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Old 12-15-2010, 01:51 PM
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1930 ford pickup

so i had a 2003 7.3 and went out and bought a 05 king ranch and lifted it and some other mods. I love the ford diesels but always had a thing for the old muscle cars and big block motors. I used to havea 70' chevelle SS big block but sold it. So me and grandfather (which is a retired truck driver of 30 years and a diesel guy) decided to get a 1930 ford pick up. A crate motor 454 powers this thing with a built B&M trans. blows my 6.0 away!!! But we still stuck with a ford truck. Im sorry the pictures are kinda blurry they were taken with a cell phone





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Old 12-22-2010, 04:16 AM
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Nice looking truck and I bet it hauls a$$
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Old 12-22-2010, 05:50 PM
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hahah yes it does! thanks
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How long did it take you two to buld it, looks awesome and bet you had a blast doing it with him.
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Yeah I bet it blows that 6.0 away. I guess that cars only ways like 2400 lbs
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Nice truck and I bet it's fun but I hate to see a Chevy motor in a Ford.
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Great looking rig, Love the pics european luxury cars in portland oregon

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Old 02-08-2011, 11:37 AM
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Nice! Perfect example of the classic definition of a hot rod! And a 454 on that little rig is probably hard to keep on the road! Enjoy it!
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Nice truck and I bet it's fun but I hate to see a Chevy motor in a Ford.
Built Ford Tough with Chevy Stuff?
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