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    Edward K

    • Year:1977
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:F-150

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    466 .030 over SRP forged pistons, ARP stud hardware throughout engine, D3VE stock cast iron cyl. heads ported and polished with SS oversize valves, motorsport valve train, (camshaft, lifters, push rods, springs, retainers, keepers, roller rockers) MSD 6AL ignition, MSD billet dist., MSD timing retard for the 250 HP nitrous oxide cheater system, stealth intake manifold, holley 750 cfm carb, 5inch X 14inch K&N air cleaner, L&L full length chassis exit hearders, 2.5 inch pipes and flow master mufflers, L&L oil pan and pick up, high volume oil pump, C-6 trans with 7 redline racing clutches in each drum, heavy duty one peice cast iron clutch bands, R code servo, manual valve body, and aux. oil cooler. A Dana 44 lives up front and a 9 inch with a full spool and 4.10 gears in the rear. I have just finished the restoration of this truck in June of 2003 with a body from Georgia and many parts from LMC truck. A friend of mine painted the truck back to the stock "dark jade metallic" (factory color code "B") with a PPG base coat/clear coat paint. The truck has been wet sanded with 2000 grit paper and wheeled to it's current finish. This truck has many factory options installed like: tilt wheel, delay wipers, locking hood latch, all courtsey lights including ash tray and glove box, sun-x windows, etc... I take this truck to the Silver Lake sand Dunes and race it at the West Michigan Sand Dragway. When there I run 33X16 inch Hookers in the rear and air down the fronts to 6 psi for traction. I have ran a best of 5.60 at 57 MPH. This truck has appeared in Febuary 2005 issue of Four Wheeler magazine and has won a few awards at shows since restoration in 2003.

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