Heres my baby. Got to build a frame for her and do some rust repair on the cab. But for $400 I couldnt pass it up.
Here's mine, been installing our above ground pool so not much work lately. But, when pool is done and baby (AKA my loving wife) is happy....52' here I come. Not to mention what money I save on the pool install goes toward my truck. YAHOOO
Got my 2 inch spacers on, working on panel replacement and cab mounts since these pictures.
Last edited by 1949SSR; 06-22-2009 at 03:07 PM.
My 48 flatbed on a S-10 frame.
There are two things in life where penetration is really important.....and one of them is welding.
The Roofus Special http://www.killbillet.com/showthread.php?t=15603
Heres my 54 its on a camaro sub, 10 bolt rear, 305/350th, Its getting close to being out on the roads just a few more things!!!
Last edited by 48 chevy; 01-18-2010 at 07:47 PM.
If 4 out of 5 people SUFFER from diarrhea... does that mean that one enjoys it?
On the road and enjoying the breeze, man the cowl vent bring in alot of air!
Not really a rat, but kinda ratty. It's a 53 frame, 50 cab, 67 engine-250 6 cyl and 350 auto from a 69.......... and etc. etc.
This ole 53 cab,clip,and 48 bed, shortened 12 inches was on an Old's Cutlass frame, with 350 Olds eng and trans. It was sold before it was finished. That ole beast would wake ya out of a sound sleep.
Heres my wifes '50 3600. Im dying to get this thing goin down the road. She needs an automatic, but i love the stovebolt w/ 4spd. I was thinking about doing a subframe on it. Where do these trucks sit after installing a subframe? She wants it to sit pretty much stock. How much does the rear need to be lower'd to match the front?
I went through all the work sand blasting the new wheels and making home made WWWs for it, and they dont clear the tie rods. Hind site is 50/50. They worked fine till i torqued the lugs down.
Last edited by hillbilly4008; 06-24-2009 at 06:24 PM.