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Pictures of my Plow truck

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by 1976 Ranger, Dec 12, 2003.

  1. 1976 Ranger

    1976 Ranger Junior Member
    Messages: 29

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    Last edited: Dec 12, 2003
  2. 1976 Ranger

    1976 Ranger Junior Member
    Messages: 29

    picture one

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  3. 1976 Ranger

    1976 Ranger Junior Member
    Messages: 29

    Picture 2

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  4. 1976 Ranger

    1976 Ranger Junior Member
    Messages: 29

    Picture 3

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  5. 1976 Ranger

    1976 Ranger Junior Member
    Messages: 29

    Picture 4
     
  6. 1976 Ranger

    1976 Ranger Junior Member
    Messages: 29

  7. 1976 Ranger

    1976 Ranger Junior Member
    Messages: 29

    Picture 5

    Its a 1976 Ford F250 4x4
    Specs are
    360 Fe motor with Performer cam, Intake, Holley 670 truck avenger. It has a mild port and polish on heads. Stock bottom end except for melling High volume oil pump. Exhaust exits threw a set of Dyno max headers, cherry bombs and 2.5 inch exhaust pipe.
    It has a C6 trans with Tci pan.
    Its been converted to a Np 205 Mate transfer case, It also has a Dana 60 Highpinion up front with a set of 4.10 gears and
    Superwinch hubs.

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  8. '76cj5

    '76cj5 Member
    Messages: 78

    Hey! I think I recognize that Arbys. Is that the one right off 91?

    I did a lot of plowing in Solon last year. This year we got outbid on a lot of jobs so I back out of a bunch of lots so the other guys with debts can have some jobs. My Jeep's all paid for.
     
  9. PLOWMAN45

    PLOWMAN45 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,831

    nice rig that when they built them tough
     
  10. 1976 Ranger

    1976 Ranger Junior Member
    Messages: 29

    Yes thats the arbys on rt 91. I work at the Sunoco station on the corner.

    David:rolleyes:
     
  11. Crumm

    Crumm Senior Member
    Messages: 529

    I like them old trucks. You can check out all the photo's of mine by clicking HERE

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  12. 1976 Ranger

    1976 Ranger Junior Member
    Messages: 29

    I was just looking at your pics in the picture forum. What a
    coincidence :eek: I'll tell you what i love my truck, wouldnt even trade it in on a new superduty. .

    David
     
  13. meyer22288

    meyer22288 Senior Member
    Messages: 999

    wow those trucks are nice. you cant find them like that anymore. id rather have one of those then a new truck anyday. you guys ever thinking about selling one?
     
  14. 1976 Ranger

    1976 Ranger Junior Member
    Messages: 29

    Nope i would never sell mine. Its amazing how many people have asked if i wanted to sell mine. I'll bet if i put a forsale sign on it today it would be sold tommorrow. :rolleyes: But they are definetly fun trucks, and i've gone and bought a nice frame and a divorced np 205, 460 motor (that will be stroked to 570 cubic inches) and a c6 for behind it. Just need a good body, some more time and more money. And i'll have one built the way Ford should have built them.


    David:D
     
  15. Crumm

    Crumm Senior Member
    Messages: 529

    I have had a few offers on mine and am considering accepting one of them. I have a 1996 F350 as my daily driver so I suppose I don’t really need the 75’. I am thinking I might as well sell it someone that can use it more than me before I get sentimentally attached. The guy I bought it from had it since 77’ and he is still pouting about having to part with it. It sat in his front yard for the last 10 years so he decided to sell it before it rusted away. All the sitting around it did was a little hard on it though it did keep the mileage down to 80,000. It was in fairly good shape when I got though I have did a quite a bit of work to it. I have a 76’ crew cab that I am restoring so I could use the money from a sale of the 75’ to buy parts for the 76’. Decisions -----Decisions...........I do enjoy plowing snow with it though.
     
  16. My76f250

    My76f250 Senior Member
    Messages: 105

    I have a 1976 f250 hiboy. I too could never sell my truck. Shes great runs strong an pushes snow like theres no tomorow! Its a 4spd with a 360. i have a 390 with a 428 cam goin in it for now. I am also workin on my pet........a 429 cobra jet! next year im pullin my tired ole meyer off it an replacing it with an 8' 97' western unimount pro plow. Im only 17 but vowed to my girlfriend that i want too be buried in that truck thats mine forever! :drinkup: :yow!: Even though it gets me when i tow it home on occasion its still fun!