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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by spags, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. If you don't buy it, PM me the info and I will! Seriously! And then I will be posting a SBC for sale Cheap.
     
  2. It's a cream puff
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    That is a steal that would sell for twice that much in N florida.I have done the 429/c-6 install on a 66 f100 used 68 t-bird motor mounts-fits like a glove. Also 351M in a 63 f100 but had to buy a crossmember. The only drawback was the 429 is heavier (700lbs) than the others 3-450lbs. Hope this helps.
     
  3. Blakmerk
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    from St.Joe MO

    It doesn't really matter what engines in there. Its a running gasoline eatin American made V-8.
     
  4. Dave Rondou
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    I'd jump all over that one.
     
  5. _sir_charles_of_reno
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    from Reno, NV

    Take it and run with it, I sold one for far more than was less clean.
     
  6. ADVANCE1
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    from Ohio

    exactly
     
  7. Gearhead Graphics
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    from Denver Co

    looks pretty well done from there. Hows the frame and body mounts on the cab?
     
  8. Billy_Bottle_Caps
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  9. oltruckag
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    I think the windshield in my '62 was around $225 installed, I provided the new seal. Let a glass shop order and receive it so you don't have to deal with transporting large glass.

    Looks like a good buy to me... Check the cab corners and the front cab mounts - that's where the rust likes to hide.
     
  10. The37Kid
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    Wish there were $2,500. trucks that nice around here. Keep the hood closed, swap in a SBF what the time is right. Bob
     
  11. Fenders
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    Well it aint my money, so sure... buy it !!....

    Seriously though.... buy it.
     
  12. RatPin
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    Let me ask my guy and I'll get back to you...;)
     
  13. Hell Chevy in Ford ! What better combination ! LOL Sounds like a great deal ! So tell us did you buy it ?
     
  14. sololobo
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    Looks like a clean machine, here in the midwest those are rusted out so bad. Get it, drive and love that efficient sbc. I dig it man. ~sololobo~
     
  15. Razorshotrods
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    from Phoenix

    You really have to ask......WOW
     
  16. 1951Streamliner
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    from Reno, NV

    Seeing the Chevy in there would make me want to buy it more!

    Thats a good looking solid truck

    I bought an all original 66 f-250 with a 352 in it for 2 grand.
    I've been using it as my daily driver until I finish a few things on my '46 Chevy coupe and start driving that daily instead.

    Theyre good solid trucks.

    Make sure to post more pictures if/when you buy it!
     
  17. 64falconsix
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    Go for it.... Ditch the bow tie for FE power.
     
  18. Atwater Mike
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    Drive it, and note the 'balance' with the light Chevy. Now consider the 700 lb. Ford up front on a light-in-the-ass pickup.
    Tons of fun, a nose-heavy pickup that's true to its marque!
     
  19. Rob68
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    Ya bought it!!!
     
  20. junkyardjeff
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    If I was closer I would buy it and have fun destroying the sbc.
     
  21. jhaas63
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    That is a great deal man. I hope you bought that rig.
     
  22. mammyjammer
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    A FE weighs about 50 pounds more than a SBC....and replacing the 90pound cast iron intake with an aluminum one takes over 50 pounds off...and please provide information on where I can find a pick up that is not nose heavy.
     
  23. bigd4xman
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    Better snatch it up before I find out where it is and do so myself!:D
     
  24. kracker36
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    Buy it! There is a person with tinted safety glasses, a Dale Earnhardt T-shirt, and a red 84 Camaro in every town that would love that engine.
     
    Last edited: Feb 8, 2013
  25. thebugbox
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    The gas you put in the tank doesn't know what piston it is going to. If it ain't broke drive the piss out of. Keep the hood down at shows if you want to keep the chuckle heads from commenting.
     
  26. kracker36
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    Yes, Imagine how much more awsomer it would be "balanced" with a 289 in it;)
     
  27. impala631
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    from INDIANA

    I like it, priced really nice too
     
  28. mammyjammer
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    ...and put the SBC in the bed for ballast!!!....that would be the most awsomest!!:D
     
  29. mammyjammer
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    ...and put the SBC in the bed for ballast!!!....that would be the most awsomest!!:D
     
  30. Rattle Trap
    Joined: May 11, 2012
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    looks like a great buy to me.
     

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