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Today 08:16 AM
MONGOMANN75





Engine is in the chassis!



Got the rad support painted up last night, POR15 for the first coat going to top coat with satin black!





My new rad came in damaged should have the replacement today!



My son picked up a new project as well, a 78 F150. Weíve already replaced the grill shell, he prefers the older grille!



Itís gonna need some work...




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06-27-2019 06:26 PM
MONGOMANN75 Wow itís been a while!














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06-11-2019 09:14 AM
matt95xl Sweet build! I just read through this entire thread, it's builds like this that make me want to get my hands dirty.
06-08-2019 10:06 PM
MONGOMANN75





Got the rotating assembly together today after mowing grass for 4 hours....


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05-17-2019 12:17 PM
BigBlue 94 Definitely do the Saginaw swap. It's easy and well worth it.

For intake manifolds, you have 3 easily available options. The dual port offenhauser is good for carbs under 500 cfm. The Clifford and the Offy 'C' are open plenum and work well with 450+ cfm carbs. I have a Clifford with a 450 quickfuel 4160 4bbl on it. For a 2bbl, the autolite (motorcraft) 2100 series is almost indestructible and runs nearly upside down.

If you ditch the feedback system, you have to go HEI or retrofit a Duraspark2 ignition in. Or a points ignition. The HEI from DUI is great. It starts almost instantly.

If you are doing any slow crawling, I recommend staying away from headers. Mine heat up real fast, and will overheat the engine. Normal street driving, they are not a problem.
05-17-2019 10:37 AM
MONGOMANN75 The engine I am using sat for a while and was low on compression in #3, when I say low I mean like 10 PSI form the other cylinders. I am having the head gone through, new hardened seats new guides, valves and springs. My guy builds 300 heads for the gas and oil industry, he has a customer that runs their natural gas compressors with 300's. The compressors run 24/7 on the gas they are compressing. Those heads have special guides, seats and valves, there is no lubrication in the gas and he said it beats the seats clear out of the heads. I plan to use a split header and am looking for a decent intake, if I cannot find one I have the 1986 intake that was on the truck and plan to throw the feedback carburetor as far as I can what carb do you suggest? I am looking for an HEI conversion distributor and have been thinking about the Saginaw pump conversion as well. BOV1 is going to be my sons first truck so I want reliable and somewhat capable but not big block power for it....
05-17-2019 09:20 AM
BigBlue 94 Clifford ain't what it used to be. Quality has supposedly gone down hill.

If anything, a good manifold, 2bbl autolite carb, and efi exhaust manifolds will wake one up pretty good.

What's being done to the head?
05-16-2019 10:03 PM
MONGOMANN75 Nothing major to the 300, I had delusions of grandeur and thought Iíd build a Clifford Performance monster then I added it all up and figured there is no way. Got a lead on a finished block bored .020 and decked, my head is getting done at a local head shop that used to build Yenko engines.

I am looking for reliability and decent power. Plus my very first Bronco was a 300 with the 4 speed as well!



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05-16-2019 05:46 PM
BigBlue 94
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I actually made the 300 sticker my self, yes I am building a 300 for it!


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Awesome, any plans for "building" the 300?

Mine is a 309 incher, and has almost unlimited power.
05-16-2019 05:41 PM
biggum Winch looks great!


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05-16-2019 04:52 PM
MONGOMANN75 I actually made the 300 sticker my self, yes I am building a 300 for it!


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05-16-2019 01:59 PM
BigBlue 94
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Sorry it been so long since the last update!







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What the!? Are you going with a 300!? Btw, WHERE THE HELL did you get that 300 air cleaner sticker? I must have one!

Also, love the square roll cage. I think I'm gonna do that too.

Keep up the awesome work
05-16-2019 10:31 AM
MONGOMANN75
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With all the amazing work you've done on BOV1 I don't see how you couldn't

I had missed this thread before somehow, but just went through most of it and Great work resurrecting this Bullnose neighbor I'm sure your son has picked up some valuable skills along the way too

Lookin' forward to seein' it back on the road, as I'm sure you and KJ are too!
I appreciate your kind words! KJ has learned a lot from the project. it is growing long in the tooth and we are ready to get it out of the garage! 1 step at a time though. I have thrown all time related goals out the window at this point, I got tired of letting my self down and being disappointed in the progress. I go out when I can, I do what I can. Its getting there slow but sure. Thanks again man!
05-16-2019 08:30 AM
SRWillis
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Said I wasn’t going to do it but here I am slinging mud on the Bronco... BOV1
With all the amazing work you've done on BOV1 I don't see how you couldn't

I had missed this thread before somehow, but just went through most of it and Great work resurrecting this Bullnose neighbor I'm sure your son has picked up some valuable skills along the way too

Lookin' forward to seein' it back on the road, as I'm sure you and KJ are too!
05-14-2019 03:57 PM
MONGOMANN75





Transfer case has been resealed and Iím getting rid of the cancer from the tailgate.


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05-05-2019 11:30 PM
MONGOMANN75







The hitch and winch are bolted in! Located the winch controller as well! I am happy with the rear of the frame so far!



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04-29-2019 11:15 PM
MONGOMANN75







33 gallon fuel tank is installed!


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04-29-2019 09:22 AM
MONGOMANN75

The drive line is clean, need to change the out put seals and paint it!

Got the fuel tank all painted hope to install it this week!

Paint should be in today as well. Moving right along now.


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04-22-2019 09:58 PM
MONGOMANN75





#bov1 tub mud is done! Prime, wet sand, seal, and doors / fenders / hood. Paint and bed liner is ordered! Hopefully in color soon!


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04-19-2019 08:35 AM
MONGOMANN75



Filler is done on the passenger side!

I do believe I found the color and supplier for the paint as well!



Has anyone ever used TCP global products? Iím looking at the Hot Rod Flatz!


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