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Oklahoma City FS/FT International Harvester Project

Discussion in 'Vehicles & Equipment' started by HoLeChit, Mar 26, 2021.

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  1. beardking

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    I freaking hate you for getting this, but I am so happy you did so I'm not able to be tempted to go for it.

    I know it's going to be a slow burn, but definitely make sure to have a build that going on it.
     
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    I used to really be into '67-'72 GM pickups. I had about six "project" trucks at one time.

    After a few years of chopping down the weeds that were growing up between them I finally decided to come back to reality and sold them all to a coworker that in turn sold them all to a truck parts salvage.

    I kept my apparently rare, all original '67 half ton 4WD until someone made a too good an offer to pass up. I still miss that old truck but I really don't miss working on them.
     
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    Hopefully ya don't have any city ordinances that conflict... :lookaroun

    Congrats! :drunk2:
     
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    Man, I had a 76 scout, had to sell it when I move to Alaska in 07. Memories...….
     
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    Speaking of Land Cruisers, in 1970 I had a chance to buy a new Land Rover, one of those aluminum ones that don't rust. Kind of wish I did but bought a Volvo instead. I heard those British autos have a wiring problem anyway? I've seen a few Land Rovers around that have been converted to a V8 Chevy 350.
     
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    They don't make them like this anymore....restore it and it will last a lifetime with good care plus its EMP proof.....
     

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