I sold the 1960 Ford F100 early in the summer of 2014. I think I got $1500 for it, which is less than I paid for it and far less than I had in it, of course. I got my … Continue reading
I completed the engine swap last weekend, but failed to start it before traveling. The task entailed: – bolting the clutch back onto the flywheel that came with the motor. I didn’t know where the throwout bearing was supposed to … Continue reading
That was pretty easy, once I realized I hadn’t flared one end.
Overhaul brakes. They don’t work at all anymore. Find and install a fuel gauge for my sender. May need a new wiring harness. Headlights turn off randomly and brake lights don’t work. Adjust engine valves. Rebuild engine? Bare metal. Glass … Continue reading
I ran the fuel filler hose out and under the rear fender. It’ll only work at gas stations on steep side hills. Crap.
Bolted in the cut-down seat frames then bolted the seat to them. The belts are in, but will take some work to be safe. The seats aren’t in a comfortable angle but that can’t be helped.
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The re-install of the fuel pump is done, but I’m not going to gas it up again and test it until the carburetor has new gaskets. I manually pumped the throttle at the carb and gas squirted out onto the … Continue reading