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Old 06-06-2010, 20:50   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all; newbie here. Joined some Mercedes forums, so I thought "What the hey!? Might as well check out the ford guys (and gals!) too. I've got a 1973 F250 2WD 4 speed... Ol' Blue, great truck, always starts, never lets me down! Sorta' semi-retired right now, but slowly, one small step at a time, it's gonna be a real eye catcher! So, with a little(haha)money,a little time and a little expert advice, I'll have no trouble!
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Well, we'll be waiting for some pictures. Why do you belong to the Mercedes forums? I worked at a Mercedes dealer for 19 years in the 70s and 80s. Don't remember much about them though.

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I also have a 1987 190E that's also slowly being fixed up! Almost embarassed to post any pics right now... Ol' Blue is in pretty rough shape on the outside. I have put headers, and Edelbrock 500 CFM carb on it. Front end work next, then the cosmetics.
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The running is the most important part anyway. You're going about that the right way.
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