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1950 F1 of a Different flavor!

 
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Old 08-03-2010, 10:00 PM
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1950 F1 of a Different flavor!




The Guy that built this truck(not the guy in the pic) has a street rod business twenty minutes away from me. I bought some fenders from him and this thing is SIC !! (in a good way) more pics in my albums!
 
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Thanks for the pics.I like the way they built it.Seems like a nice combination simple and quality.Just can't quite wrap my mind around that shifter.Any idea what they used?
 
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Old 08-04-2010, 06:39 AM
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I will ask him and let ya know! I couldn't get it either...
 
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That is nicely done and would be a blast to drive I'm sure. I'm interested in the dash as well, is it real wood or painted, diffinately unique.
 
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I not a big fan of butchering up a truck but this guy really did a great job. I also like the dash, that's wood grain painted. The older cars used to have this on their interiors. I have a '37 Buick I'm working on that I will have to try redoing the wood graining. He did an excellent job on the wood graining and the rest of the truck. Thanks for sharing the pictures.
 
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One thing really cool with this painted woodgrain, in the center of the dash and each door panel, he did the V8 symbol not real noticeable it looks like woodgrain also! He pointed it out to me and I still had a hard time seeing it, but when you do see it, its really cool. he built the frame himself it got a four link rear, super loud train horns in the back(lots of fun scaring people!) BBBRRRRTTTT!
It made 100's of people jump at the car show! hilarious! its a 460 he said about 425 HP and the four link barely lets a tire slip! mastercylinder is under the dash mounted sideways.
 
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That's a great post - thanks Jeff!
 

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