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Winter project

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by Spanky, Mar 20, 2017.

  1. Spanky

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    One of our St Louis bucketheads has been busy this Winter. Here's what kept him occupied . . .
    '49 International with stakebead, 460 Ford engine/auto trans, air bag suspension, red cedar bed.
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    That is really neat. Love the windshield. Newer vehicles just don't have character like the older ones do. Tell your buddy, nice job.
     
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    A guy I used to work with is restoring a `41 IHC. I always tried to talk him into hot rodding it :p
     
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    Truck1a.jpg Truck2a.jpg Truck6a.jpg Truck3.jpg
    Looks better in primer . . .
     
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    Spanky,,,,,,,, Bill done good.........................
     
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    I love that era if trucks. They don't have much interior room, but look great. Cool features too, crank out windshields, cowl vents, wing windows... the good stuff!
     






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