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dontknowitall

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dontknowitall last won the day on March 19 2016

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About dontknowitall

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    Guru, have been a long time contributor
  • Birthday 11/14/1953

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    Male
  • Location
    Nowra NSW 2541 Australia
  • Interests
    restoration
  • My Project Cars
    1950 dodge Fargo B2B 1/2 ton ute

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    retired panelbeater

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    nowra nsw australia
  • Interests
    restoring

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  1. hi folk.. got just as frustrated but found the following solution . my fuel tank conversion using a cheap Nissan navara tank http://p15-d24.com/topic/34230-nissan-navara-fuel-tank-to-fit-dodge-b2b/#entry345539
  2. Yes, was there in the rain!..will have it also in the Nowra show this sat..
  3. U can use it two way..either a long- arm over the whole length, it will fit it..or box it of on one side for sidearm or money and the other side for longer items.
  4. Here is my Fargo.. http://p15-d24.com/topic/40197-on-the-road-again-project-finished/# http://p15-d24.com/topic/40197-on-the-road-again-project-finished/#
  5. looks like an exciting project! So jealous..you guys have all the fun! plenty of cars and the space! If I could do it all over again (62 now and migrated in 1974 to NZ and then AU) I would have migrated to the USA !
  6. That's exactly were it is for, when I go to the range while transporting I have to have it secured by law.
  7. all on Historic Rego, the new 60 day trail..great stuff!
  8. I have an original radio but not built in, instead I bought JBL Bluetooth speaker and stream an oldies radio station through it. So I have not only music in the truck but also mobile phone is answered hansfree! Any one interested my radio is for sale..
  9. yes that is what I will use too, at the moment I needed some locked storage so this worked great
  10. anyone else done this? instead of having to lift the seat i made compartments under the seat.. not finished so it looks a bit ruff..
  11. Well it took in time around 2 years but this was stretched out over 4-5 years as I also restored a 1965 safari valiant for my son..
  12. Here you are JBNeal eat your heart out! my resto took a bit of effort..
  13. Some more pics.. would not have been able to complete this restoration without the help from this forum! many thanks
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