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This truck can drive cross country today and feel great about it.
My goal with this truck was to make it look, feel and smell like a old truck but go on the highway and tow like a modern truck.
2- 292 motors, Transmission, Intakes and exhausts, fenders, bumpers ...
60's water bags...
At 70 MPH the RPMs are 2100, Great on the highway.
Chassis Frame: Stock with 3 added cross members
Ford 9" 2.75:1 Ratio
late model progressive springs
Original I beam w/Corvette mono leaf springs.
Front Brakes: Power Disk Brakes using Hydravac under bed.
Steering Box: GM 1985 Power steering
Original behind seat
Enos Custom Components Black Box, 12 Volt.
All replaced wiring. All sodered
Engine: 1978 Inline 292
Stock size propane piston kit
High lift Isky cam
Valve Guides milled to allow high lift cam
LS1 Positive valve stem seals.
80's GM HEI
Holley 490 on a Clifford heated mainfold.
2-Innovate Motorsports DLG-1 Air Fuel sensores and duel gauge.
Mufflers: Duel 2.25 inch with X-Pipe, 2006 Mustang GT 500 mufflers.
Headers: Clifford Research Duel.
SM 465 with compound low.
1951 3 window 3100.
Paint Looks like the day I got it from the barn..
Original 1951 Calif License Plates
Fulton Sun visor "original"
Custom Tonneau cover
Hidden Hitch tow kit
Original Wood Bed
Dashboard: Painted Nice
Radio Delete Plate / Paul Bremer
Headliner: Molded Fiberglass
Fabric / Jim Duval
Gauges: Haneline "5 in 1" with Tach
Stereo: I want to feel/hear the truck
Steering Wheel: Original / Paul Bremer
Steering Column: Modified for Power Steering
Air Conditioning: Window Cranks
Seats: Dakota Seats, recovered to match dash.
1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 Restored freeway inline 6 250 292
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