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the elder rocker Mike Burgess
Albert, Kansas, USA   USA
Totally non-British, but a fellow has to mix it up here and there!
'67 F100- 352 or 390? 4speed, Short wide bed, custom cab. Sat 20 years. Who could resist?



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walla walla, washington, USA   USA
1969 Triumph Spitfire "Walla Walla"
1969 Triumph Spitfire "Portland"
1972 Triumph Spitfire MkIV "Spokane"
1975 Triumph Spitfire 1500 "Dayton"    & more
Looks about the same as my sons old 76 that my grandson and I were trying to start today. It is a 390 and the interior looks just about the same.
Dan

Mark Jones Avatar
Close to Sarnia, Ontario, Canada   CAN
1995 MG MGF "Barney"
1996 Land Rover Discovery
Nice one Mike. Great vehicle to pick up parts with.





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the elder rocker Mike Burgess
Albert, Kansas, USA   USA
Thanks guys. I couldn't pass it up. The pent roof Mercury valve covers are worth what I paid for the truck and after a couple hours fiddling I drove it on to the trailer. Kind of have a thing for '67s anyway. Have a slug of 'em. 3 Jags, a Healey 3000, 2 Triumph bikes (TTspecial and TR6C) Camaro ragtop and a couple of Chevy 1/2 tons. Yes, I've got it bad, but a fellow needs a retirement project or several.

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the elder rocker Mike Burgess
Albert, Kansas, USA   USA
A little tidying up. It runs, drives and stops now. A carb kit, radius arm bushings and fuel sending unit float and I'm back to prepping the Spitfire for paint! Been too hot to paint a decent car lately so a brief hiatus was in order anyway....


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TriumphFan Jim S
Cumming, Georgia, USA   USA
1967 Triumph GT6 MkI "Cantankerous"
Very Nice especially with the steelies. Those are great trucks.
I've always wanted to get into a '66 F100 step side.



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the elder rocker Mike Burgess
Albert, Kansas, USA   USA
Thanks Jim-
Since last post I found a parts truck. We all know what that means----- The Dreaded Snowball! Mission Creep! Yikes! It's a Ranger with lots of chrome and many many good parts and almost all of what's missing off of the shortbed. I'm gonna have to quit my job so I can get caught up on my hobby! I got it bad! If I call it a rust addiction will it qualify me for paid rehab? Should I even want that? Maybe buying another project car will calm me down some!spinning smiley sticking its tongue out

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carChips Victor Harnish
Kelowna, BC, Canada   CAN
1933 MG Magnette
1973 Triumph Spitfire 1500 "Chip"
1989 GMC Sierra 1500 "Bush Truck"
Nice find Mike, 100s are kinda rare these days.



'S all for now
Vic

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