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Features 1959-60 Ford F100 Pics?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by BEAR, Jun 17, 2008.

  1. ACHILLE11
    Joined: May 4, 2015
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    hi bigcheese327 , you're right , i made a mistake it's a 223 CI not 239 , i don't know why i have writen that.

    so i'll take a look on these models in france , because other time shipping costs will superate the trans price.

    you are speaking about ford o matic , right?

    thanx for your help !

    oli
     
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  2. Did some work on my 57 this winter. Before and after.[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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  3. ACHILLE11
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    yes !! that's a good job !!
     
  4. Jacksmith
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    What a difference lowering and a set of wheels makes! Looks cool now!
     
  5. BIGREDTODD
    Joined: Jan 9, 2007
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    I got my '60 back from body and paint a few weeks ago, and the satin black paint really makes the interior pop. Just have to hang the tailgate, grill & bumper, and other brightwork...
     

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  6. Jacksmith
    Joined: Sep 24, 2009
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    Man, that looks SWEET!!!
    I am officially an ex- F-100 owner... We've re-located to No. California, and my '59 is now my nephew's. He's vowed to carry on the direction I was headed in...
     
  7. My 60 I am working on. I am going to put a T5 behind the Y block and lower it eventually. Original paint is a keeper :D

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  8. Chris, I like that paint scheme,thinking about doing it on my '57.
    Do you know if it was factory in those years?
     

  9. It is, that truck has its original 1960 paint still on it
     
  10. tfalconn2o
    Joined: Jun 16, 2009
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  11. amadeus
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    My Industrial Chassis built F100
     
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  12. wreckfixer
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    I would sure like to score one of those 1960 steering wheels and horn ring for my 57. ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1455470048.870624.jpg
     
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  13. Chris Paull
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  14. Chris Paull
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    @wreckfoxer their is a 1960 horn ring for sale in h.a.m.b. also some in Sacramento Cali. Mine is broken, but had it welded and will get recromed
     
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  16. Lucky Red
    Joined: Mar 19, 2016
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    image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg Been wrenching on this 1959 f100 most nights after work for a year. This is the color I found it. Solid body but the floor was gone along with the frame and drivetrain. Doner vehical was a totaled 95 p71 police interceptor. Did a frame and suspension build, drivetrain swap, ton of fab, and reassembly. the front hood space above the grill is 1 inch less and 6 inches are missing from the bumper. the wheelbase is .75" longer but the body is 1" shorter. Frenched an Ac/heater into the dash along with a gps/cd/DVD head unit and added another glove box. Smoothed out the old speaker location. 2 functional period correct police spots. Moved the seat back and up. Moved the pedals and floor forward 5 inches while doing a new floor and trans tunnel. Frenched a cup holder/tray into the trans tunnel. Has an injected 4.6 v8 with overdrive auto trans. Built a new frame. Used the doner 4link rear and front independent control arms with oversized disk brakes. Used the 8.8 rear and alum driveshaft. New hd springs and air assist shocks. Classic 5 stars with a ton of rubber. Indaglow gauges and custom cluster. FUN to drive! #rat, rat rod, ford, f100, street rod, resto mod, custom, lowered, modified
     
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  17. Lucky Red
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  18. verde742
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    Mine is Sold, $12.500 IMG_3089 (1).jpg
     
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  19. von zipper
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    New owner here! I traded my Harley for this '59'
     

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  20. ACHILLE11
    Joined: May 4, 2015
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    sold my 1960 F100

    few month ago , bought a 1956 3100 chevy : FullSizeRender.jpg
     
  21. von zipper
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    New wheel![​IMG][​IMG]


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    Hey from over in NJ
     
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  23. spags
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  24. von zipper
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  25. jdownunder
    Joined: Aug 21, 2007
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    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1468206646.633520.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1468206662.783893.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1468206682.278055.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1468206697.525123.jpg ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1468206712.575714.jpg

    This 58 will be my daily driver
    It's built using components from 5
    Different trucks
    Chassis is 1974 so is the floor
    Front rails have been cut off and 1998
    Front rail section from ford falcon has been grafted in which gives me strut suspension and power steer rack and pinion . Cab has been chanelled .it was originally f600. I had no f100 guards
    So I cut the arches and removed 8"
    Tub is home made with truck arches welded in they are $3000 where I live
    It'll be up and running in 6weeks as I'm on a deadline for engineering after that
    I'll prep for paint.original lite green
    Thanks for looking J
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    302cleveland C10 auto
     
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  26. jdownunder
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  27. Jacksmith
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    Nice! Here's mine: It's chopped 2 1/2", '80 Z-28 clip, flipped 9" IMG_7314.JPG axle & c'd frame in rear. Engine is a 300 c.i. Ford w/ Tremec 5 speed trans.
     

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