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    Default SourApple Ford

    It's low, it's fast, and it's got frame rails.
    Coming to a street race near you..........







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    hmmmmmmm more that looks delishes!!!!!!!!!!

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    drool....

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    :evilgiggle: Let the racing begin!

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    Finally...that color looks sick!
    Shouldn't there be another Ford kicking around too??? evil

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    haha that one got re-named, sortof.. well not really, but this turned up first!
    It's actually your fault, because every time I sign in here, there's another rod thread
    Show and Shine, here I come!

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    I guess i gotta do my ford body now too:p6639707:


    thats one of my fav greens
    Last edited by Code454; 09-24-2010 at 10:53 AM.

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    man thats gonna be sweet!

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    Tease..........................I want more dangit.........

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    Well, I think it's time I tell the story of this truck.

    It started life as a 56 Ford F100, that my Grandpa bought when My dad was 6. It was a beauty, but considering my grandma was pregnant and had 4 kids already, there wasn't much time for Grandpa to drive it around. This is how it still looked in 1960.



    Unfortunately, after my dad got driving in 70's it sort of got used and abused, and Grandpa sort of 'gave' it to him. After Dad basically beat on it for 15 years, it ended up looking like this, stuck in the field in the back of the farm. He sort of ditched the old Ford in favor of some big chevys back then.



    About 5 years ago, Dad wanted to get the thing fixed up again, and (for some reason) started with the body. It was a sorry sight in the field, and the frame was still a mess, but he spend some good cash on the outside as well as some rims and tires. I thought it was cool, but being old enough to know better, he should have started underneath the thing. The paint shop said they wouldn't 'let it go back home' unless he got some chrome for it also, and I'm glad they did that, or Dad may have never done it. haha. This is what it looked like when he brought it home from the paint shop. Pretty good actually.


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