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  1. bajafishnut
    10-05-2012 10:04 AM - permalink
    fordman 75
    Small world amigo... just noticed that you are converting your '54 to a tow truck.. my 67/72 has been a winch truck, with winch in the bed, PTO driven off the Xfer case, so I have 4 speeds in and 1 out for the winch.. Has worked for me since 1970.. I now use it to launch / retrieve my boat over the beach in Baja... photos soon..
  2. shizzy
    10-02-2012 08:36 PM - permalink
    Shizzy From the old Traditionals site. I've got a wacky Ford powered Hot Rod pick up project and I'm needing some parts. I'm hoping to fund your project... I'm looking for a front axle assembly. I see you just cut up a 54, do you still have the front axle assembly for it?
  3. Bronkdj
    06-22-2012 02:10 AM - permalink
    i think i saw where you rebuilt a 49 ford truck. i stumbled upon one and i was thinking of buying it to rebuild. it was a farm truck last taged in 1979. V8 runs, no glass or seat and some rust out under bed corner. what might it be worth as it sets.
  4. mattbrock
    05-03-2012 07:02 PM - permalink
    Hi Ted,
    Do you still have the clutch pedal assembly from the 1978 you want to sell?
    If so, can you text me at 209-603-8525 or email me at [email protected].

  5. COMPLIT1107
    03-15-2012 06:55 PM - permalink
    All my $$ is going into the '47, but I really appreciate you thing of me.
  6. gudor
    03-15-2012 03:18 PM - permalink
    Fordman - in a post I was reading from last year your mentioned 'For my stock engine I'm going with Hedman headers. I've had good luck with them on 240/300.' I just purchased a '74 F350 and I am trying to figure things out on it. First thing is that the PO put headers (I think the intake is stock) on it and I want to make sure I am doing reasonable things to make it run proper. Did you have the stock intake on yours? Did you heat the intake? If so, what method/part did you use to heat it? Can you please send me in the best direction for heating the intake?

    Thank you,
  7. Jacks 65
    03-07-2012 10:03 AM - permalink
    ok that sounds good...I look forward to the can send them to [email protected]

  8. Jacks 65
    03-07-2012 12:18 AM - permalink
    Hey Ted,

    Thanks for replying to my post! What are you wanting for the parts? Is there anyway I can get a pic of the parts that you do have?


  9. Bozworth
    11-16-2011 12:30 AM - permalink
    The panel itself. I have a friend with a CNC mill and he is going to make one for me, but my truck is currently with my dad, 1500 miles away from me. I'm trying to walk him through getting the measurements on the instrument panel, but it's not going well.
    It's turning into alot of hassle to save $120 on buying one of the new billet ones.
    This panel:
    53 54 55 Ford Truck Billet Aluminum Dash Insert Gauge Panel Instrument Cluster | eBay
  10. Bozworth
    11-15-2011 03:44 PM - permalink
    Do you still have the measurements laying around that you used to make your dash panel for the 54? I'm trying to get the measurements to a friend, and I don't have access to my 54 to get them myself. Thanks!

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