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  1. 4816 I recieved the 392 crankshaft bearings...

    4816

    I recieved the 392 crankshaft bearings from summit today. (Sealed Power pn#4070 M )
  2. Thx 76scoutkid Continuing the story from #2;...

    Thx 76scoutkid

    Continuing the story from #2; during a trip to baja when I was about 16, a bunch of the male family members at a small reunion decided to go to the dunes in the outskirts of...
  3. 4787 Started removing the old canary yellow...

    4787


    Started removing the old canary yellow paint with a 4" putty knife while i wait for my crank bearings to arrive from summit.
  4. 4781 Just got the crankshaft back from the...

    4781

    Just got the crankshaft back from the machine shop, it has been hot tanked and polished. (The crank is still with in standard tolerances)
  5. 4766 A couple fresh coats of Rustoleum Cast...

    4766

    A couple fresh coats of Rustoleum Cast Iron engine enamel.
  6. 4764 The 392 is back from the machine...

    4764



    The 392 is back from the machine shop. It has been hot tanked,cylinders were bored .030 over, Crank mains were line bored and currently i'm prepping for paint.
  7. This is the beginning a 1963 C900 4x4, but it did...

    This is the beginning a 1963 C900 4x4, but it did not start that way. My father first purchased the truck in 1983 from the original owner in California. It was a green color, 2-wheel drive four...
  8. 1963 IH C900 SAND TRUCK BUILD "RaptorKiller"

    Hello to everyone, Today I will began to document the build of "RatorKiller". This vehicle will be built mainly for dirt and sand with some intermediate asphalt time. Feel free to give your opinion...
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