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    Shane R

    • Year:1973
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:F-100 Pickup

    Engine : 400M with Aussie Heads and Crane Roller Rocker Arms. Aussie heads woke this 400M up (lots more power.) Radiator is 4 core with electric cooling fan from Bronco Graveyard. Full MSD Ignition System. Holley Street Avenger 570, and AMSOIL throughout all d

    Drivetrain : Four speed NP435 w/Ranger 27% Overdrive Gear Splitter. Drivelines are new and custom. New Spicer u-joints and brackets. NP435 and NP205 rebuilt recently (no leaks.) All new TIMKEN bearings and seals on Dana 44 and Ford 9. Rear TSM Disc Brake Conversi

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : f11yrs28326

    Restored 1973. Detroit Locker in front and limited slip in rear. Rancho RS9000XL shocks front (4) and rear (2). Pro Comp Mud Terrain 33x12.5x17 mounted on Aluminum Eagle 17x10 wheels. 3.50 gears. Aussie Heads! Full MSD Ignition System w/vacuum advance. Alpine CDA-9887 Cd Player. Fabritech Traction Bars. Frame is painted with POR-15 and top coated. All removable parts including frame support, fender wells, front c-clamps, torson bars, misc brackets have all been powder coated. Even the coil springs are powder coated. Just installed Delphi power steering system from Wild Horses. Had all steering parts powder coated and installed a polished pulley to match March pulleys throughout. All new TIMKEN bearings and seals on Dana 44 and Ford 9. New powder coated red brake calipers from Thunderbird. All trim pieces are new and polished. Seats are Corbeau Moab bucket seats. All interior is new, including all dash trim. LED lighting throughout (blinkers, gauges, interior, exterior.) I'm willing to trade for a 66-75 Bronco also...we can discuss details.

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    Reviewed by: Ben S 04/07/08 06:33PM

    Wow! Looks great Shane! Great job restoring it. -Ben

    Reviewed by: Larry S 04/08/08 01:36AM

    That truck looks very sweet Larry

    Reviewed by: Larry S 04/10/08 12:21PM

    Where did you find the lower aluminum molding? Nice looking truck Larry

    Reviewed by: Shane R 04/21/08 02:27PM

    I picked up the lower molding at LMC. Good quality too! The front grill wasen't the greatest from LMC.

    Reviewed by: Troy B 01/25/11 04:34PM

    WOW!! What a ride.Do you still have it?

    Reviewed by: Shane R 01/25/11 05:01PM

    Thanks, yes I have it still. Too much time and money into it to sell it. Thanks again!

    Reviewed by: Jared W 02/14/12 06:52PM

    what is the benifit of the aussie heads? where did you find them and what are the casting numbers?

    Reviewed by: Zackary L 02/23/12 07:10AM

    I have some question about your truck can you email me

    Reviewed by: Ralph T 07/02/12 12:52PM

    I have a 1978 F 250 4x4 i was wondering if you could tell me how to find that paint color. I also have some other questions regarding your amazing job. Thanks Ralph

    Reviewed by: Shane R 08/19/12 11:55PM

    Aussie heads are a closed chamber design. Pretty much it means that compression is higher = power is much higher. It literally woke this motor up!

    Reviewed by: Shane R 08/19/12 11:56PM

    I wanted to stick to a Ford paint code. I used the Ford Zinc Yellow paint code found on many mid 2000's vehicles.

    Reviewed by: Larry S 10/02/12 07:25PM

    It souds like you did a lot of modifications to the interior. Post some pictures when you have some time Larry

    Reviewed by: Lee N 02/10/13 04:51PM

    Hell of a truck !! Very nice

    Reviewed by: Slimjim H 04/23/13 11:18AM

    DANG NICE TRUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Reviewed by: Tj T 07/04/13 10:10PM

    Would you consider a trade for a bronco?