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Who made the best truck in the 80's and maybe late 70's?
I like the look of older trucks similar to the Chevy pictured. They look tougher and more simple than newer trucks.
I don't know much about vehicles, but I am trying to decide on a truck to buy. Who made the best one in that era? Chevy, Ford, Dodge?
Or should i just get a new truck (late 90's, early 00's)?
I'm just looking for something tough, long-lasting, durable, reliable, etc. It needs to be able to do some basic work expected from a truck but nothing specific or too serious. It will be a daily driver and a work horse.
What is /o/'s opinion?
No power at work
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No air compressor.
No garage doors
No Mitchell On Demand
No electrical diagrams for anything.
No diagnostic flow charts.
No electrical component location
So, '10 mustang is fucking up.
No lights, no radio, no indicators, no power windows, no power locks, dash full of warning lights, every module but the ECM and TCM full of DTCs, no comm with the GEM, don't have the car's manual so I can see what fuse does what (fucking ford and their numbered fuse blocks) and no burnt fuses anyway.
Fuck that shit, go home.
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im thinking about building a rat rod, anyone have experience? i have access to a lift and all the tools ill need (including a machine shop). what would a good chassis to start with be? i was thinking about picking up a 60's jeep CJ ripping the 4x4 out of it and putting it on the ground, and possibly putting a 12v cummins in it if i can, if thats not a viable option i will probably go with a big block chev motor, ive seen alot of people using old dodge front axles in rat projects, is there a reason for this? any tips would be appreciated
>pic sort of related