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post #31 of 129 (permalink) Old 06-12-2019, 11:23 AM
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I'm out of the state right now so I won't be able to get the car until the first of next week.

You can see the two original front seat on the left of the first picture. I've been told the bumpers are there, the door glass is there and the grill as well. The small hub caps that go on the rims are there to. The air cleaner base for the shaker has been located. Not sure about things like the rocker trim, but...

I'm thinking most of the car is going to be there.

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Its not too bad. I have seen worse go for even more. A little more work and you might triple your money.
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Is it a factory 351 M-code shaker car? If so, that is pretty rare, and a find in itself.
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Is it a factory 351 M-code shaker car? If so, that is pretty rare, and a find in itself.
I'm not 100% sure that the shaker is original to the car. It is my intentions to find out...

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post #35 of 129 (permalink) Old 06-17-2019, 07:04 PM Thread Starter
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1st picture of it headed home.

Van is full of parts...

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wow, nice find and a great price Allen. so what's the plan for it?

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Cool looking car. Looking forward to hearing about your plans for it.

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wow, nice find and a great price Allen. so what's the plan for it?
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Cool looking car. Looking forward to hearing about your plans for it.
Pull the suspension and make it a 4 wheel drive...

Nah, back to original...

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Pull the suspension and make it a 4 wheel drive...

Nah, back to original...

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Well you do need something up at the lake don't you?

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Well, the F150 is a 4x4 but you can never have too many...

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post #41 of 129 (permalink) Old 06-18-2019, 12:31 AM Thread Starter
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1 cool item in the stash of parts. I'll go through them all tomorrow.

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That was a great buy. Sleep well.
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Trying to take inventory and have SOME of the parts laid out on pallets. New door panels, new upholstery with new seat cushions, a couple of stripe kits, numerous bolt kits, new exhaust tips, new door catches, new trim pieces. The van is about half empty now. I have all the seats, new Mustang emblems for the sail panels. I'll post the rest later. Long day at work and just about to leave the office...

I wanted to get the car on the lift but just not enough time...

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Pulled the valve covers this morning...0J17 and 0J19 so not the original engine (heads at least). Can't see the date behind the starter and have to hit the road...

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Well, the F150 is a 4x4 but you can never have too many...

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Why stop there? While you're converting it to a 4x4 you could cut off that goofy looking sloped roof, open up the trunk area and install a truck bed.

Get rid of the F150. This would serve all your car/truck needs.


That's a great looking car. Should be a fun project.

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