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Author Topic: Let's see your pickup trucks  (Read 68954 times)

Offline Tune-A-Fishİ

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Re: Let's see your pickup trucks
« Reply #240 on: Dec 08, 2015, 09:13:34 »
I loved my Taco (only picture I have of it), but the ride in the GMC is far better... The Cayman GoCart I traded for my shop  :-[
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Offline B541Niner

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Re: Let's see your pickup trucks
« Reply #241 on: Dec 08, 2015, 10:12:13 »
Jeez that's so long it must take all day to drive past! Nice power plant :)

No turning on a dime here...fifty cent piece is a stretch sometimes. Fortunately we have a big driveway that I can pull into (instead of backing) and have just enough room to turn around with the trailer and tuck it into it's spot.
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Re: Let's see your pickup trucks
« Reply #242 on: Dec 08, 2015, 10:23:58 »
I'm reposting because Facebook images apparently don't remain linked for some reason and I'm too proud of this beater...
 
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Re: Let's see your pickup trucks
« Reply #243 on: Dec 08, 2015, 10:33:43 »
I wish I could have two trucks so I could have a sweet ass C-10 shop truck like that
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Offline wahvtec

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Re: Let's see your pickup trucks
« Reply #244 on: Dec 08, 2015, 10:54:29 »
The good ole titan.  Slept in it at barber.  A 6 foot cot fits perfectly under the shell.

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Offline WhyNot

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Re: Let's see your pickup trucks
« Reply #245 on: Dec 08, 2015, 11:53:30 »
Finally got the engine put back together, out of the garage and it actually runs.

Even after sitting on those ramps for nearly 4 years. How lazy can a guy be..........
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Re: Let's see your pickup trucks
« Reply #246 on: Dec 08, 2015, 12:10:06 »
I had leased a 2012 F-150 until last june, when I was getting close to ending the term I scooped up a '72 F-250 camper special for a project truck. Decided cost of a lease with the poor gas mileage and high insurance cost wasn't conducive to my bank account. So I scoured CL for an old F-series and found a runner/driver for $2k delivered and it was originally a texas truck. Stripped the 390 and C6 auto trans and sold off, took profit and got a '98 mustang GT 4.6 V8 with a 5spd manual trans, with the ECU and wiring harness. Grabbed a crown Victoria rack and pinion complete front suspension and limited slip rear end from a junkyard, and transplanted it all into the '72 pickup. I did a lot of other things along the way, but left the patina on the body. here's how she sits.



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Re: Let's see your pickup trucks
« Reply #248 on: Dec 08, 2015, 12:33:07 »
I had leased a 2012 F-150 until last june, when I was getting close to ending the term I scooped up a '72 F-250 camper special for a project truck. Decided cost of a lease with the poor gas mileage and high insurance cost wasn't conducive to my bank account. So I scoured CL for an old F-series and found a runner/driver for $2k delivered and it was originally a texas truck. Stripped the 390 and C6 auto trans and sold off, took profit and got a '98 mustang GT 4.6 V8 with a 5spd manual trans, with the ECU and wiring harness. Grabbed a crown Victoria rack and pinion complete front suspension and limited slip rear end from a junkyard, and transplanted it all into the '72 pickup. I did a lot of other things along the way, but left the patina on the body. here's how she sits.




Awesome!
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Offline Blake

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Re: Let's see your pickup trucks
« Reply #249 on: Dec 08, 2015, 12:39:04 »
The shop truck. '13 Tacoma. Got it a year ago almost to the day. Next to it, my pops '96 Tacoma. Has almost 500K on it, only routine maintenance, and a new starter.



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