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5/24/2022 9:42 PM  #1

Mustang Steve Sighting

My brother Paul and I had a good visit today with Steve while loading up his 56 F100 for its new home in Bako. Steve's neighbor Jerry saved the day by using the winch on his quad to pull the truck up onto the trailer. Thanks Steve, I'm one happy guy.

Bob. 69 Mach 1, 393W, SMOD Toploader, Armstrong  steering.

5/24/2022 10:08 PM  #2

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I’m beginning to see a pattern Bob.


5/25/2022 12:21 AM  #3

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Yep ... if its red, Bob'll buy it. Or red and black.

"Those telephone poles were like a picket fence"

5/25/2022 11:32 AM  #4

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Congratulations Bob on a great project! I Kind of thought Steve was looking forward to making that his personal parts hauler? Did he get around to dropping a sbf into the truck? I think it had a caddie in it when he bought it? I always wanted one of those myself, just no room for one.

Member since 2006, Mustang Steve has always been my homepage. 67 FastBack..Future engine is currently my coffee table

5/25/2022 12:54 PM  #5

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Looks nice.

Its really me....I fixed my caps lock .

5/26/2022 11:16 AM  #6

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Thats a sweet truck!


5/26/2022 11:33 AM  #7

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It had a 389 Pontiac. Now has 2001 Explorer 5.0 GT40P Mustang GT roller cam with carb and 4r70w

Money you enjoy wasting is NOT wasted money... unless your wife finds out.

5/27/2022 12:00 AM  #8

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Made it from Austin to the Cali border tonight. Five more hours mañana. Smooth sailing so far.

Bob. 69 Mach 1, 393W, SMOD Toploader, Armstrong  steering.
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5/27/2022 9:41 AM  #9

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Keep us up to speed on the progress with the truck.

Mustang Steve Bash in Vandalia, Illinois September15-17, 2022

5/27/2022 4:07 PM  #10

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Will do Al. We all made it home safe and sound. Thanks again Steve.

Bob. 69 Mach 1, 393W, SMOD Toploader, Armstrong  steering.
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