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Few recent pics of ours............


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Here we go again..................shoulda been 2 seperate pic posts, STREET and OFF-ROAD.................

Here's a few of mine again, most recent:










Son's 93 that I built 3 yrs ago that inspired the build of mine:




Recent cruise-in Athens, TN:








Ok, I whored enough..................buildups of both in sig
 


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awsome trucks chvlfrk, love the instrument clusters you and your son put together.
 

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That looks pretty good. Do you know if the 93 and up rangers have the same a pillars as the 89-92 rangers? I know they have the same dash. The reason I ask is I want one of those pillar pods. They do not make them for the 89-92 but they do for your truck. I thought maybe they would work.
 

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Nice, very cool trucks. But why is the distributor in the wrong end of the motor??? LOL, jk.
 

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i didnt realize you made the hood scoop functional on that beast. very nice craftsmanship on that truck :clapping:

i looooove me a sleeper.
 

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grrr....I STILL wish you guys had done that nice of a job with a 351 instead......

Nevertheless they are nice.

I really like those dash clusters. A Lot.

Can we see under the hood of the blue one?
 

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grrr....I STILL wish you guys had done that nice of a job with a 351 instead......
Nevertheless they are nice.
I really like those dash clusters. A Lot.
Can we see under the hood of the blue one?
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Why sure>>>>>>>>>>>>>




THANKS for the compliments!!!

Just a "Backyard Mechanic" that likes SLEEPERS and to be different than the normal joe:yahoo:...........................
 
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Again with this unique Distributor relocating kit....where did you get that? Whats the part number? How hard is it to install?





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Sorry....its the booze again....
 


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