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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 56fordf100, Dec 16, 2008.

  1. Tjenare_kungen
    Joined: Nov 8, 2011
    Posts: 15

    Tjenare_kungen
    Member
    from Sweden

    Thanks, yeah it's perfekt..
    the floor and everything has never bin fixed..
    solid as a rock...

    i've got a 302/C6 org rearaxel...
     
  2. Window Licker
    Joined: Apr 18, 2009
    Posts: 285

    Window Licker
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    Heres updated photos of mine
     
  3. Model A Mark
    Joined: Apr 30, 2008
    Posts: 1,265

    Model A Mark
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    from dallas
    1. Holley 94 Group

    holy crap, how did you get it that low ? ^^^^^^^
     
  4. BrownCow1992
    Joined: Jan 3, 2013
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    BrownCow1992
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    from joliet il

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  5. Window Licker
    Joined: Apr 18, 2009
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    Window Licker
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    Very carefully lol,

    same setup as a lot of guys, jag.
     
  6. Model A Mark
    Joined: Apr 30, 2008
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    Model A Mark
    Member
    from dallas
    1. Holley 94 Group

  7. Window Licker
    Joined: Apr 18, 2009
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    Window Licker
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    yeah its bagged front and rear
     
  8. Tjenare_kungen
    Joined: Nov 8, 2011
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    Tjenare_kungen
    Member
    from Sweden

    next Friday I'll registration inspect the pick-up and I wait for all parts to start lowering the car.
    so until then, I'll drive around with it as it is.

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  9. REALLY like that shot.
     
  10. Ben Jamin
    Joined: Mar 26, 2014
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    This is Ruffus had him almost a month. Lots of stuff to do but the flat 8 runs great. I Replaced everything brake wise cleaned the sludge out of the pan flushed the cooling system and took him for a drive. This 52 is my second F-1 the other a 50 was my first driver in high school. MW
     
  12. Orange Crate
    Joined: Apr 5, 2005
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    Orange Crate
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    Love the bumpers!!!! What are they off of??
     
  13. fun-ford
    Joined: Jan 6, 2010
    Posts: 34

    fun-ford
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    my new to me 60 f100 big window
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  14. 50Poopbox
    Joined: Mar 5, 2011
    Posts: 71

    50Poopbox
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    Here is mine, had it about 3 yrs. Its for sale but if it doesnt go soon its going to get a lot of money all at once.
     

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  15. schuyler
    Joined: Dec 18, 2009
    Posts: 30

    schuyler
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    from Tennessee

    Woah, congrats! I look forward to seeing that one around soon enough...
     
  16. Ironhorse74
    Joined: Feb 1, 2014
    Posts: 13

    Ironhorse74
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    Here is my brandy new to me 52 F1. 3 1/2" chop, X'd frame, Jag IFS and IRS.

    Brad

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  17. aircoup
    Joined: Aug 13, 2009
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    aircoup

    [​IMG]heres a more recent
     
  18. mikegt4
    Joined: Feb 28, 2011
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    mikegt4
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    from SW Ohio

    Here is my 1954 F-100, originally Glacier Blue, at one time gold, now gray primer.

    She sports a '55 grill and "custom cab" emblems on the doors although I don't think that CC came until '55. She does have the "deluxe cab" options like arm rests, 2 sun visors and a key-lock glove box. Some PO "upgraded" the seat to 1980's Chrysler buckets in maroon velour mounted to a 2x4 stud seat frame.

    The good part is that it is a rust free (although not ding/dent free) Oklahoma truck. When I got the truck it was powered by a Ford 390/C6 with a 9" axle with 3.50 gears. The installation was somewhat crudely done using an early Galaxie cross member/motor mount and some flame cutting to anything that got in the way. She ran strong but had low oil pressure. When I opened the engine I found every bearing showing copper.

    Because the PO didn't know what engine was in it (he was told that it was a 406) I checked the casting numbers and ID tags on everything. It turned out to be a mutt. The short block, intake manifold, carb and trans were from a 1966 T-bird, the heads were 1961 390, cam from a 427 (hydraulic-auto trans) and shorty iron exhaust manifolds from a HiPo 390 or 406. The 9" appears to be from a early 60's car (4.5 bc). The '54 has been parked in the back of the garage for nearly 20 years quietly waiting for the day that I have the time to spare. I am retired now and still don't have the time!
     

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  19. aircoup
    Joined: Aug 13, 2009
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    aircoup

    [​IMG] my new guages just wired em up
     
  20. aircoup
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    aircoup

  21. Ironhorse74
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    Aircoup I really like that dash.

    Ironhorse

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  22. aircoup
    Joined: Aug 13, 2009
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    aircoup

    thanks iron horse
     
  23. missysdad1
    Joined: Dec 9, 2008
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    Here's my latest "turn-key project". Yes, that does seem somewhat of an oxymoron, but it's the truth. She seems to have named herself "Thelma" and is determined to stay with me in spite of my best efforts to sever our relationship before she gets under my skin.

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    She's a transplanted California girl turned Texas redneck with a smooth-running 292 with cast iron exhaust manifolds, old-school "trombone" pipe duals and sweet burbleing glasspacks. Tranny is the old familiar three-on-the-tree. The running gear is all stock...with a few leaves removed from the spring packs to lower her a bit...oh, and front wheel disc brakes.

    The blue is a stock '55 pickup color and the body is pretty much as Henry made 'er. I've got a list of upgrades as long as your arm to make as time goes on - none of which will show in the slightest but all of which are necessary to smooth out the rough spots brought on by time and neglect.

    First on the list is a Nostalgia Sid's 3" dropped axle and some de-arched springs. Then a 9" diff with highway gears and a set of front and rear anti-sway bars and gas-filled shocks. No clips, no a/c, no megawatt stereo, no high buck "look-at-me!" paint and no air-adjustable "falsies", Thelma is staying traditional and H.A.M.B friendly all the way. A gal after my own heart.

    So, if you spot Thelma and me at DFW area swap meets, cruise-ins and stuff, be sure to give her a friendly pat on the butt. She likes that.
     
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  24. aircoup
    Joined: Aug 13, 2009
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    aircoup

    polished it out and added chrome trim usually used on 55 deluxe cabs[​IMG]
     
  25. Ringer805
    Joined: Mar 20, 2013
    Posts: 39

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    Here's my 54. Crown Vic front and Tbird rear is goin in this weekend.


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  26. Great thread and so many beautiful trucks. HRP
     
  27. okiedokie
    Joined: Jul 5, 2005
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    okiedokie
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    from Ok

    Just completed Tbird IRS install in my 53 F100. Anxious to finish up small details and drive it.
     

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  28. aircoup
    Joined: Aug 13, 2009
    Posts: 898

    aircoup

    wow nice work bet itll drive nice show us some pics of it on the ground:cool: when youre done
     
  29. aircoup
    Joined: Aug 13, 2009
    Posts: 898

    aircoup

    just love those 56,s:D
     
  30. I was the beneficiary of that one. Thanks again, Joe.

    You gonna have it together for Dewey, or will I see ya in the coupe?

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