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    Article: The Fordubishi


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    nova scotia
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    1988 Dodge Ram 50
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    Dang... that is pure beauty...

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    1994 Mitsubishi Mighty Max
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    4G64
    INDEED.. I want a first gen

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    1979 Plymouth Arrow Truck
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    I enjoyed looking at the pictures of your great looking truck. I have a 79 Arrow pickup and installed a Ford 302 with a T-5 speed manual trans. I have owned it since 1980 and try to improve it each year. Nothing like your beauty but still a lot of fun. I just purchased a Power Brute rear diff for it but have not installed it yet. It will be a good winter project.

    Maurice

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    1994 Mitsubishi Mighty Max
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    Is this thing for sale?

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    1989 Mitsubishi Mighty Max
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    G54B
    All i can say is wow, its immaculate!

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    If you're still keeping up on this hit me up... Just picked up an 87 auto looking to do something similar... Specifically about engine/tranny mount and the 5 lug conversion... Thanks

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