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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 10-09-2013, 12:18 PM Thread Starter
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Let's show off some ford trucks guys post up some pics
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Here is the 65 F 100 with an auto trans. Has over load leaf springs 31x10.50x15 on the back
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Here's my 99 F250 that was made 15 years ago this month. It's got the 7.3 with a 6 speed. I bought it new and it has 300,000 miles on it so far! Here it's towing the Pelican to the Falcon Club Western Regional Meet a couple of weeks ago.


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Come on guys where them Ford trucks at? Only 2 nice looking trucks from totally different eras?
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76 F100, .030 over 390, c6 built by me with a broader kit, 3.25rear gears, QF 735cfm carb, everything new underneath, brakes, steering, driveshaft, etc.
powerful engine, lot of fun to drive and still gets 14mpg on the hwy.

Finishing a lil work on the galaxie... after that the truck is getting a paintjob, little rust repair, and new interior. Just clean her up and get it really tight. Mechanically I'd drive anywhere.



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1973 Ford F250 390 4bbl. 4.10 rear gears and a C6. 10 mpg. Currently not moving because I ran out of money for brakes and tag. Thus is the plight of the unhired 17 year old.





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Come on guys where them Ford trucks at? Only 2 nice looking trucks from totally different eras?
COME ON..... you show me yours and I show you mine.....

%201964%20Galaxie/?action=view&current=09-03-10_1408.jpg Lars...
64 galaxie 500 2dr fastback...390 4v, Bendtsen adapter, maddog's stage3 700R4 trans,3.70 Posi..far from perfect but getting there...
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There ya go
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Here's a truck in the loosest definition of the term. Dad's '32 Model B. Only a couple dozen "Deuce" Woodie Station Wagons are left. He spent about 40 years restoring it. Won best in class at Ironstone a couple of weeks ago.




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My F100, owned for 29 years


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some of my old pickups



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Here is the wife's 65..390 with a 3 in the tree.





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its a ford but not full size.

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I'v had a few Ford trucks, kinda got away from them with my last purchase cause the new Fords look out of proportion to me with the high bed sides and window openings. Besides the fact that I do NOT want a SuperCab!! Are you listening FoMoCo?

I liked this '95 150XL 4X4 the best. Sorry the other one isn't a Ford, it was my work truck on a little road job a couple of years ago.
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