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Old 08-30-2009, 10:21 PM
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1967 F-100 project

After a ten year wait, I"ve finally started on the 67. Started on the tear down this weekend, here are some pics.

The before pics.
 
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Getting the front sheet metal off...
 
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Here are a few interior pics. I'm hoping to swap a later model cab, but if not, the floor boards and rocker panels will need a little work.
 
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OMG, I can't believe it, Truck ****!!!!!!!

Looks like a great project truck,
 
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Looking good there Pat and I am sure that you feel like a kid in the candy store with getting started on this project. I know that you have been talking about it quite a bit.
 
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Now THAT'S funny!!!

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Already been through one box of quart size bags! I learned my lesson on my first car, 25 years ago. Took it all apart, had not a clue how to put it back together!



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Looking good there Pat and I am sure that you feel like a kid in the candy store with getting started on this project. I know that you have been talking about it quite a bit.
Thanks Neil, I'll get more pics up as things progress!
 
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you going to keep the motor in it? Be better for mpg? I went with a 5.0 I had, 17+ mpg. Bet yours going to be nice. For sure keep you away from the TV junk that's a good thing. Nice truck
 
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Pat your are going to replacing the 300 I-6 with a 360 right or was it some other V-8 configuration ??
 
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I actually have a 390 in my garage that will go into it. I'm going to try and mate it with a later model 5 speed.
 
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Thats about the shape mine is in right now. Slow progress. There is a crew cab 250 4wd here that has a 428 & a ZF 5 speed
 
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Got the motor out of her last night..
 
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Wounder if 6cly truck motor would fit in my 67 6cly mustang. if it would bolt to the 3 speed trany. and the motor mount. The 6cly. in it now is the small one 170. To go to a 8cly to much has to be changed. Also I bet you can get that motor to out perform our stock v8's. Like most of us have build I bet you have build many motors too but how many hot 6cly? If I remember though's 6's had good torque. Strong bottom end. And to have something a little differant than everyone else's same old thing. I can see though you going to do a better job on your truck than I did.
 
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Great project. I love those F100 4x4's. I'm interested in your 5 speed idea. Got any details. And does anyone have any links to the 428 w/ 5 sp that was mentioned. That's the exact route I'd like to take
 
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Great project. I love those F100 4x4's. I'm interested in your 5 speed idea. Got any details. And does anyone have any links to the 428 w/ 5 sp that was mentioned. That's the exact route I'd like to take
I'm still kind of in the research stage, to see what tranny I might want to use, and if it can even be done. I'm sure I'll have to buy a special bell housing for it. I figure a five speed and transfer case out of a -250 from the 80's that had a 460 would do the trick.
 
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