Last updated Sep 4, 2012
1978 FORD F150, 2WD, 306 (.030 OVER 302), 4-SPD.
Bought my truck back in 1994 to replace my 1976 Triumph
Spitfire, had 149k on it back then and now has about 232k. All
mechanical work is done, new: front brake rotors, pads, hoses, calipers, wheel bearings wheel seals, radius arm bushings, master cylinder, proportioning valve, rear brake shoes, hardware, wheel cylinders and brake drums, new shocks on all four corners, new rear fuel tank and sending unit, side tank removed to allow dual exhaust through the frame rails. Painted '10 camaro synergy green.
302, .030 over, 306 cu. in., 10:1 comp, .471/.471 lift, 276/286 dur, scorpion 1.6 roller rockers, gt40p heads, rpm air gap intake, 750 holley, appx. 365 hp. Summit racing dampner, billet aluminum water pump and crankshaft pulleys, msd ignition, fully balanced, hedman headers with dual exhaust and 40 series flowmasters, 4spd manual transmission, ford 9" rear with 3.25 gears.
Came from the factory with cab lights, bed rails, dual fuel tanks,
power steering, power disc brakes, bench seat and sliding rear window.
New engine, 4 spd trans from a 1982 F100, new clutch, radiator,
hoses, and the list goes on. Just installed a billet grill and a set of Cragar s/s wheels with B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A'S 275/60-15.
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