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post #391 of 473 Old 03-20-2014, 12:47 AM Thread Starter
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so.....my exciting news.....
Barring any serious complications on saturday.......................................... ......................


I will be the owner of this BEAUTIFUL baby!!!!!!!!!
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1990 F150
107k miles (which is stupidly low for a 24 yr old truck but he said he only ever used it to get to work and back so makes sense)

W/12" lift big arse mudders. (ill get specifics on saturday)

Basically excited enough to do this dance.....
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post #392 of 473 Old 03-20-2014, 04:32 PM
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Very nice....only two things last forever.....diamonds (are a girls best friend), and old fords......I've got two...a 99, and an 84....fords, that is!

Now you need a horse trailer to pull!

Will the Army ship it home for you when you ETS?

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post #393 of 473 Old 03-20-2014, 05:52 PM Thread Starter
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Thisll be my #2 old ford too! Haha I still have the old '65 F250 back home haha


I know right?! I told my BIL to start shopping 2 horse bumper pulls for me lol

And the army will pay for ine car. So I'll probably have then ship my truck and then I'll pay for the escape since its based by weight.
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post #394 of 473 Old 03-20-2014, 09:31 PM
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This is what I picture.


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post #395 of 473 Old 03-21-2014, 12:33 AM Thread Starter
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Hahaha nick. Idk about all that. I got a guy in my co. Trying to pawn an f350 engine on me lol.


Maybe a few yes down the line I'll turn it into me and my BIL project mudder....but I'll have to get another work truck before I do lol
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post #396 of 473 Old 03-21-2014, 03:09 PM
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As far as I am concerned there is only one engine to put in a truck, that would be the Cummins 12 valve.

On that note, I have a 72 Chevy K30 I am building with one! XD

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post #397 of 473 Old 03-21-2014, 03:35 PM
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As far as I am concerned there is only one engine to put in a truck, that would be the Cummins 12 valve.

On that note, I have a 72 Chevy K30 I am building with one! XD
I'm done with chevy.....to bad they took the taxpayers money, but they did.....Maybe a 7.3 powerstoke?

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I'm done with chevy.....to bad they took the taxpayers money, but they did.....Maybe a 7.3 powerstoke?
So did dodge, so did ford.

Ford just took the money via several of their subsidiary companies to make it look like they didn't.

I won't buy a new car period, newest car I own is my 93 Camaro. My Semi is a 94, my Jeep is an 81, my Truck a 72.

New cars are noting but cheap plastic garbage.

The only new one id buy is a Vette, maybe a Camaro.

But don't kid yourself, all of the automakers got a bailout, it is disgusting, it was wrong, can't be undone now.

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post #400 of 473 Old 03-23-2014, 01:27 AM Thread Starter
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Well.

He's Miiiiine haha. The kid has to get the title shipped here ( wifey accidently packed it with their goods) so Monday well exchange money and titles but he's miiiiiine!!!!


I have dubbed him Fudd. I have Elmer and Fudd now lolol

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