55 F100 PANEL PROJECT SPEC SHEET The 1955 F100 panel truck was
originally a L.A. City School maintenance truck Body This truck is
one of a kind full custom • The top was chopped 3-1/2" in the rear
and 4-1/2" in the front. I removed the front of the top and fit a
1955 F100 pickup top. This removed the bubble top that was designed
as headroom for a maintenance truck and dropped the top thinner at
the driprail and made a nice smooth top slope. I am a machinist,
all top cuts and alignment were made precisley . New body mount
kit. New fender/hood stops. Carpenter lower door seal. New hood
cowl lacing kit. • BMW tilt hood kit for the F100. • The doors were
lengthened 4" to provide easier access to the rear of the panel.
The windwings were removed to allow a one piece door glass. Power
windows installed. Bear claw door latches. • Rear doors were
narrowed 3" on each side and welded together. Hidden hinges
installed to provide access to the curb like a sedan delivery. F100
rear window installed. • The dash was smoothed, original dash
insturment bezel was romoved for dash straight lines formed. New
Ididit tilt steering column with ujoints connected to rack and
pinion steering. Momo steering wheel. Custom CNC V8 column drop. •
Rear wheel tubs were widened to accommodate 12" wide rims. • The
hood is lovered • The rear floorboard has three sections and are
aluminum diamond plate. Each section has been drilled and tapped
for �"-20 counter sunk bolts. The purpose of the 3 sections was to
provide access for maintenance without going under the truck. •
Regulation NHRA roll cage tacked in place. • Custom aluminm cas
tank. • 1965 Camaro bucket seats • Trailer hitch • Drive line loop.
Running gear • 350 GMC 350 HP, aluminum intake, aluminm machined
pulley surpertine system. Block hugger headers, tucked exhaust and
new mufflers. Trans shifter is a B&M Pro Ratchet shifter, new.
TCI new Street Fighter 350 turbo with converter. Chrome trans pan
and dip stick. Moon gas pedel.
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