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47 Ford COE Cummins Project

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Not mine, but WOW!! what a build. Owner is asking 7K for EVERYTHING. See here: http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=655331 Build link: http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=355535 1947 Ford 6BT/Roadranger/DRW Slammed Chassis Location: GB, WI Price: $8,000 Check the build thread for all the info you could ever imagine.... Things came up....and well leave it at that..... 1947 Ford 1.5 ton 1 cab, 1 hood, 3 sets of fenders, 3 front grills (1 prestine mint a1a) Cummins 6BT P7100 MINT extremely lo miles and spotless Eaton Fuller Roadranger RT6610 10-speed transmission Intercooler/Piping/Air Compressor/2 hydro steering pumps/ etc etc etc etc etc Chevy P30 chassis....indepdendent front suspension, Custom BIG BAR parallel 4 link rear 2006 Ford F350 hydroboosted disc brakes in all 4 corners Air bags (slam specialties RE8's) in all 4 corners Motor/transmission alone worth $6,000 (all new seals, clutch, flywheel, gears, gaskets, bearings etc.....) Total project has reciepts showing close to $24,000..............

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