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  • Nailhead Ranger lol

    lmao

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    Wow..

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    • #3
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      Nailheads were major torque monsters. Scary to think what will happen to that lil trucks frame.
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        And the plates already say Ely! :P Looks real clean.
        Escaped on a technicality.

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          That's hott 8)

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          • #6
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            A 425 Nailhead, that's one I haven't thought of!

            I've been benchracing a V8 Ranger over the last couple weeks. I'm thinking it would be a great first hot rod. I've had to much fun following BBR's and Milner351's Ranger builds.

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            • #7
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              If it weren't for the twin I-beam front suspension, I do believe I'd go grab that one. Its not too far.....

              But I already have a Ford with that I-beam crap. Yuck.... no offense BBR.
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              • #8
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                Nailheads end up in the strangest places it seems. It's not far from a Ford for the radiator and starter position I think, still has a rear distributor though. Definately a notched firewall.
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