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Classic Instruments '53-'55 F-100 Package
'53-'55 F100 Package Posted May 8 2012 12:09 PM by h3nry

Check out Classic Instruments retro-fit unit for '53-'55 Ford trucks. Original fit, original styling better than original features!

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Filed under: Miscellaneous, Custom Auto Body, Classic Ford Trucks, 1950s Trucks  | 


Classic Instruments Vintage Gauge Shop
Check out the comparison between our old cluster and the newly restored unit! Posted February 11 2010 10:31 AM by RManson

We sent out the gauge cluster from the '52 Pontiac dash we grafted into our F-1 to Classic Instruments' Custom Shop and thought we'd give you guys a sneak peek at the end results. We'll cover the full install as well as...

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Filed under: Miscellaneous, Custom Auto Body, Vintage Truck Talk, 1950s Trucks  | 

Here's the '68 GMC on a trailer behind my '05 GMC
CCT 68 GMC  Shortbed Project Posted March 25 2009 03:36 PM by John Gilbert

Mama's little baby loves shortbeds! Here's the '68 Jimmy on my tandem trailer getting hauled out of the orange grove and headed to its new life as a shortbed.

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Filed under: Classic Truck News, Classic Truck Events, Custom Auto Body, Vintage Truck Talk, 1960s Trucks  | 

The Psychology oF Color
Custom Painters Are All Crazy Posted July 27 2008 09:43 AM by John Gilbert

I guess just like the pot can call the kettle black, I can say all custom painters are crazy. And while I'm at it, should I mention we are lazy too?

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Filed under: Custom Classic Trucks Magazine, Custom Auto Body, Vintage Truck Talk  | 

Drenched With Liquid Wrench
Beer Makes You Pretty Posted July 25 2008 08:26 AM by John Gilbert

Okay, so the title and SEO don't match the editorial content, and maybe I've put myself on the Mothers Against Drunk Mechanics hit list.

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Filed under: Editorials, Custom Auto Body  | 

Custom Painter Reunion
Happy Donut Rise Early Flatbed Chubby Posted June 25 2008 08:48 AM by John Gilbert

It's not quite as sleazy as it sounds, but I guess I proved that I'm not above sliding onto Street Rodder's Website and attempting to steal some traffic.

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Primer Crimes From Satan's Rust Bucket
Ignore The Clues An You Loose Posted June 18 2008 09:11 PM by John Gilbert

It's pretty bad when I can spot a real dog with just a few crummy photos on the Internet. Nevertheless the supply of people that fall for a rusty heap thinly veiled under primer never seems to dry up.

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Filed under: Custom Classic Trucks Magazine, Custom Auto Body  | 

Polish Chrome Like A Pro
Here's How Brown Cow Posted June 18 2008 03:19 PM by John Gilbert

I'm not quite sure how I associated Jack in the Box onion rings with cockroaches, and steel wool in my mind just now, but I did.

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Filed under: Custom Classic Trucks Magazine, Custom Auto Body  | 

Easy As Baking Oatmeal Cookies
Reinventing The Wheel Posted June 17 2008 08:27 PM by John Gilbert

Mothers don't let your cowboy grow up to be a baby. "Simple as pie, or making a batch of frozen ready-baked oatmeal cookies is how I would describe how easy the process of claying the paint job on your truck is. Of course...

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Filed under: Classic Truck News, Custom Auto Body  | 

Turtle Wax
Turtle Wax Posted September 13 2007 05:18 PM by Lewisk

Ice..... Yea, It's Cool.

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Filed under: Miscellaneous, Custom Auto Body  | 

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