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  • Then a few plug welds along with some vertical support to keep the cowl from twisting with hood operation.

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    • Now the hood to cowl fit was much much better than a stock '66 F100





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      • Now its time to refit the firewall

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        • Rolling chassis for the EcoProject a pretty heavy 2596 lbs !



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          • Wow!!!.How much does a new frame cost?.You are doing so much nice work here..totally dig both projects,as a old F350 1964 model owner

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            • you have no fear! this is fantastic! well done. sorry you had to take the cowl apart two times, but thanks for showing us - we all learn from each other's mistakes, I've made plenty!
              There's always something new to learn.

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              • Originally posted by Blazerteam View Post
                Wow!!!.How much does a new frame cost?.You are doing so much nice work here..totally dig both projects,as a old F350 1964 model owner
                New frame was in the 2400-2600 range if I remember correct.

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                • Originally posted by milner351 View Post
                  you have no fear! this is fantastic! well done. sorry you had to take the cowl apart two times, but thanks for showing us - we all learn from each other's mistakes, I've made plenty!
                  More coming soon, I have been sick with the flu and computer crashed . .

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                  • 9 pages of amazement. Get back to work.

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                    • Hope you're feeling better soon. I've heard that it's NASTY this year. The cold going around here this year can take as long as 6 weeks for folks to lose the last of the symptoms - mine took about 4 weeks. Just saying that I know what it's like to have a yucky feeling that drags on seemingly forever.

                      Dan

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                      • Originally posted by G-Motive View Post
                        9 pages of amazement. Get back to work.


                        Ha! Working on that!

                        The cab is now mounted to the chassis for the first time. Did a bit of sandblasting on edges and corners. Now its on to trying to make everything work~fit.








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                          • Now send that cab to Dynacorn so they can reproduce them for the rest of us!!!!

                            This is a killer thread. Wish I had the time and resources to do something similar with my yellow truck.
                            Life is short. Be a do'er and not a shoulda done'er.
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                            • So you put the new floor into the old cab, and modified the old firewall / hood / cowl to make the new firewall and hvac work.... this is going to be one of those vehicles folks look at parked at a car show and think "I could do that" while having absolutely no idea the trials and tribulations required to make it look like it came that way from the factory.

                              this is fantastic - well deserved to be on the front page.
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                              There's always something new to learn.

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                              • started to fit up the core support module last evening. I think I need to find a shrink a part machine . .



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