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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Dec 4th, 11, 08:26 AM Thread Starter
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67 international c1100

I have a 67 c 1100 straight 6 numbers matching ,plan to restore would it be worth keeping original ,or should I just hot rod it ?. How hard would it be to put a chev v8, would I have to change rear end or would it hold 350 to 400 hp?, don't know what kind of rear end they come with.
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Thanks everett. I paid 400 bucks the owner had started to restore , gave me all the receipts from day one he was original owner 80 k miles all the old timers call the engine a peay thrasher it runs like a sewing machine ( very quiet )
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So should I keep it original or chop it up . Don't want to miss lead anyone, it's not perfect by no means but it's a very solid truck.
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It's a cool truck but it's an ugly truck that would not be easy to make into a cool street ride. I'd restore it stock in appearance and only upgrade the drivetrain if you can't get what you need out the stock drivetrain. How do you plan to use the truck? Work, weekend driver or doing shows?

Just me, I'll spend a lot longer milling over an old truck like that restored 100% stock than one that is modified but if I owned it I'd want to be able to use it. Meaning good braking, good suspension and enough power to haul a load and get me home at the end of the day.

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I thought about using it for selling my blueberries , I have a huge patch 90+ bushes , I sell them at local farmers market, so it would be my blueberry buggy: just something cool
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I thought about using it for selling my blueberries , I have a huge patch 90+ bushes , I sell them at local farmers market, so it would be my blueberry buggy: just something cool
JMO here, keep it stock looking, the farmers market crowd will be more attracted to it. When you sell berries display the truck like it's at a car show, hood up looking factory fresh etc. It will draw folks to your produce. Think '60s signage and you'll be all set!

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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old Dec 5th, 11, 02:12 AM Thread Starter
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The tough part, finding parts, everything works on it , lights ,heater, radio etc., where I got lucky is the grill and reverse lenses ( glass) are mint
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