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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by ThreadMaster90, Jan 24, 2020.

  1. ThreadMaster90
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    873E599F-1174-4451-8284-83DEC9A99B6F.jpeg Well it’s been a long process building this one but she is on the road now and has about 115 miles on it. Very excited
     
  2. CC-Mo
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    Nice. Looks straight.
    More details!
     
  3. ThreadMaster90
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    Engine : SB350
    Transmission: PowerGlide
    Exhaust: 2.5” all the way
    Rear End : Ford 9” with 3:72 gears
     
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  5. rustydusty
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  6. Great setup, have fun on the road.

    Sent from dumb operator on a smart phone
     
  7. Stogy
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    Awesome...Congrats on your Hotrod Smilestone...time to go Pickup some Stuff...;)

    What do you mean Kinda?...what is coming down the hoop?...curious minds want to know @ThreadMaster90....
     
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  8. rusty valley
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    she's a honey!, my dad used to say that
     
  9. ss34coupe
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  10. akoutlaw
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    I would be excited too! Nice truck.
     
  11. Tim
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    Looks good man
     
  12. Congratulations!! I know how you feel!!
     
  13. hotrodjack33
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    Nice job...what a great looking truck ! And THAT"S a perfect example of why I like patina:D
     
  14. BuckeyeBuicks
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    Lookin' good. Hard to beat an fun old truck! Is shiny paint in the future?
     
  15. bschwoeble
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    Very, Very nice. Nothing out of place, or stuff added on.
     
  16. Bullit68
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    That’s a good lookin’ truck!
     
  17. Gnater
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    Nice work!
    Is that a “under the floor” throttle pedal? What’s your take on instal and function?

    Thanks
    NJR
     
  18. slowmotion
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    My kinda hotrod right there, real nice job!
     
  19. WTF really
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    Awesome I'm excited for you. Can't wait until I get to drive mine. Been collecting parts for a few months now. 20200120_135828.jpg
     
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  22. Primered Forever
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    I like it!! Nice truck.
     
  23. ThreadMaster90
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    I said Kinda , because they are never truly done. I will just be working on the upholstery now : carpet, headliner etc. . .
     
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