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My 1961 Unibody
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Been working on this truck for a year off and on. Making a daily grocery getter for the wife and I. thought I would share a little on the 1200 forum.

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Posted on: 6/17 12:42
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that 5.0 sure looks tiny in the big engine bay ...

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I was noticing the fact that the V8 looks small in that space. Before I added the inner fenders I could sit on the tire while I was cleaning out the wires and excess crap draped all over. simple spacious trucks.

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1960-1963 F100 "integrated pickup" was sold alongside the traditional F100
I wonder how many they sold (or what percentage of F100 were unibody)

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I'm having trouble with my 3/16 brake line connector threads working with my braided lines. I have to buy a few adapters and figure out what works.

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