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Generation 5 1967-1972 F100, F250, F350

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Old 02-01-2017, 03:30 PM
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Soon to be mine 1972 F-100 Sport Custom

https://m.imgur.com/a/u7Oda
This is the 72 F100 I'm planning on getting
It costs $200 it has a 360ci Fe block and a 4 speed auto
Although I can't decide which one to get because the owner is selling this, a 66 f100 custom cab, 58 F100
Each $200
The 66 has a 352 CI Fe block with a Borg-Warener T-18 4 speed stick shift
I don't know much about the 58 but it's probably in worse condition
The 72 doesn't have much rust but I really like that 352 with the Manuel

Either way if I get the 72 (some of you probably won't agree with this) I want to do a 4BT Cummins swap but if I get the 66 I'm not sure yet I might keep it original...

66: http://imgur.com/a/ZSSAm
58 and some other pictures sorry about that
There is actually some more pictures of the 66 as well https://m.imgur.com/a/myHk1

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Old 02-01-2017, 03:57 PM
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I was all about the 72 til you mentioned the t-18. If i were you, i would buy both and drop the t-18 into the 72! I grew up in that setup, you wont regret it!

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Wow! Those are buried pretty deep.

The '58 will have either a 223 6 or a 292 V8.
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Wow a lot of growth over them. The body's look fairly rust free. I would check the frames it may be rusted out
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Old 02-02-2017, 03:16 PM
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Wow a lot of growth over them. The body's look fairly rust free. I would check the frames it may be rusted out
I checked the 72 and the frame is good on it not sure about the 66 and the 58 isn't as good the bed is rusted out

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Old 02-02-2017, 03:17 PM
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I was all about the 72 til you mentioned the t-18. If i were you, i would buy both and drop the t-18 into the 72! I grew up in that setup, you wont regret it!

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Oh I never thought of doing that I might do it sounds like that would be fun

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My truck has a reputation for accomplishing the impossible. The first memorable thing I did when dad passed it to me, was to pull out a ford f150 2wd stuck in the mud at the same time as I pulled out an isuzu trooper 4wd also stuck because he was trying to pull out the f150! I have 31-10.5-15 tires.

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To clarify, 3 vehicle train and I'm 2wd. My truck didnt even think about it. Crawled them right out!

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One warning, never gun it in first unless you feel like replacing motor mounts and want to experien e the stick yanking you across the bench seat! Lol

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I was driving a 79 ford courier 4 speed when I got my truck. Starting in first was ingrained.... For about 5 minutes!

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