It's cool Joe, no rush. It's kinda like a belated birthday present, just keeps the fun going that much longer. :toothlessdsotmoon said:i am still trying to recuperate from the drive (back spasms) and the great night so I'll have to upload my pics tommorow sometime,
Aww, you're welcome. I'm glad it worked out where you could join us.I would like to thank Mel for staying on my ass and encouraging me to come and also for taking the time to plan it out and hook me up with dinner & drinks, your the bestest
I don't know what it is about that rusty POS, but everybody loves it. :shrugalso for the cool ride to the grill in the redneck limo
Hahha, yeah, but only cause it was my idea. His brother's neighbor has two '66 F100s I found out about and I've been jumping up and down since he told me about them. We went up there and got the bender and checked out the trucks, which I'm working on bringing home. :chili:did Dale make it out this morning to get his bender? :toothless
Yeah, I think that'll kick ass. :rockon I can help plan and prepare the food as well. Sorry you didn't make it John, but they'll be more. We need to get together sometime and get this dash pad to ya. Actually there's a fella that's coming down to get my seats and console on like the 12th or 13th of Feb. We could all get together then.Dawg Bones said:......my deck will need some parties to break it in. Any volunteers?
Sweet, hey Mike! Glad you joined the site. I just assumed it was a '78 because of the square headlights and XLT badge.MossyOak Mudslinger said:Thanks for posting the pictures and yes you did get my name correct. However my Bronco is a 79 and my brother (bright as green) is Rick in an 82.