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Generation 5 1967-1972 F100, F250, F350

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Old 07-17-2018, 08:11 PM
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Picked up a project truck! 1972 F100....first post!

Hey everyone! Very excited to get active and get after it! Picked up this 72 F100 yesterday! Don't even know where to start!




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Old 07-22-2018, 11:56 AM
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Looks like quite a good start. have fun with it!
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Nice!

My first truck was a 71. This sure brings back memories!
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Nice truck ,I see someone already strpped the dash pad off ,I think the
metal looks more sexy!....

I took mine off ,looks way better ,do you have the vent covers?...,I
still have to screw mine down before they fly out the winda!....
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