Discussion in 'Ranchero Pics' started by andrewok1, May 12, 2019.
More pictures to be added- later -camera chip malfunction -2 motors & 2 transmissions full load
Full load I guess!Every bit of 1500#!Iama sellen my F250 gitten me one of dem dare sploders.
that what we thought 1500, run 85 down the high way16.0 to the gallon, tires aired up to 45lbs 4.0 Mazda motor
Cool Goat in the background there.
I don't cull anything that is old anymore, you never know what turns up in my back yard.
hell Hillbilys back yard is like the Bermuda triangle -objects (Vehicles )just appear with unknown rhyme or reason ,
Never thought about it in that context. I think you just coined another truism. Old Ford trucks on stage lately. Next week, who knows ?
I envision a Lamborgini showing up soon,fitting right in
Damn Hillbilly, with as many Lincoln's as you have in the front row you HAVE to have the serpentine set up from a 5.8LW w/ a Saginaw P/S pump, A/C and 3G ALT sitting in the weeds. Not having any luck finding a 94 - 96 E-250 van.
I like the high crop "crane". IHC?
Got any of these hiding in the iron farm Hillbilly?Like to have one in my yard!
Check under the hoods 80s F series and full size broncos Doc,may get lucky.Wonder if 5.0 serpentine brackets would work on 351W,heads are same with wider span,not sure on water pump?
Used the last serpentine like that on a 53 F-100 but I will check at a friend's place. That looks like Lady Gaga's Lightning. I finally tired of not being able to tow a car trailer behind my black 93 and sold it to a friend from NewOrleans. Different from a regular F-150, not enough room to air-bag it easily. Ol' tractor is a 1962 IHC 560 diesel, has hydraulics that can move 1/8 of an inch if you are gentle with the controls. Got two 90 Lincolns with 5.0's but they are different from the Mustang serp. Lincolns had two serpentine belts, one ran the a/c and smog pump, the other did the alt. steering and water pump. Alt. and a/c were on the opposite sides too. Haven't counted Lincolns lately, had 30 at one time. Keeping the later 4.6 Lincolns, easier to give them Coyote engines.
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