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Old 10-04-2012, 06:44 AM   #541
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Old 10-04-2012, 06:52 AM   #542
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we need to se some 1987s now ...they are antiques now..
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Old 10-04-2012, 12:14 PM   #543
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1966 F100 custum cab owned by my grandfather. He swapped out the straight 6 for a bored out 302 this spring. I drove stick for the first time in this truck. It scared the living daylights out of me (I usually drive a mild 95 i6)Attachment 150599
Very Sharp truck, my man!! (ya might need to check the air in that left front tire though..lol j/k)

I know you love that truck and what it means to you, but please let me say this anyway. Never, ever, under any circumstance do you ever, ever, never, ever, NEVER sell that truck,...no matter what,...Ever!! You're young, and you have a LOT of life ahead of you, and I know by experience how bad things can get sometimes. But never sell that truck,...and give this same advice to your son or daughter, in which you WILL have some day.

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we need to se some 1987s now ...they are antiques now..
Not a 87, but our 79
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Not a 87, but our 79
in bad need of a restoration...but very nice truck.
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Yes haha. I started on it in high school a couple years ago. This winter hopefully getting the body done
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Yes haha. I started on it in high school a couple years ago. This winter hopefully getting the body done
good to hear...I can't stand seeing old vehicles (unless they're ones I really don't like) being neglected and beat up, then thrown away.

post some pics when she's done
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good to hear...I can't stand seeing old vehicles (unless they're ones I really don't like) being neglected and beat up, then thrown away.

post some pics when she's done
yeah, i hear ya, we've got a 78, and a 77 too, all about the same pace.
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Very Sharp truck, my man!! (ya might need to check the air in that left front tire though..lol j/k)

I know you love that truck and what it means to you, but please let me say this anyway. Never, ever, under any circumstance do you ever, ever, never, ever, NEVER sell that truck,...no matter what,...Ever!! You're young, and you have a LOT of life ahead of you, and I know by experience how bad things can get sometimes. But never sell that truck,...and give this same advice to your son or daughter, in which you WILL have some day.

All the best,

Thanks man, that was my plan all along. I respect the truck too much to sell it. Originally it was my great uncles. He passed away about 10 years ago and it went to my grandfather. My gramdfather never really had time to work on it because he was working for my dad doing paintless dent removal. This all changed four years ago when my father passed away in a dirtbike accident. Since then the truck has been all that my grampa works on. I wouldn't give that up for anything.
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yeah, i hear ya, we've got a 78, and a 77 too, all about the same pace.
like 6th gens much? lol. my favorite truck (or vehicle of any kind) is the 1973-75 f-series.

get them restored..I'm sure they're all nice trucks. got to get me a project together soon...
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