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New project (after the blazer). 1967 f-100 *pics added*

Discussion in 'Other Rides' started by gmcjimmy88, Jan 10, 2007.

  1. gmcjimmy88

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    I just picked up a 1967 Ford F-100 to fill my garage space after the blazer comes out. The guy who had it before me tore it apart and started restoring it. I will be going over all of his work and then finish tearing it down. Hope to tear it down to bare frame and redo it entirely. I am not a ford man but once you go back this old it doesn't matter. It has a 3 speed on the column which I am thinking about converting to a four speed floor shift. It came factory with a 352 but was told it has a later 351 in it. I need to run the numbers to verify. It is in pretty decent shape and the price was right (he said come get it and it is mine). It has a 9 inch rear and everything else is pretty stock. I need to go through the boxes and see what I need for it yet but I heard it run and seen it drive prior to his tear down. Two projects now my wife will leave me for sure LOL. I will post some pics in the next day or so. Let me know what you think.
     
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    need pics for sure, sounds sweet...

    btw ill trade my d60 and truck for a chevelle 64-71... that way my wife cant kill me over 2 projects lol
     
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    I will get off mt arse tommorow and get the pics of this thing.
     
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    So here is what he left me to reassemble. It was complete when he bought it and it ran. He tore it down this far to do some work on it. I will end up stripping it the rest of the way and doing it right I guess. Some of the body work he has already done needs to be redone. I think he may have just filled in some of the smaller holes with bondo so I will strip it all and weld all the holes closed and start fresh. Let me know what you all think. Everything he took apart he labled/bagged which should make life easier when starting reassembly.

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    more pics

    more pics

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    even more pics

    even more pics

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    That is not an FE motor, for sure. A 351 W intake is about 10+ inches wide, 2 inches wider that a 302/289. If they have not been removed, there are 2 tags that will identify the motor. One is on the top of the carb. It will start with a letter, probably a D or maybe an E. If it was a truck application, the third letter will be a T. There may also be a tag on one of the coil hold down bolts. Another clue is the number on the dist. Ford had a different # for just about every engine combination. FYI, Ford put a casting # on almost every cast engine part, which identifies its original application. Typical # would start as D7T, which translates to: D=70s, 7=7th year, T=Truck, or 1977 Truck. Any #s you find, I can probably ID them for you, just pm me.:D
     
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    Thanks for the info I will check it out and get the info back.
     

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