1979 F150 "Unveiling" Video
This is the unveiling video of the 1979 F150, which went under the restoration project in 2006. This truck has been in the family since new, purchased in March 1979 by my father. He and I are the ones who done the restoration on the truck. In this video the truck is not 100% finished by close enough to complete the video. (04/11/09)
Built 78 Ford at THE WALL at AHS
My ford climbing the wall at Arab High School. I will try to get a better video soon. The first and only to ever climb the wall.
UPDATE to answer some of the comments and messages...
- 78 Ford with 11 inches of suspension lift, no body, no cut fenders
- I built everything (custom lift, drive shafts, bumpers, sliders, etc.) And yes i can build you a truck too.
- 42 inch IROKs
- Lockers open
- The truck was in 4 high and I unknowingly had it in second gear while climbing.
- You are welcome to copy me, I don't care at all, just be sure to post your video so I can check it out...
TheOutlawVideoSS Mudpit in our Side yard that Gino is afraid of
So yeah if you live close by bring your truck over and show Gino how easy it is to get threw it LOL the MUD STUD Gino's truck you all have not seen yet still has to come to our house for a run in the mud .. Big 4x4 FORD with a Chevy BIG Block in it on Tractor tires
79 ford - its alive!!
as i promised here is my 79 ford f150 aka *rock crusher* after 3 anxious months of putting the truck together we finally get to hear the sound of the glasspaks (and i was far from disappointed) the engine is 400 small block the Exhaust is from hearthrob
466 Ford Big Block 1979 Bronco Run Video.
Just got a new camcorder, so I decided to shoot a little video and see how it turned out. This is the 466 in the Bronco, ~12.5:1 compression, headwork, cam, all the good stuff. Trck has not been driven yet.
1979 Ford F250 4x4 Custom Lifted Pick-up - Very Nicely Restored
I thought you would like a look at this nicely restored 79 Ford F250 4x4. It looks very clean all the way around. It's showing 28,xxx miles on the odometer and it's equipped with: 3" Lift, 33" All Terrain Tires, Alloy wheels, bedliner, goose neck hitch set-up, receiver hitch, a diamond plate aluminum toolbox, and much more. This is one of the nicest late 70's Ford's that I've come across. Thanks for checking it out, comments are appreciated.
four wheel drive