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    South central, Minnesota
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    1954 F100 4x4, 300, NP435/NP205


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  • Last Activity: 07-13-2019 03:10 AM
  • Join Date: 12-24-2000
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  1. 11-28-2018 09:19 PM - permalink
    Thanks but that's not my truck. I wish it was. It's just a truck build that someone posted to my build thread. When I was trying to explain my plan for the extended cab. They did exactly what I was thinking of doing. So it was nice to see that it could actually work out. My truck is just a pile of parts stashed away in a storage unit right now. Life kind of got in the way, so the project got moved to the back burner. Hopefully that doesn't dash your hopes too bad.
  2. Stephen67
    11-28-2018 07:23 PM - permalink
    Glad to see how awesome your truck came out! I remember way back when you started on it. Gives me hope of finally getting mine done, lol. Love the extended cab job you did too, looks factory
  3. 06-24-2018 07:06 PM - permalink
    Shipping could be more then that. The last head I shipped only went to MI. And it was over $80.00 and that was years ago. I'd count on the shipping being more in the $150-$200 range. There is a reason I don't ship heads very often.

    240 Heads, I've got a couple carbed 300 heads but I plan to keep those.
  4. old28
    06-24-2018 03:45 PM - permalink
    Ted, Thanks for the HP information. I may have to take you up on a head as I am not having any luck finding one out this way.
    I'll keep looking for a while longer as the shipping will run $80-100.

    Are we talking a 240 68cc, 300 76cc, or 300 EFI 69cc head?
  5. old28
    06-23-2018 10:11 PM - permalink
    Two questions I would like to ask you if I can?
    1. What was the rated HP of a 240 motor, one barrel carb on F100 pickup in 1969?
    2. Do you have any 240 or 300 bare heads that you would sell?
    Thanks, Tom Welch
  6. old28
    01-05-2018 09:15 PM - permalink
    Thanks Ted, I will see if I can find a set of stock units so I can try my hand at porting them like you did. They look real nice. Tom
  7. 01-05-2018 04:02 PM - permalink
    I've only got one left. I believe it's a rear one. It's one I picked up last year to port. I posted some pictures of it in your gasket thread. I've got a bit of time into porting it. So I would need $75.00 for it( not including shipping cost ) .
  8. old28
    01-05-2018 12:24 PM - permalink
    Ted, Hello & Happy New Year.

    On my mild 300 street motor I am working on I was going to run a HD Exhaust Manifold but at $275 it is out of my range so as a second plan I am leaning towards a pair of dual EFI exhaust. Wanted to ask if you might have a used pair for sale that will bolt onto my 1992 EFI head? Thanks Tom
  9. 12-17-2017 11:49 AM - permalink
    Looks good Tom.
  10. old28
    12-16-2017 07:55 PM - permalink
    Sent a picture of the rebuild Remy alternator and the fan. Brackets have worked out fine. Had to add a couple of spacers to the alternator tension rod so it moved out a little to have clearance for the radiator hose at the water pump. Looks like it will work out fine. Thanks Tom

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