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    55 Ford F100

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    Lowlid

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    Age : 69
    Location : Lavergne, Tennessee

    55 Ford F100

    Post  Lowlid on Sun Apr 26, 2009 8:47 am

    My current project is a 55 F100 that I've owned for over 20 years. When I first got this truck it was in really rough shape. I started off by yanking out the 302 and auto trans. and removing the junk bed. The front suspension was a cobbled up frame clip from unknown origin, so it got cut off and prepared for a frame clip out of a 70 chevelle. I got the clip installed and started on chopping the top. Now I'm one of those guys that like the mail slot windows that you see in a lot of hot rods. I've always thought they had a rather sinister look. So I cut 6" out of my top. I got all of the metalwork roughed in and then the truck got set on the back burner for a number of years while other projects got in the way. I started back to actively working on it about 2 years ago. This photo was made when I was fabbing the bed and roll pan.



    I'll be posting more pics as I figure out the forum

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    Darkside Dave
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    Re: 55 Ford F100

    Post  Darkside Dave on Sun Apr 26, 2009 10:34 am

    Thanks Lowlid,
    What a great looking job you have done so far. It's a masterpiece of work and I hope you will be keeping us posted with lots of pics and updstes as it progresses.

    Later Man
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