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Looking for anyone that is in to these trucks.Anyone with restoration tips or story.
Location: North Texas
Latest Activity: Apr 11, 2014
This isn't my first classic truck but it is my first classic Ford truck. It's a 360ci w/auto.Continue
Started by James David Johnson Feb 28, 2012.
Happy Merorial Day to all.
Good Morning F100 fans, thought I would share my 1976 F100 Ranger. She is all original just as she was bought in 1975 by my dad off of the showroom floor from Herald Ford in Sacramento California. Paint, wheels, motor, tranny, everything is factory original. My favorite part is 70's disco era Medium Green Metallic Glamour Glow Paint scheme (it must be a one of a kinds scheme becasue I have never seen another one like it and I can't find one anywhere on the web. She does not run right now and has not run since 1985, but I have some big plans for her.
Got one of the forgotten F-100's
1970 Custom plain jane "Flintstone brakes", Armstrong steering, and Air conditioning by "Carlite glass", 302 3 on the tree. I found it in a barn/garage in Clemson, South Carolina. It's had a re-paint in the late '80's and a few minor upgrades, but still basiclly original. Before I change the entire gadge and bezell set the speedo read 37+k but who knows. These old trucks a blast to drive and work on. I've nick named it " Southern Belle".
Lots of parts available here in the south (Rust Free) so I've begun refreshing it
Love to here some about replacing floorboards. No garage right now so it's covered when not driven.
Check-out Fordification.com lots of great tips,pics and manuals for us guys.
Just finished Column, and 3spoke rebuild it was very helpfull
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