Alright guys in helping a friend with his 67 f100 352 3 speed no power... — Ford Fanatics

Alright guys, in helping a friend with his 67 f100 (352 3 speed no power controls).

He's wanting to convert from his stock manual brakes/steering/clutch set-up to power. Can anyone give me a few pointers in the right direction? Should I spend time looking for a parts truck? If so can I go beyond the 67-72 body and still get proper fitment? Any aftermarket companies offering good kits for the build? I'm very mechanically inclined, especially with ford. Just trying to gather some insight from likeminded grease monkeys. Thanks in advance! Pic for attention.

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OK OK guys I got a horribly stupid question I hooked up my cb in my truck and... — Ford Fanatics

OK OK guys I got a horribly stupid question I hooked up my cb in my truck and put the antenna above the cab but driving down the road near power lines especially when I'm underneath them I got wicked bad static to the point I got to turn the squawk all the way up what do I do wrong? Anyone's help is appreciated. Of not appropriate go ahead and delete it's only my Ranger

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    Tim Parks shared Summit Racing Equipment's photo to the group: Ford Fanatics. — Ford Fanatics

    *****FORD LOVERS***** Summit Racing Equipment has put our 1979 F-350 up for TOP DECEMBER FAN RIDE, wow wow wow!!!!

    We need likes please go like the pic on Summit’s page…… I guess we are up against a chevy truck and it is winning, don’t know how the chevy is winning but it is. Thanks for the support!!! Just click the pic and like the photo!!!!!!!!!!!!! or go here and like pic

    https://www.facebook.com/SummitRacingEquipment/pho tos/a.187294621292469.41112.167733439915254/132171 2537850666/?type=3&theater

    Also please share if ya can

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      Photos from Kiara Benton's post — Ford Fanatics

      FOR SALE- $5,200

      1991 F350 7.3 Diesel xlt Sundowner Edition Centurian Custom.

      Truck is a dually with a crew cab and a long bed. 118,000 miles, runs and drives great! Has a 5 speed manual transmission, bumper pull hitch and gooseneck hitch. This truck is one of a kind! Centurian was a customization/conversion company (that is no longer around), that took Fords and added all kinds of custom features to them. These trucks are rare and hard to come by, and i have yet to see one for sale with all the features that this truck has.

      Features include real wood interior, captains chairs in front with wood center console, back seat folds down to a bed like a futon, cb radio, equilizer, radar detector, dual fuel tanks, interior limo lights, stainless steel rear bumper, stainless steel brush guard and stainless steel running boards, custom exterior lighting including lights along the middle of the tailgate.

      I am the second owner of this truck, and it has only been used by myself and the original owner to pull a horse trailer. Has not been driven hard or as an every day vehicle, and has been well taken care of. Truck starts right up and runs great. No rot, and only a few very small surface rust spots, that if someone wanted to be meticulous and re-paint the truck, they would probably sand right out. Interior is in excellent shape, other than a small rip in the drivers seat, and some fading to the carpet in areas. Has new water pump, new break lines and new belts.

      There is a crack in the windshield, some cracks and damage to the fiberglass of the dually fenders, and some dull paint in places (to be expected in a 25 year old vehicle), but as a whole it is in great shape. It does have a power steering leak, so i did have to add fluid every so often. It also needs new batteries and a new muffler. (although i personally like it without the muffler, which is why i have left it off for the past few years). Runs and drives great as is, has been being used regularly to pull my horse trailer. As i said, it needs a few minor things, and may need a few minor mechanical adjustments to be perfect, but nothing major and nothing that effects it being road worthy.

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        Photos from Austin Gurganus's post — Ford Fanatics

        In a field 10+ years before and after. Only really have like 5$ in paint on the emblems. The other paint was free. So only have like 5$ in the whole truck. Me and my dad got her home and a few days of turning wrenches and a carb I got from my brother she was running smooth as a top. Now just gotta put the fuel pump on and buy a brake redo kit and she'll be ready to be driven on the road

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          Photos from Aaron Janousek's post — Ford Fanatics

          I have had my eye on this explorer for a few months now. It was setting on a local used car lot that closed. They sold the building and had to clear it out so I stopped and asked about this explorer. The owner tells me the shop next door diagnosed it with plugged cats and most likely need a new engine. I test drove and offered $500 for it. Drove it home running rough but never got hot. Turns out the spark plug wells and boots were corroded. Its a 2006 with 4.6 V8 and only 47,000 miles. As a shop owner it irritates me to know there are mechanics out there that cannot properly diagnose simple problems. Yes I took advantage of the car lot but if I had not purchased this vehicle it was going to the salvage yard.

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            Photos from Kyle Zitzka's post — Ford Fanatics

            Ford 302 camed and rebuilt

            New pistons

            Connecting rods

            Bearings

            Oil pump

            Oil pickup

            .512 cam

            Valve springs

            Lifters

            Carb intake

            Rebuilt holly 650 carb

            Full gasket set

            Timing chane and gear

            Thermostat

            Remanufacturer waterpump

            Alternator

            Belt tensioner

            Smog pump delete

            Asking 400 obo

            Located in Joliet il

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              Photos from Nicholas Maxwell's post — Ford Fanatics

              For sale.

              1965 Mercury Comet. 289, automatic. Clean body. Minimal rust no dents. All glass intact. Everything works as it should. Would make a great driver as is. Almost ready for paint. Engine has runs strong. Too many new parts to list.

              $4500 obo.

              Car is located just north of Asheville NC. Car has clean NC title. Message me for more details or if interested.

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                Photos from Kyle Zitzka's post — Ford Fanatics

                For sale

                Ford 302 camed and rebuilt

                New pistons

                Connecting rods

                Bearings

                Hei distributor

                Oil pump

                Oil pickup

                .512 cam

                Valve springs

                Lifters

                Carb intake

                Rebuilt holly 650 carb

                Full gasket set

                Long tube headers

                Timing chane and gear

                Thermostat

                Remanufacturer waterpump

                Alternator

                Belt tensioner

                Smog pump delete

                Needs thermostat housing and oil pump shaft

                Asking 650 obo

                Located in Joliet il

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                  Photos from Larry Bailey's post — Ford Fanatics

                  My bricknose! It was my dad's truck, it sat for a few years, still have a few things to do before I can get it back on the road, l have replaced pretty much everything under the hood, and I want to change them ugly steel wheels so if any of yall know where I can get some 15x8 or 15x10 wheels let me know!

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                    For sale or trade on my project trail rig — Ford Fanatics

                    For sale or trade on my project trail rig

                    clean title and built to be street legal

                    92 f150 5.0

                    10.5 in of lift

                    Dana 60 sas front and rear with matching 4.10 gears

                    coil spring conversion With full custom spring buckets

                    Shortened frame by 48 in

                    Dove tailed rear frame with integrated winch plate

                    Custom y link control arms heim joint built

                    Custom trans cross member

                    Full custom rear roll cage with built in hi-lift jack mounts exhaust and spare tire holder and cover

                    Fresh rebuilt 5.0 with a .512 cam and full carb conversion

                    Jeep inspired half doors

                    Full custom fuel cell with dual fillers

                    Brand new radiator core support

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                      Seeing as flying flags in trucks is becoming a popular trend — Ford Fanatics

                      Seeing as flying flags in trucks is becoming a popular trend---

                      Flag etiquette?!?! You didn't know there was such a thing? Well now you do! Please take the time to educate yourself on the etiquette of flag placement in your trucks before you fly! Respect our flag and fly 'em right!

                      If you have any questions about rigging or placement, please ask.

                      Here's two links and feel free to Google for further information!

                      http://flagandbanner.bmobilized.com/?ref=https%3A% 2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.flagan dbanner.com%2Fflags%2Fflag_etiquette.asp&width=360

                      https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&u rl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.pgrofga.com%2Fvehicleflags.pdf &ved=0ahUKEwi3qaH0uczNAhVJzoMKHdZLB5sQFggiMAI&usg= AFQjCNHGB2oyPZaWnj2eYDs2-dz3kC1bCg&sig2=5brNbCuGAb wubJECLI_iSA

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