The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by superduper88, May 1, 2009.
anyone know more about this hood? i think it's fiberglass
My old '70 Power Wagon W100,was a 318 with a 3-speed (converted to floor shift).
I just fixed the suspension & replaced the engine in this one:
Here's my '64 Fargo D100 slant six, 3 on the tree with 3.91 rear end.
If anyone needs one, making another run of shirts
I'd probably snap up one of your shirts just because... Ron
Ok, pm me and I'll give you details ..
Some very nice rides in this thread. I love the look of Big Dad's rig.
Another one came home to roost here
Here is my 64 Crew. I clipped the frame, have a disc brake axle for the rear and a Cummins and 5 speed trans waiting to go in. One day I will drive it again.
a couple more
More pictures please.
We both posted at once, you won!Nice side shot.
Got the '64 down to Big Dad in north TX yesterday in a friggin' driving rainstorm down and back! So, once again, I am Swepty-free. I'll have another one very soon, I'm sure, since they seem to find me. Hopefully, a Crew Cab finds me this time!
For the right price I might sell mine
And......I just bought that '64 from Big Dad in N. TX. Just gotta' get it home now. Will post pics as "The Plan" comes alive!
"A new Gallup Poll reveals that 51% of all Americans are in the majority".
That'll make a damn good start for you, 64afx. Best of luck in your build!
Here's my '65 in the back ground waiting for a drop axle.
Wow! Love the way it sits now. Drop axle will only make it cooler!
Wow!! This is spooky. I have not posted or even surfed on the HAMB in some time. A friend of mine called me the other day, he helped me work on my 60 F-100 back in the day, saying he had a lead on an early 60's Ford truck. I went with him to a vacant home in the country to check it out. The owners had passed and the daughter was wanting to sell grandaddy's truck. When we got there we found the truck was actually a 65 D-100 stepside. It is under cover and still in great shape, although it had not been registered or inspected since '84. My young friend is going to buy it as a new project for him so I logged on and found this thread on the first page. God is talking.
How about this one. It was at the HAMD drags. Dusty
Hey thanks, it's comming along I'll post more pics as soon as i get the axle back from sid.
Here's mine....'63 W200 Crew
here is my 63 daily driver
Here's my dodge crew cab hauller. Put a built 440 w/ some speed parts for towing a bellytank to Bonneville. Joe
Anybody know anything about this truck?
hi im new here,here is pictures of mine 1967 d-100
imported from texas to sweden 2008
has 413/727 and 3,90 posi rear.
has bucket seats and indash shifter
finally got a tailgate on the way to sweden but still misses hingle for tailgate
there is ahot rod article may 1963 if any one is intested of dragracing
with these trucks
My buddy Tim's old Tater hauler!
Here's two of mine that I used to own about 25 years ago. The black truck is a 62 with a 340 engine. The bumper was off being repainted when this pic was snapped. The turquoise one was a 67 with a 440.
I sold the 67 to a friend who drove it into the ground. Last I heard, the pickup box was a trailer. The black one... I really like that one.... I blew the engine and with a young family, I had no cash and had to sell it. The new owner put a 400 Chrysler engine in it and enjoyed the truck for years. I used to see it every once in a while.
It dropped out of sight until I happened to spot a similar truck for sale. The truck had been painted flat black, had Model A tailights, dummy spots and this big gay sign on the side. I looked close and saw it was my old truck!!
I thought for about 10 seconds about buying it... But the price was insane, and I would have to paint the truck, fill the holes from the dummy spots and generally "ungay" it to give it back the soul that had been robbed from it.
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