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Richard P
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Well, If I didnt post it, remember my truck I bought last year? if not..


welll......

















that was a money loss. But, I ended making a business investment with my current vehicle, heres what it looked like when i bought it last april down south..




Well, It Looked like crap, the back was rusty, the front was plain. interior, bland. But it was making money immediately. It was a basic 2000/2007 F350 built from impounded/abandoned trucks from the Toronto Area. It had power locks, power windows, power seats, power mirrors, heated with signals and park lights in led. it had a 7.3 in it to replace the crappy 6.0l motor, Indash DVD with play station hook ups. It had a D&D wrecker body, with crappy incandessant tail/marker and magnetic lights and 58" MX7000 lightbar.

Anyway, the plain looking truck got to me after a few days, I cleaned the rust and began painting and accessorising. I removed the decals, added hood scoops (functional too, one leads to cold air intake)



this:


to this:



I had also added crappy LED tail lights and some neat LED side marker lights

more painting:






I Built a 69" 16 strobe turboflash lightbar out of 4 other lights, real sharp looking.

I later painted my grill and added Whelen TIR3 Grill Strobes, put in my Federal Signal Viper S2 windsheild strobe and Whelen Talon LED strobes in other windows.



I finished some more painting (If you havent yet noticed, all colors are of my current/past vehicles)


I later got a neat idea to kill that dull interior... its a love hate thing like the gold paint, but so far everyone in town likes the interior work.


I painted the little things, my vents, lighters, PTO Pump switch and guage etc.



I added HID headlights, cost a bit, but worth it



I added chrome plates around the back lights, bought better Tail lights and added amber strobes


I also added a sunroof and custom smoked out white LED cab lights




I added a pushbar with Federal Signal Impaxx LED strobes to the side, I removed the foglights though, they were too much.



I added a second Viper strobe:


Also added LED park light bulbs, the truck is 100% LED now. more updates will come, got more stuff done, new light abr, the turbo flash died and I added a Siren, a Code 3 Undercover Siren, model 3050 lol
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wannagoodcar
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Hey man! Havent seen you in ages. Anyho, that tucks a beauty. If I crash, I wanna be towed in that Shocked
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Americans & Canadians are the only people I know that bother extensively customizing work trucks... nevertheless, looks clean, good job Cool
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Ricey.
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Still needs some rims and tires Smile it looks decent
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Richard P
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Jason wrote:
Still needs some rims and tires Smile it looks decent


Im no fan of after market rims, but even if I was, no one makes rims that can handle 5000 lbs or more.

thanks for the comments guys, more pics too come when im not busy or drunk haha. theres a few updates, but cant think of them at the moment. I just finished a tow cal with it (after 4 beers at my bar) for a girl with a bunch of other girls and 2 guys (theycalled for the guys) i never say no to a truck full of girls, they love the truck lmao. i drank a handfull of hand sanitizer to avoid cop suspicion, a new low hahah my mouth burns and is cold at the same time haha
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Richard P
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Ok! Update Time!

I bought a snowplow, tossed it on, just to make a few extra bucks. I finally got the siren hooked up ( a Code 3 Undercover sired model 30-50) so that big speaker on the pushbar actually does somethihg (pretty much for the air horn feature).



video of the lighting and siren
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QyBeEPvbkc
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Sounds and looks cool!
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