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Old 08-26-2010, 09:52 AM
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New Picture of my build so far

Here is a link to my album of my panel build so far. It been a slow process for me but an enjoyable on so far.

Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums - SCRAPHEAP51's Album: Scrapheap51 panel pictures
 
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Old 08-26-2010, 10:55 AM
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That's a lotta work! Looks excellent!
 
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Looking good. What did you use for a gas tank and where did you put the fill tube?
 
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Wow! Coming along very nice!
 
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looking good.
 
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The gas tank came out of a 56 chevy wagon a friend gave me, I rotated the fill tube inlet to get a better angle but after setting the body the tank is not in a good location, I might be better if I moved it back another 6 or 10 inches then I can run the tube behind the rear wheel but I am not sure I want to do that. I like to keep the tank because it has a spare tire area. But if I cant find a good location then I will have to look for some other areas of the frame for a tank. So for now it up in the air.
 

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