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Here's my Rosie:
1967 styleside with resto-mod in progress. Exchanged 240 I-6 for 351W (4bbl Holley, Edelbrock manifold, multi-spark discharge, performance cam...pulling 350+ horses), swapped 3-speed tranny for 5-speed, side exhaust, kept original 4.11 RE diff for now)
Much more to go! electrical, body, bed, interior...

 
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This is my 1970/67/78/79/8? "F200" Custom Ranger with a utility bed. Started life as a base model half ton short bed pickup, made it into almost a ranger copy, built a 300 backed it with a four speed, swapped 3/4 ton suspension and am in the process of redoing the interior. Still a lot to do, but she's come a long way since i bought her in April.




this is an old pic, i need to go take a new one i guess.
 
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Rossie looks great as does the one above keep up the good work.

Need some help on wheels and tires what size is Rossie running. I know what wheels not sure if 15 or 17 would look better on the stock 15s now

 
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Is that a 300 IL 6 with an Edelbrock & a 4BBL??

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Is that a 300 six with an Edlebrock manifold and 4 BBL?

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Just got it completed enough to run, but Have all winter to finish it up!


 
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1970 F100 long bed



Mine is a '70. 302 with a c4. Needs some attention, but I'm sure I can do it.
 

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Both these are very nice, straight and clean.... keep 'em off the salt this winter...

Thanks for sharing

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Originally Posted by bajafishnut View Post
Is that a 300 IL 6 with an Edelbrock & a 4BBL??

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I assume you're referring to mine? If so then you would be correct. 300 bored 40 over, head shaved, Cam Research CR266 cam, Offenhauser C Series intake, Edelbrock 650 carb, EFI exhaust manifolds, and a few other odds and ends here and there. It's backed by a NP435 with 3.08 gears in a dana 60 and 30 inch tires. I can definitely tell the difference between this and stock lol.
 
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Yep, I did a similar thing to my old 300... found an Offenhauser DP manifold, and a Holly 600 cfm 4 BBL off Evilbay, then bought the performer cam, valves, springs, push rods, and split headers from Clifford's then had the head work done in FW Texas, at an old time machine shop. Hauled it all 1000 miles South of the border to my place in Baja, and a local mechanic and I did all the assembly to a newly rebuilt short block from San Diego. Mine is a 4x4 with NP 435, and a Dana 24 transfer, with the HD44 front end, and 60 rear, both with 4:10/4:11 gearing. I am running Micky Thompson "Baja" 325x70x17 tires... I am getting around 16 to 17 mpg if I stay out of it... I also added power steering, and A/C... with BMW bucket seats... Now working on tilt steering... Oh, it has a Bowers 303 , PTO driven winch in the bed, with the PTO on the rear side of the transfer case, and chain drive to the winch above. I have 240 ft of 0.5 in cable. Mostly I use the winch for retrieving my boat out of the surf on fishing days.

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Yep, I did a similar thing to my old 300... found an Offenhauser DP manifold, and a Holly 600 cfm 4 BBL off Evilbay, then bought the performer cam, valves, springs, push rods, and split headers from Clifford's then had the head work done in FW Texas, at an old time machine shop. Hauled it all 1000 miles South of the border to my place in Baja, and a local mechanic and I did all the assembly to a newly rebuilt short block from San Diego. Mine is a 4x4 with NP 435, and a Dana 24 transfer, with the HD44 front end, and 60 rear, both with 4:10/4:11 gearing. I am running Micky Thompson "Baja" 325x70x17 tires... I am getting around 16 to 17 mpg if I stay out of it... I also added power steering, and A/C... with BMW bucket seats... Now working on tilt steering... Oh, it has a Bowers 303 , PTO driven winch in the bed, with the PTO on the rear side of the transfer case, and chain drive to the winch above. I have 240 ft of 0.5 in cable. Mostly I use the winch for retrieving my boat out of the surf on fishing days.

Baja

That's one nice looking truck you got there! Really like the bumper too!
 
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