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1966 Ford F100 build

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Randzz75, Aug 3, 2012.

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  1. DroptFord
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    This truck came out killer! I just got a 66 myself and going in a very similar direction. Great job I dig it!
     
  2. Redheadedlefty13
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    here is the one with the 6bt i was talking about
     
  3. CKC27
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    Hey randzz,
    Hows the build going? anymore updates or changes....?
     
  4. Randzz75
    Joined: Jul 8, 2012
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    Thanks, I appreciate it!
     
  5. Randzz75
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    That thing is frickin cool!!!
     
  6. Randzz75
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    Its on the back burner this year, Ive started the 51 Ford Victoria so Im going to focus on that for a while.
     
  7. Sorry but that thing is a fugly piece of crap!..your truck is a thousand times nicer! HRP
     
  8. ramsey1973
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    Interested in putting a clip on my 64???

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  9. Randzz75
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    I would but I don't have a shop, and if, heaven help me, something went wrong I don't want to have to give you my house LOL:D
     
  10. ramsey1973
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    Lol so I'm going to pick up camaro clip soon. The only part I dont have any info or pictures on is the front end, rad support bumper mounting. Can you give me insight into that bro.

    Thanks
    Brad

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  11. Randzz75
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    I cut off the front part of the frame behind where the radiator support and bumper attached. Once the front clip was in place i leveled it out with floor jacks and loosely bolted the bumper and radiator support up. using some metal that was the same thickness as the frames metal I plated and welded the front frame horns to the front clip, worked out pretty good.
     
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