1966 F100.

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Re: 1966 F100.

Post by RewT » 11 Jul 2013, 19:59

The truck is back in the shop getting some much needed attention. The carb is getting rebuilt and I am also going to replace the seals on the power steering box.

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And What's that in the bed of the truck in the box???

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Also going to get some more of the body work done.
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Re: 1966 F100.

Post by RewT » 08 Oct 2013, 18:13

Drove the 66 on Friday since the sun was shinning. Took some pics outside the shop thought I would post them. Lots of plans for this rig this winter, stay tune for updates.

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Re: 1966 F100.

Post by RewT » 16 Jul 2014, 20:24

Nothing really new on the truck, I have mainly been just driving it around on parts runs and to the store. Also been hitting lots of local car show and getting lots of ideas for this winter. Here are some updated pics of it now, and the few small things I have been up to.

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Cruisin down the road..

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Decided to coat the wheels.

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With the beauty ring only.

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Finished product.

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Re: 1966 F100.

Post by RewT » 21 Dec 2014, 08:16

Motor swap pics a year later. Still looking and running great!



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Was alittle cold that morning, so that's frost.. This sucker is a driver not a garage/trailer queen.
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