Restoration

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  1. Huevos

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    Well, Where do You start when beginning a Ranchero restoration?

    Me?, I start with the Bench Seat.. Just got the Seat Frame back from the powder coater.
    Original steel wheels powder coated also, tires mounted next week then I can push/Tow it to my mechanics shop for engine /Trans dismantling.
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  2. Huevos

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    Here is a pic of my '70 Squire, bought it about six years ago from eastern Washington state.
    351 with AC , PS , Hideaways and disc brakes.
    It was sitting for a dozen years before I bought it.[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  3. beerbelly

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    Great bones to start with Huevos.
     
  4. Jeff B

    Jeff B In Maximum Overdrive BRONZE MEMBER

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    Nice find H. Thanks for keeping us in the loop.
     
  5. ribald1

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    The "F" is falling off the tailgate.
    it might not be worth saving.
     
  6. 1965 Ranchero 66G

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    Super glue to the rescue, good luck with the build, look forward to more pics. Looks like a good foundation to work with.
     
  7. Huevos

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    The "F" Is pointing UP.... in otherwords, Its "F'd" Up..
     
  8. andrewok1

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    nice Squire Huevos good luck on the restoration !!!!, nice to see another Squire getting a second chance /ANDY
     
  9. Saff54

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    Looks like a good project!keep us in the loop!
     

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