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Old 09-30-2010, 10:20 PM
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Pictures of my 79' F150 4X4

Here's my latest project. It's a short bed, XLT Ranger with a 351 M , C-6. I started
by removing after market bolts on items. I plan to do the body and paint work next
getting rid of the green, I'm still looking at colors. I will swap out the green interior
for tan.




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Old 09-30-2010, 10:22 PM
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Looks really nice
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Welcome aboard, nice looking truck!
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Nice, clean looking truck. I'd lose the rear bumper and put on either a regular step bumper or the automotive style. Looks good though.
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Nice, clean looking truck. I'd lose the rear bumper and put on either a regular step bumper or the automotive style. Looks good though.
Which rear bumper, there are 2 different ones in the pictures.
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Looks awesome! I like the subtle changes you made by removing a few things, makes a big difference!
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Looks very nice. I would keep that paint combo if its the original scheme. There is getting to be less and less of these trucks going back with the original paint color.
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Nice clean truck! Another guy always removing junk bolted on to a truck by the p.o.

Hmmm, what useless ugly piece of garbage can I drill some rust holes in my truck to self tapper screw on here? Oh yes, some fender flares, and perhaps a stereo under the dash? Non-op guages on the hood? very nice! Some cheap marker lights all over the tailgate? Of course.

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Living in a rain forest I'm not a big fan of green but that looks real good to me.
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My truck has been done for years now. I just now getting around to posting pictures.









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Very nice job on it. Its a really sweet truck.
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x2....wish my build thread took 3 posts....I'm fan of green but that truck came out really sharp.
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umm someones got to ask? where did the green door panels and dash pad go to?
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**NICE** rig.

Question: What donated the hood scoop? It has good proportion, scale, and angle for a Dent.
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Wow that looks really sharp. X2 on the info of what happened to the green dash and door panels?
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