Traducian's 73 chero

Discussion in 'Ranchero Pics' started by sarah, Jun 2, 2010.

  1. sarah

    sarah Pic Moderator Staff Member

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    I placed this here so folks can comment on your ride... as it is a very nice truck good job.
     
  2. HuevosRanchero

    HuevosRanchero In Maximum Overdrive

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    looks good! Where does it need work?
     
  3. TestDummy

    TestDummy In Maximum Overdrive SILVER MEMBER

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    Love the yellow piping on the seats. Seriously, that is bad ass.
     
  4. 5.0 Chero

    5.0 Chero Bahumbug Staff Member

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    Nice 73 Love the yellow piping on the seats.
     
  5. Traducian

    Traducian In Second Gear

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    I want to re-do the electrical system. The wiring just looks sloppy. Also, need valve covers, repaint the air filter replace the fan, clean up the AC and the mirrors need to be fixed (they are loose)
     
  6. sarah

    sarah Pic Moderator Staff Member

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    I do love your interior as well good stuff right there.
     
  7. Stuntdummy

    Stuntdummy In Fourth Gear

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    This is proof that yellow is a viable color choice. I dig it. It is dug.
     
  8. 73 Ranchero

    73 Ranchero In Second Gear

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    Very nice!! Looks like most of your work is detailing under the hood. That is about were I am also. I have found the easy fix for that is to leave the hood closed or find a large sum money and free time.
     
  9. Stuntdummy

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    I'm sticking with the closed hood for a while...heh...
     
  10. Dan the ranchero man

    Dan the ranchero man MODERATOR Staff Member

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    You don't really need a lot of money to detail an engine compartment. It is more time and labor (lots of time and labor). :)
     
  11. 73 Ranchero

    73 Ranchero In Second Gear

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    You are correct, but I have more than detailing to do. I have owned the car for about 10 years. In that time it has been reliable and has given me no problems, but the engine is tired and should be rebuilt. I also plan on bring this car to our other home in Florida, so I will need to improve the cooling system to handle the heat.
    You are also right about time, that seems to be the toughest thing to find, I though I had some time in my tool box, but can not find it. My wife said she has some thyme in the kitchen cabinet. I think I might try this, I will let you know how I make out.
     
  12. sarah

    sarah Pic Moderator Staff Member

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    .... makes me want to sing.....

    Time is on my side... yes it is... time is on my side yes it is.. :)

    never enough
     

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