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01-26-2004 06:45 PM
propaniac Thanks Tazz. I will keep you guys posted. I do have to finish my big block 80 4x4 first though. Too bad its not in as good shape as the 72.

John
01-25-2004 03:18 PM
tm454
hot rod PU truck??

Damn nice looking project Dude!! Will malke a rightous rod for sure!!


Tazz


Rat Rods Rule!
01-20-2004 09:00 AM
propaniac I have been busy at work so I haven't been able to logon for awhile.

The truck has the stock 350 it came with and disc brakes on the front. So I wont have to do much other than maybe a bigger radiator.
01-16-2004 05:33 PM
Dutchman Nice looking truck. What engine is already installed? Will you have to modify the brakes or suspension? I have a 66 Chevy and plan to keep the inline 6. My wife doesn't need that much power.
Dutch
01-16-2004 01:48 PM
propaniac
1972 Gmc 2500

I posted a question about this truck awhile back and after reading some of the replies I decided that I needed one more project. I went ahead and bought it. It is in pretty good shape, no rust and has original paint. I am planning on putting a long rod 400 and a 700r4 in it. Here is a picture of the truck.

John

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