All my parts were found on local buy and sell sites. After reading blogs about what parts were compatible with each other, I searched out parts that fit my budget, and would work together.
My best friend and son helped me build this truck. Having my son help with this build, I was able to pass on some old hot rod knowledge down to him.
It was my Fathers, Grandfathers and Great-Grandfathers truck and was used as a lot truck when my Great-Grandfather had it. It would haul or tow anything they put on, or behind it. It wasn’t fast, but it had the power.
I thought that I would love to own this truck. In June of 2009 I saw it was up for sale, so I went and bought it.
We often hear of weddings taking place between a man and a woman, but, what do you get when you marry two cabs and a chassis that were never meant to go together? Read on to find out what Eddie did and how he did it. The end […]
I’m sure that you all have heard of Tasmania, right? I mean, it even has an animal named after it. I think I found that animal.
Read on, this very well may be the Tasmanian Devil, so, scroll down and read the article and see the pictures, if you dare!
I sold my first truck that I had which was a 94 f150 for $3000 same day went and bought the 70 and drove it for a year before I went and started restoring it
“The names Bond, Joe Bond”
My dad had a 65 when I was young. Was the first truck my dad let me drive.
The car has grown into its current state with many local people watching and seeing the transition. It’s hard to miss now and has a reputation around the car show circle of being very loud and nasty!