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    Rebuilding my 66 F250: “ The Hulk Project”

    After owning my truck 14yrs it’s time to rebuild it. I have a 1966 Ford F-250 that has been air bagged and body dropped. I’ve also put a 4.6DOHC out of a 93 Lincoln Mark VIII in it. I’m completely changing up the truck and using a 2011 crown Vic chassis as the base. I’m videoing the entire build process. Here are some of the videos of the start.








    Here is the car when I brought it home.

    This is how the car currently sits.

    I still need to remove the rockers, windshield, and dash.

    I love the look of the massive DOHC in the truck!


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    Love it. Slammed! Easier to load bed too! Don't you dare paint her. . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    Love it. Slammed! Easier to load bed too! Don't you dare paint her. . .
    It definitely is easy to load stuff into it and I still use it as a truck and always will.

    And I don’t plan on painting it anytime soon! It’s only this way once!

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