


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Used red oak (no stain) and finished with Minwax Helmsman Spar v ...


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Edelbrock Torker intake, Carter competition 4 barrel, headers, P ...


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Ford Motorsport gauges (including tach), chrome Ididit column, B ...


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Owned by father/son since new! Son is now 66 and just finished ...


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Notched for recessed license. ...


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Another view of full tilt frontend. Hydraulic cylinder actuators ...


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Saw a similar treatment on a Bobco truck so I used a friends lat ...


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Another nicely done truck. Running a 302. ...


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Ford Motorsport speedo & tach set in black inset with balance o ...


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Well detailed effie. Great black paint. I like the wide whites ...


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Full tilt front, very nice but running a SBC. ...


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Slick little hauler. ...


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This one was for sale for $13,500 or make offer. Not a recently ...


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Pretty nice truck. ...


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Partial view of over 200 trucks in attendence. An overcast cool ...


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Comments
Love the color!! Sharp truck. -4speed
By mr4speedford


be really nice when done
By


Really like the color! looks like suspension mods? sorry if you aready spoke of them i am a new member.
By 54fever


How does filler cap( not yet installed) attach to the pipe you had added to the tank? Thanks for the help
By learpilot


Very nice ride.
By edsf100


Will this same setup work with 4-bar susp with panhard bar?
By dwarf


Wow- that's a stunner of an effie
By BR549az


Awesome, nothing less than a perfect 10+. The Ford Motorsport speedo & tach are real nice.
By Fomoko1


I like your taste in gauges. I'm running the same ones, only with the chrome bezel.:)
By 53fatfndr


Larry, one of the nicest I have seen. Love everything you did.
By joe hoffman


Nice truck great pictures,
By oldmanrvr5





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