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Tell me about it, bud! Thanks to my brother, I'll be storing it in his new building. Now, time to learn how to use that new welder, and build stands for the bed and box, to start the body work. After I finish the honey-do list that has been put off for the last three months!LOL!
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Looks awesome, it will be a great looking truck when it's done.
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Here are a few before and after pics...
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I'm in the hunt for a 351w, ZF-5 5 speed manual and transfer case, and need to get my cab corners ordered. I'll be bringing the cab home, as soon as I get the dolly made for it!
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Old 04-10-2011, 02:29 PM
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Well, went out and took a good look at the cab yesterday, to see what I need for sheet metal. Definitively both cab corners. I probably don't have to, but I'm going to go ahead and pull the fron cab mounts and replace them, so I can clean up and coat under them. Since I'm pulling the cowl off to clean it out, might as well do the cab mounts. Looks Like I'm going to be going with Dennis Carpenter for the sheet metal replacement parts.
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Okay, time for an update. Got my cab corners and front cab mounts in. Cab corners came from Dennis Carpenter, and the mounts from NPD. DC wanted too much for the mounts.
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Also, found a tranny, transfer case, and a motor to boot. I'm buying an 89 F-250 from a guy in west-central Nebraska. He just needed the rear end, so he's selling me the rest of the truck, for $350, plus the price of scrap for the rest of the truck. Nice thing is, I can take everything off of this truck that I will need, instead of having to run around salvage yards trying to find it all, like the clutch reservoir and lines, cross member, drive shafts, etc.
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Also, found a tranny, transfer case, and a motor to boot. I'm buying an 89 F-250 from a guy in west-central Nebraska. He just needed the rear end, so he's selling me the rest of the truck, for $350, plus the price of scrap for the rest of the truck. Nice thing is, I can take everything off of this truck that I will need, instead of having to run around salvage yards trying to find it all, like the clutch reservoir and lines, cross member, drive shafts, etc.
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Man Pat, when it rains, it pours for you.

Sounds like that is a great find and I am sure that it will make things a lot easier in the build.
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Finished up the dolly that the body will go on while I work on it. Hoping to bring it home this weekend. I'll probably do the front mounts first, then the cab corners after that.
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Wooo HOOOOO.... Pat made some progress

Seriously, glad to see that you are finally able to hopefully get some work done on it this year. At least, it will be at your house so when you do have some spare time, it will be easier to work on it.
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Pat, see you have not discovered nails yet...

Work bench carriage bolted together... Dolly lagged together...

But if it makes you feel better both look pretty hefty....


So am I reading this correctly... You spent the summer conning the woman to letting you keep it in the garage over the winter in stead of dragging it down the street to the storage building???
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Dan, I prefer to overbuild things! Here is a pic of the 89 on it's way home. More pics to follow this week.
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Glad to see you made it home,Did the hood survive the trip home?
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