1953 Ford F-100 (Pop's Truck)
Last updated Jan 8, 2011
Immacualte and dependable Been to Good Guys shows and selling (maybe) to get he next car....
Purchased from Christian Street Rodders, they built this at one of their "Camps for Kids, without Dad's", donations in Parts over $20k, Kids and "Old Guys ("Street Rod God Fathers) Put it all together in less than 4 weeks, Don Gartlis actually did a mini video of the story that was feaatured on TV. Great job and alll the "Bull Work" was completed. I purchased the truck with less than 500 miles. Needed some work, suspension, brakes, and a few ""Goodies" to make it right.
Heidt's Front End, Disc in Front, Drums in the rear, 327" bored .030 over, Edelbrock "Black Chrome Intake, Holly 730 Carb, QA1 Coil Overs all four corners, Turbo 350, 9" Ford rear (355 gears I believe) Added a rear bumper, tailights, license plate brake/third eye frame, Teal Greeen lights mounted behind the grill for noght crusin............. Runs strong, and reliable and get looks everywhere the truck goes. Won a few trophys, but I am not really into Trophys. License Plate is my Dad's name, as we were going to bulid a 48 1/4 ton (F-100) but unfortunatley he passed away before we ever completed that 48, so this was purchased in his honor
Lots' frame off with the frame painted same as exterior, beinge interior, Mats with Dad's name, stereo in glove box, Dash is uncut.
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