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- Rat54 was last seen:
- Apr 9, 2014
- Salina Kansas
Well I built my first truck when I was 14, I had a 72 Chevy pickup, 2wd, had her slammed to the turf, built 383. I totaled it when I was 16, being wreckless on the country road I grew up on. I landed my first job in a local hot rod shop cleaning for the owner after school. By the time I was 17 I was wrenching. Once I got out of school, I went to College in the evening, and worked full time for a Phil Long Ford in Littleton. I became a diesel tech and did that for a long time. I realized I was more of a hobbyist mechanic and got out of the business. Since I have taken a break from building hot rods and trucks until the 54 F100 came up. The vehicle's I have completed have a been my 72 Chevy pickup, my 72 split bumper Camaro, my 79 Chevy 4x4, I had a 78 Camaro that was set up for drag, but lost interest in it. I am sure there are a few others in the past but these were my most successful. I have some knowledge but if I can help anyone out I am always willing. So don't hesitate to ask.
- 54 F100