I finally got the 351M back from the machine shop! The shop took care of the internals (cam, crank, pistons, rods, rings, heads, valves, lifters, etc.) so all I had to do is assemble the rest of the engine. Having the long block out of the truck and clean I also wanted to get a coat of Ford Blue paint on it (gotta keep it classic!), Read More→
It’s been around 10 months since the last post, apologies! I’ve been steadily working on the truck and stacking pictures but have neglected to update the blog until now.
With that out of the way, onto the 1978 F250 rear brake lines. I used Eastwood’s flare tool (highly recommended), bender, and SS line. Read More→
If you’re on this website I’m guessing you’ve got Instagram, which is good because we have a cool contest coming your way this September. We’ve teamed up with our sponsor POR-15 to give away a Super Starter Kit and one of their badass Shop Shirts, see the pictures below. All you have to do is head over to Instagram and post a pic on your account of your rusty truck or part, Read More→
Devan’s ’78 F-150 is coming along nicely, in this video he finishes up some bodywork and shoots some epoxy primer on the fenders, looking good!
Devan grabs some POR-15 and hammers out his 1978 Ford F-150 core support. Check out the video below, it came out super nice! (more…)
Devan’s got a new parts truck for “The Yeti” build, a 1973 Ford F250 (that looks better than what I started with by the way haha). In this video he dives into removing the front clip, check it out. (more…)
Say hello to Devan Ence (IG: @devanence). He will be contributing posts and videos of his 1978 Ford F150, “The Yeti” build! Stoked to have Devan on board and helping to create content for the site and looking forward to seeing his build progress. (more…)
Gotta love a good ol’ father and son project! Rob and his son started this 1979 Ford F-150 build 4 years ago when his son was just 13 . They have both been working hard on it with Rob’s son leading the way in regards to money and time invested. They’re looking to have it on the road in a few months just in time for him to drive it to school for part of his senior year. Read More→
Check out On The Ground Designs Boss F100. This build is immaculate and whether you like lowered or lifted you have to respect the craftsmanship that has went into this. Gorgeous!
Check out this awesome 1976 Ford F100 show truck that is fully customized running a newer fuel injected V8. Pretty awesome!