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@77camaro Hi Guys, lots done today. Water on outside. 3 cars done-clean up. More to do always. Just felt good to be outside for 5-6 hours.

28 weeks ago
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viking

@77camaro nice day ! cut and buff .
wet sanded and buffing old #5 all most done..

28 weeks ago
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Started "carving" my own pistol grip shifter the other day. With my Dremmel, it's gonna take a while. Oh well, I'm a patient guy.

28 weeks ago
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77camaro

great video Tom..50 and sunny today. LOF and clean up MKZ...@yellow 1935 chevy

28 weeks ago
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viking

@yellow 1935 chevy ya it was good one !

28 weeks ago
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yellow 1935 chevy

@viking Hi Viking, Vimeo videos load slow. took 20 plus minutes. Worth the wait, have to watch all the way to the end. Good 1s hard to find.

28 weeks ago
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Vinnietbird

Waiting for my AFR 185 aluminum heads tog et here. Then, the heads, cam, rockers, and Z-Spec 5 speed go in. It sucks being broke. LOL.

28 weeks ago
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@yellow 1935 chevy Hi Tom ,
try to watch the video that HD slows my computer still loading.

28 weeks ago
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yellow 1935 chevy

@77camaro Hi 77, video of the day. Back Seat Bingo by Rumble Seat Riot. http://vimeo.com/46229034. Loads slow, hit the Stop and Go.

28 weeks ago
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viking

@77camaro Nice buddy ,old #5 coming along great waiting on the interior and getting ready to breakin the engine !!!

28 weeks ago

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bronco roof before and after
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3 years ago | 522 views, 7 comments
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78-79 Bronco A/C Compressor Conversions

In order to build a AC/Air compressor you must follow three simple principles:

  1. You must have a need (or at least the need to point and say "hey guys, look what I built this weekend."
  2. You must have more time than money.
  3. It helps if you have most of the parts required sitting in your shop somewhere collecting dust.

The basic parts of the system are a stock type AC compressor with brackets, an air holding tank of some sort, pressure switch, relief valve and a on/off switch.

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4 years ago | 625 views, 1 comments
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Story Of "The Bronco"

I have always wanted a Bronco.  A few weeks ago, I was looking through the Cars & Trucks section of Craigslist and found this 1986 Bronco for really cheap.  It has a fuel-injected 302 with an AOD transmission and a Borg Warner 1345 transfer case.  I was really shocked, after getting it home and spending a couple of hours cleaning it up with a pressure washer, that it had very little rust on it.  The worst part of the rust is in the roof.  The roof needs to be replaced anyway because the previous owner tried to drive under a low-hanging tree branch and dente

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4 years ago | 374 views, 5 comments
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fordtruckman1984
Story Of "The Bronco"

I have always wanted a Bronco.  A few weeks ago, I was looking through the Cars & Trucks section of Craigslist and found this 1986 Bronco for really cheap.  It has a fuel-injected 302 with an AOD transmission and a Borg Warner 1345 transfer case.  I was really shocked, after getting it home and spending a couple of hours cleaning it up with a pressure washer, that it had very little rust on it.  The worst part of the rust is in the roof.  The roof needs to be replaced anyway because the previous owner tried to drive under a low-hanging tree branch and dente

read more
4 years ago | 374 views, 5 comments
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Story Of "The Flatbed"

I first saw this truck in a field at a guy's house that I worked for in 2001.  It was a 1984 Ford F350 with a 4-barrel 460, backed by a C6 automatic transmission, and a Borg Warner 1345 transfer case.  One day I asked him what he was planning on doing with it, if he wanted to sell it and, if so, how much.  Months went by and I never got an answer.  I asked him again and he told me that he would get back with me soon.  A couple of weeks later he came up to me with a proposition.  He had a 2-story tin shed full of junk that he wanted torn down because he wan

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4 years ago | 421 views, 7 comments
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fordtruckman1984
bronco roof before and after
read more
3 years ago | 522 views, 7 comments
fordtruckman1984's picture

fordtruckman1984
78-79 Bronco A/C Compressor Conversions

In order to build a AC/Air compressor you must follow three simple principles:

  1. You must have a need (or at least the need to point and say "hey guys, look what I built this weekend."
  2. You must have more time than money.
  3. It helps if you have most of the parts required sitting in your shop somewhere collecting dust.

The basic parts of the system are a stock type AC compressor with brackets, an air holding tank of some sort, pressure switch, relief valve and a on/off switch.

read more
4 years ago | 625 views, 1 comments
fordtruckman1984's picture

fordtruckman1984
bronco roof before and after
read more
3 years ago | 522 views, 7 comments
fordtruckman1984's picture

fordtruckman1984
Story Of "The Flatbed"

I first saw this truck in a field at a guy's house that I worked for in 2001.  It was a 1984 Ford F350 with a 4-barrel 460, backed by a C6 automatic transmission, and a Borg Warner 1345 transfer case.  One day I asked him what he was planning on doing with it, if he wanted to sell it and, if so, how much.  Months went by and I never got an answer.  I asked him again and he told me that he would get back with me soon.  A couple of weeks later he came up to me with a proposition.  He had a 2-story tin shed full of junk that he wanted torn down because he wan

read more
4 years ago | 421 views, 7 comments
fordtruckman1984's picture

fordtruckman1984
bronco roof before and after
read more
3 years ago | 522 views, 7 comments
fordtruckman1984's picture

fordtruckman1984
Story Of "The Flatbed"

I first saw this truck in a field at a guy's house that I worked for in 2001.  It was a 1984 Ford F350 with a 4-barrel 460, backed by a C6 automatic transmission, and a Borg Warner 1345 transfer case.  One day I asked him what he was planning on doing with it, if he wanted to sell it and, if so, how much.  Months went by and I never got an answer.  I asked him again and he told me that he would get back with me soon.  A couple of weeks later he came up to me with a proposition.  He had a 2-story tin shed full of junk that he wanted torn down because he wan

read more
4 years ago | 421 views, 7 comments
fordtruckman1984's picture

fordtruckman1984
Story Of "The Bronco"

I have always wanted a Bronco.  A few weeks ago, I was looking through the Cars & Trucks section of Craigslist and found this 1986 Bronco for really cheap.  It has a fuel-injected 302 with an AOD transmission and a Borg Warner 1345 transfer case.  I was really shocked, after getting it home and spending a couple of hours cleaning it up with a pressure washer, that it had very little rust on it.  The worst part of the rust is in the roof.  The roof needs to be replaced anyway because the previous owner tried to drive under a low-hanging tree branch and dente

read more
4 years ago | 374 views, 5 comments