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(11-20-2016, 07:43 AM)That_Drift_Chick Wrote: '67 F-100 Camper/Special, Ranger, 352 FE Big Block, 1500 original miles, 400 on rebuilt motor. (truck was parked for most of its life and only used to go camping in the summers.)

'79 F150 4x4, Currently setup with a 351M/400 with 300k on body, unknown on motor.

will add more pics of other cars/trucks later

Ya know, my Grandfather had a 78' F-100 camper special, one day he didn't need it anymore and he parked in in the yard and it's sat there since 89'. Will post pics of it around Wednesday, I need to get to my grandmothers to get a picture.
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Ok then...,
My Grandpas F150. I wish I had some pictures of his f-250 but it was totaled a few months ago, miss that thing some kinda bad.
I cant remember the engine in this, but I know this truck was ordered to his liking, so its got to be something good beings he was a farmer.

Sorry for the bad quality. Also this is a screenshot because the image kept inserting upside down and I dont want to fix it.
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Here is my Dad's Escape.... (2006)  

It's a 4WD version and it has been reliable so far.

it has 206k right now (NOT JOKING)

I honestly think the older escapes look better than the new escapes (2013+)

The new Escapes don't have that Truck or SUV look like the older ones.



   

   
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(11-21-2016, 03:56 AM)Sean Wrote: Ok then...,
My Grandpas F150. I wish I had some pictures of his f-250 but it was totaled a few months ago, miss that thing some kinda bad.
I cant remember the engine in this, but I know this truck was ordered to his liking, so its got to be something good beings he was a farmer.

Sorry for the bad quality. Also this is a screenshot because the image kept inserting upside down and I dont want to fix it.

Man, I really gotta stop telling you all this information to make a post. Tongue

I love the OBS trucks. I don't know why but I love the boxier look to them. My other Grandpa had a 1997 F350 Power Stroke, I used to call it a monster truck when I was little because the f350 4x4 trucks were tall. Unfortunately, all good things come to an end, it also got totalled when some dumb kid in high school hit it head on when he was illegally drag racing.

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(11-21-2016, 02:36 AM)ModMan01 Wrote:
(11-20-2016, 07:43 AM)That_Drift_Chick Wrote: '67 F-100 Camper/Special, Ranger, 352 FE Big Block, 1500 original miles, 400 on rebuilt motor. (truck was parked for most of its life and only used to go camping in the summers.)

'79 F150 4x4, Currently setup with a 351M/400 with 300k on body, unknown on motor.

will add more pics of other cars/trucks later

Ya know, my Grandfather had a 78' F-100 camper special, one day he didn't need it anymore and he parked in in the yard and it's sat there since 89'. Will post pics of it around Wednesday, I need to get to my grandmothers to get a picture.

nice, my 67 was driven once a year to go camping then parked in 74 since the guy bought a real camper and a new f-350, when i got it it had 625 original miles. (confirmed by service records as he had the fluids changed every time they went camping.)
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(11-21-2016, 01:53 PM)HThat_Drift_Chick Wrote:
(11-21-2016, 02:36 AM)ModMan01 Wrote:
(11-20-2016, 07:43 AM)That_Drift_Chick Wrote: '67 F-100 Camper/Special, Ranger, 352 FE Big Block, 1500 original miles, 400 on rebuilt motor. (truck was parked for most of its life and only used to go camping in the summers.)

'79 F150 4x4, Currently setup with a 351M/400 with 300k on body, unknown on motor.

will add more pics of other cars/trucks later

Ya know, my Grandfather had a 78' F-100 camper special, one day he didn't need it anymore and he parked in in the yard and it's sat there since 89'. Will post pics of it around Wednesday, I need to get to my grandmothers to get a picture.

nice, my 67 was driven once a year to go camping then parked in 74 since the guy bought a real camper and a new f-350, when i got it it had 625 original miles. (confirmed by service records as he had the fluids changed every time they went camping.)

Wow. My 93' has 142,023 miles
   
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Been wanting a winter project... so I bought this, going to restore it. Haven't dug into it but think it's a early lgt 165. Will be able to do More research on it when I go get it with my trailer next week... it's sitting at a lawnmower junkyard, guy said that he thinks that it ran when he got it but he isn't sure.


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You sure it's not an LGT 100/120? Most above the 120 had headlights, and hydrostatics. 100/120 had gears. 125 and up had hydros. I don't see a hydro pedal. Not saying you're wrong just making a point.
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(11-27-2016, 01:04 AM)RustMonster Wrote: You sure it's not an LGT 100/120? Most above the 120 had headlights, and hydrostatics. 100/120 had gears. 125 and up had hydros. I don't see a hydro pedal. Not saying you're wrong just making a point.

Your right. Its a 100 or 120
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