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Old 11-05-2005, 05:55 PM
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Lets See those Trucks

I really really want to buy an old truck and make it kind of "hotrod" looking. I'd like to see everyone's trucks and see what kind of cool custom looks there are.

Post pics. Year/model/make

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here's the link to my pics in the gallery. I bought this 1953 International L110 by accident off E-bay. It was the second time it had been listed so I thought I would help the guy out by opening up the bidding ,no one else bid on it! So I ended up buying it for $70., then I had to go get it which cost me another $500., I didn't put the pics up but the truck I used to go get it cost me $500. 1984 Dodge D250 4X4with 80K miles, and 5 new AT tires! . I don't have a plan for it yet but my buddy has a 70s T bird with out a title what we have discussed is pulling the T bird body off the frame and putting the L110 body on it.
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Old 11-05-2005, 08:30 PM
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Old 11-05-2005, 10:44 PM
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wow, that is a nice nice body. restore it for a nice parts chaser. how complete is it?
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Old 11-06-2005, 06:39 AM
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1984 Chevrolet Silverusto 1500. The perfect rust rod. They just dont get any rustier... See also my journal for more pics. I also have a pinstriped '97 Silverado 2wd. That's in my photo album, page 2, I think.


In a while, Chet.
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Old 11-06-2005, 08:43 AM
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1950 Fargo 1/2 ton






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Old 11-06-2005, 09:31 AM
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wow, that is a nice nice body. restore it for a nice parts chaser. how complete is it?
I am assuming you are asking me. Body wise it is pretty complete and has very few dents,which is amazing when you consider it was owned by an excavation company. Truck was last registered in Co. in 1963. The windshield was taken out, the rest of the glass was broken out. I believe the windshield and other pieces that are missing, gearshift lever,air cleaner, outside door handles, radiator were taken out and used on their tank truck of the same era. this is probably going to be my long distance pick up a trip to Alb. is a 75 mile one way run, so I want something that rides a little better that is why we are looking at using the running gear out of the T bird.
Right now I am pick up poor, I have sitting in the yard the following
1953 international
1964 F100 this was my ride in High school awaiting rebuild
1968 F250 Camper special with tow package which means it has a 1 ton disk brake front end. This one was my truck when I was working for a company that sent me allover the USit has been from Ca. to Fl. either carring my 8 foot cab over I lived in for two years or dragging my 26 ft travel trailer. It is parked right now because the rag joint failed.
1978 F250 4X4 Dana 60s F/R
1984 D250 4X4 $500.
1984 F350 Crew cab dually 4X4 soon to be dedicated tow truck
1991 D150 Service truck 295K miles on original motor. This is the one that supports my addiction to motor vehicles
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My Jeep Hy bred 1976 Cherokee frame,360,T18,2.5 inch lift,with J20 pickup cab and Diffs, Scout twin stick Dana 20, M715 front fenders,Allis Chalmers rear fenders,propane powered on 37X12.5X16.5 Hummv tires on Ford wheels, with ford 1 ton lug nuts.
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my old 39 and my 69 beater
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Old 11-06-2005, 11:52 AM
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Old 11-06-2005, 11:54 AM
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With some imagination one might see the beauty in this. It won't be complete until spring, but here is a link to my Project Journal
http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/jour...ge=1&reverse=1

and my web page (takes time to load).
http://www.allwest.com/~rsylvester/53sub.htm

Good Luck with your search. Hope you find something cool to build.
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Old 11-06-2005, 12:06 PM
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Hey Malc you da man!!!! Thanks a lot, printed it out and putting it in my garage



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Hey Malc you da man!!!! Thanks a lot, printed it out and putting it in my garage



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What is the truck in your avatar?

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I love the 38 and 39 ford trucks, But they are so freaking rare. I would sell my kidney for one.

Heres a pic of a truck that i really liked. What is it? why does it look so different?
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Old 11-06-2005, 02:26 PM
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Truck in my avi is the same I posted above (50 Fargo/dodge) photochopped.

http://putfile.com/pic.php?pic=11/30913442429.jpg&s=x11
The truck you posted is a mid 50's Ford and it looks so different because well he dropped it, shaved it and put some pretty cool wheels on it.



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