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Old 08-30-2009, 08:47 PM
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Thumbs up '67 F-100 Project

Well, after a 10 year wait, I've finally started on the 67 rebuild. Tear down has begun!

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Getting the front sheet metal off....
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Here are a few pics of the interior. Man, the seat had a lovely smell of mouse urine! If I don't find another cab, this one will need some floor board work on both sides, and some rocker panel work.
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looking good so far Pat,how many bolts did you break off ? might wanna come look this cab over i got, haven't tore the mats up to see if there is any rust,brother has a 67 in the lineup, think he wants to make a trailer out of the utility box, think it has a good hood,not sure on the doors
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Randy, can you shoot me some pics of that cab? See what shape the rockers are in also. Actually, didn't break off many bolts, the only ones that broke were on the valance panel above the front bumper. Otherwise, they all came out fine. I did spray everything for a day or two with penetrant. Maybe I can head out there sometime here in the next few weeks to look at that cab.
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went out to get you some pics and the yellow jackets and bumble bees were overwhelming so this is all you get for pics <a href="http://s278.photobucket.com/albums/kk117/randysfords/?action=view&current=stevescar069.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i278.photobucket.com/albums/kk117/randysfords/stevescar069.jpg" border="0" alt="driver's side"></a>
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that was the driver's side, next one is pass.side <a href="http://s278.photobucket.com/albums/kk117/randysfords/?action=view&current=stevescar072.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i278.photobucket.com/albums/kk117/randysfords/stevescar072.jpg" border="0" alt="pass. side"></a>
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It's good to see some progress. I haven't done anything to mine all summer except put the fan into the fan shroud while hot rodding around.......

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Ouch! How the heck did you do that Jake?? We will have to talk when it's time for me to do the motor Jake. I'll be curious to hear your experience playing with your 390.
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I was hot rodding......my guess is maybe my motor mounts are junk......my 390 torques pretty good, but I'd never had that happen. It really scared the brown stuff out of me......I haven't taken the time to look into it any deeper. I probably should, but this business of working 60 miles away from it sucks. I don't really have any place I can take it and leave it to work on it either.

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EDIT - And yes Pat, any questions you have about them feel free to ask and I'll do my best. There's a good bunch of guys in the FE forum on this site as well.....
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Here are some pics from last night. Motor and tranny out.....
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I did find out the tranny was fine, I was thinking that the input shaft may have broke. Turns out the clutch disc had come apart on me.
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Wow!!! that thing looks bad!!!lolol dont feel too bad, my 460 looked about the same when we pulled it!!!lolol What engine do you plan to put back in it???
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At least you can still see that nice Ford blue paint. My 390 was nothing but oil/grease/dirt. After you scraped it all off, there was a very nice coat of Ford blue on it.

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I know this motor had rebuilt sometime in the 90's by the PO. I think it has about 30-40K on it since. That's why it's not too bad.
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