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having a good metalfabricaor welder look the frame over would be the first thing on my list
when it comes to safety of myself and my close ones i wouldnt trust anything when the welds arent looking perfect
i cant weld good enough myself to make it right so i would need someone i can trust with my life when it comes to welding


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Are you done with it yet? :mrgreen: :exit:

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If you decided not to use this frame, there are a lot of aftermarket setups that you can put on a stock frame. I personally like the mustangII setup as from what I've seen it tucks the wheels better than the camaro/nova frontends. I have always liked the body style of these trucks and could have gotten one for 1000. (running and ready for paint) Its a long story,,in the end I blame my wife for missing for not getting it. Good Luck with it and if I can help in any way lmk.

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It's good to know someone else is building one of these trucks. I have not taken the time to do the photo bucket thing so that I can post pics, but mine got painted yesterday. I am letting it cure for several days before I wet sand it. I hopefully will fire the engine next week as I am off for 11 days. Good luck on the build and let me know if you need any help. This is the 12th 47-53 that I have built. Merry Christmas to all!!


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Donnie,

Do you have any parts left over that you want to sell?? I would appreciate it. I will definitely use your expertise.

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i've seen the complete frames with mustang suspension you mentioned jim morrison among others makes them ..... there real expensive but look awesome and there brandnew
i still think the best way is to use the frame of an S10


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Nice new toy Jody always wanted me to get a pannel in that body style.

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S-10 frames is by far cheaper and really easy to use under those trucks. There are plenty of frame builders out there that can take your cash and build a really nice frame but you still have alot of body work to do also..

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The only way I will not be using the frame that it has now is unless it is unusable or unsafe. Or somebody just gives me an S10 frame for free, which won't happen.

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Going to go pick it up in the morning when I get off. Finally!!!!!!!

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Woo! I would love to have an old rusty AD truck like this.

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Oooooo

http://nashville.craigslist.org/cto/1608009963.html


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I love idiots who put a time limit on their ad. Let me get this straight, it's $26 to fix it but your too lazy to do it today. But tomorrow you'll feel the inspiration to install the heater core.

We need to have an emoticon that says "you're a dumbarse"

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It's funny, too - I did a quick search for S10 on craigslist and saw that one posted a bunch. Apparently he started it at $1600

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I love idiots who put a time limit on their ad. Let me get this straight, it's $26 to fix it but your too lazy to do it today. But tomorrow you'll feel the inspiration to install the heater core.

We need to have an emoticon that says "you're a dumbarse"


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Well, I picked it up today with the help of my friend Brian and Trae(Inherited71). We hauled it back and it came with a ton of parts, even more then I thought.

4 front fenders (2 47-53's and 2 54-55's)
4 Rear Fenders
4 inner fenders
2 grilles
3 bumpers(1 front and 2 rear)
2 gravel shield thingys
2 bedsides
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a tote full of odds and ends, interior parts etc.
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I know I'm forgetting something but my gym area of my garage is full of stuff. I'll try to get some pics of the stuff later.

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:cogratulations: :5150:

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that should keep you in parts for the comming decenium


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Nice score.

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:cogratulations: on getting your latest project home. Good luck with the restoration. :5150: :exit:

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oh yea,

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:5150: Now that's a lot of stuff. :phatyo: :exit:

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I didn't think these trucks came with shrouds, but maybe I'm wrong. I don't know if it is the correct one or not.

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I didn't think these trucks came with shrouds, but maybe I'm wrong. I don't know if it is the correct one or not.


I "think" that is from a car- my buddy has one or two that look real similiar and I believe came from a mid 60's Impala. I had tried to use one for my truck but it would not match up.

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well, I wonder if it is worth anything. I need a few parts to get going, I'm going to post a WTB ad in the parts section.

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Went out today and got alot done on the truck. I tore apart the front end and got it ready for the bags.

I took off the Spindles, Brakes, Springs and Shocks. Also cut off the battery box because it sits a little lower then the steps.

Sorry, no pics, it started to rain while I was out there and I had to pick everything up real quick.

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Ordered my drop spindles from Tim yesterday and saving up to buy the bag kit from suicide doors. Got the rotors turned yesterday, a buddy of mine has a brake lathe and I was already bringing Mandi's van rotors down there so I figured why not.

Going to change out the calipers and pads and throw it all back together.

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Okay, got the spindles thanks to "The Man" Tim Christian. Finally got a decent day without rain and wasn't too busy.

Thanks to Trai for coming over a few weeks ago and helping me cut the frame so the bag brackets would work. What a crock!!!! You pay twice as much for the bag brackets as you do for the 67-72's and then you have to fabricate.

Well, I got the driver's side done, but the pass side needs a ball joint. I went "Bryan" a few weeks ago when I was hammering something and nicked the ball joint on the way down. It messed up the threads. I got the old one out, but didn't feel like renting the tool to put the new one in. I can borrow the tool from my buddy Jimmy just down the road from me this week sometime.

I'm reusing everything that I can, but I did get the rotors resurfaced and got new pads and calipers. Also picked up some sway bar links today and got them on.

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cool! Glad to see you're working on it.

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I've just been waiting on the spindles to get here. Bought the rear bags the other day and saving up for a 4 link. Then I can start adding the body back to it.

Still looking for a front bed panel if anybody knows where one of these old trucks is sitting you can grab for me.

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porterbuild has a nice setup for the rear


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Bryan, what size slams are those? 7's? Do you think an 8 would fit?

What diameter tire are you planning on running because with a 26" tall tire on my subframe and the original spindles, it puts it within an inch of the pavement. I know you don't want the frame on the ground on the AD trucks because the running boards drop lower than the rails. I'm just wondering if you may have gone too low, and may not be able to air it up enough.

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You are welcome Bryan. Holla at me anytime. I can bring that welder over if you want to clean those rough edges up.

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Steve,

They are 6's up front. I want it to ride low anyway so we'll see once I get the rear done.

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I've just been waiting on the spindles to get here. Bought the rear bags the other day and saving up for a 4 link. Then I can start adding the body back to it.

Still looking for a front bed panel if anybody knows where one of these old trucks is sitting you can grab for me.


Make sure you let me know when you are gonna do the 4 link. I wanna watch/help/catch something on fire. :mrgreen:

BTW. What are you plans for a motor?

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Jason will do the 4 link and the bags in the rear.

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Front is done and it looks awesome!!!!

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Jason will do the 4 link and the bags in the rear.


Ask him if I can come over and help/watch when he does it.

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:cogratulations: Looks Great :punk:

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:agree: :cogratulations: I can't wait to see this project rollin' down the road. The roadster and the pickup is a mini convoy. :exit:

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I can't see any pics anymore but B sent me a txt pic and it looks great. Once again, I'm glad some one is making progress on something. :lol:

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thats odd they work over here maibe you changed sumtin in windows or the user controll panel of the forum that caused it


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Got most of the rear brakes done today. Took the drums up to O'Reilly's to have them turned and bought a new set of shoes, wheel cylinders, and brake drum hardware kit. I hate rear brakes, and as usual the first side was a pain in the rear. Started on the second side and somehow the little elves took the BOTH springs that old the shoes in place, so I couldn't finish.

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Damn elves...

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Looking good!!!! :punk:

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thats odd they work over here maibe you changed sumtin in windows or the user controll panel of the forum that caused it

No, it's the filters they have at school. I'm not the only one that is complaining about it. I'm at Deb's office today and can see everything, looking good B!

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when i was in tennesee there where a lot of foodplaces that has free WIFI around the universety if you have a laptop that doesnt hold importand info or its protected whell enough against hacking intoo it you might want to try to take it with you when you go to eat out


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Uh, you've not been to Maynardville. Good idea though.

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eeehm been to white house chattanooga winchester and nashville think the university was in nashville


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