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Old 04-13-2014, 09:48 AM
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CB's 68

Heres the before an after interior work.









































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Old 04-13-2014, 09:58 AM
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Wow, great transformation!
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x2! very nice work
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x2! very nice work
Thanx Guy's...
Im not trying to do a show piece,but merely trying to clean the truck up,an
make it a cleaner ride,its basicly my work truck,an accasionaly load it up
an go camping.
I wanted to do the interior first,next,I need to do alttle engine work,It definitly needs new freeze plugs an the intake manifold gasket replaced.
After that,I will start prep on the body,fix afew dings,sand,an primer.
Heres what the truck looks like,The pic is us going camping...
LOL....Felt like the Beverly hillbillies that day....

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Old 04-13-2014, 01:58 PM
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Finally a pic of the truck, you can't tease a guy like that and not show the whole rig...
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Old 04-13-2014, 02:25 PM
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Finally a pic of the truck, you can't tease a guy like that and not show the whole rig...
LOL...Ive had the love of hot rods & classic rides since 12.
Im 49 now,an this is the only classic that Ive had,an only had it for 3 yrs.
My wife seen an add in the paper for 350.00 bucks,we went down an looked
at it,so she decided it would be an early b-day gift.Bought it an I drove it
home.I think I only started on working on it last yr.
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Looks to be in nice shape bodywise.
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Looks to be in nice shape bodywise.
The truck has a little crease in the driver side headlight bezzle an
the front of the bumper has a slight bend in the bumper.Nothing
major on the body but acouple of real small dings.
It does have alittle rust cancer in thefender an rocker panels,but
just alittle pin hole stuff.
All the front end bushings need replaced,door wheather strip.
Other than that,its all pretty solid.
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Old 04-13-2014, 03:08 PM
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Not bad at all for the age!
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Thats a really nice truck for that $$$ outlay
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