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BillJJacob

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BillJJacobs,

WOOWWW!!!

Welcome to the forum.

And what a beautiful truck.  MAN, all the right touches.

Dropped with a bit of attitude, rear bed done tastefully but with pazazz (rear fuel filler in the bed), under the hood what looks like a six pack (is it mechanical or electric?) and on the interior, it looks like high back bucket seats.

A complete package, well executed and nicely finished.

All that info conveyed in only four pictures.  Yeah, you gonna fit in real well here.

again, welcome

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BillJJacob

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Thanks so much for the complement on my truck "The Pearl" The engine is a 350 CI GM Performance Plus engine with Inglese 8 stack Electronic Fuel Injection. It is very difficult to see the last two stacks because the firewall is recessed 4 inches and the last two stacks sit under the top of the firewall.

Just finished all the mechanicals on the truck early this year. Now it time to drive it. Street Rod Nationals in two weeks, then the Street Rodder Road Tour to Bowling Green.

Our trip has a stop at Rattletrap Productions and the Gearz Shop and Set. Looking forward to seeing that, Meeting Stacy and his Wife and just having fun doing car things. Looks like a great forum, look forward to chatting with everyone.

Bill
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That pearl is a diamond. I do love white pearl paint. There are touches that many would not notice. Like that you narrowed some boards to get the fuel fill in the center of a board right where the bed strip should go. Nicely executed. Your trip sounds like a well deserved break after such a build. As Jim said, Welcome aboard.
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