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11/9/2017 10:41 AM

Spotted in the wild the other day. Built in Mexico from 99-01. Tailgate from a Caravan

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11/9/2017 11:22 AM

And only one ding.

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11/9/2017 11:28 AM

That has potential. 12v cool

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11/9/2017 11:43 AM

Pretty ugly but pretty cool at the same time

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11/9/2017 11:44 AM

Hut wrote:

That has potential. 12v cool

Thinking about doing a 12v conversion in one of my older fords

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11/9/2017 2:08 PM

JRT812 wrote:

Thinking about doing a 12v conversion in one of my older fords

I think that would be fun

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11/9/2017 2:40 PM

Hut wrote:

That has potential. 12v cool

As in V12?

This is a sweet V12 conversion........

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11/9/2017 3:20 PM

APLMAN99 wrote:

As in V12?

This is a sweet V12 conversion........

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I think one of those clanky, loud as hell diesel . They're loud as fuck but really bad ass.

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11/9/2017 3:26 PM

Hut wrote:

That has potential. 12v cool

APLMAN99 wrote:

As in V12?

This is a sweet V12 conversion........

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That is badass but I was thinking of the old P pump 5.9 12V Cummins cool

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11/9/2017 3:31 PM

Hut wrote:

That has potential. 12v cool

JRT812 wrote:

Thinking about doing a 12v conversion in one of my older fords

7.3 all the way. But I wouldn't put a 7.3 in my DODGE. Your crazy, bro.

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11/9/2017 3:32 PM

Anyone ever see a Ford Durango? 1980 or so they chopped off the Fairmont and made this atrocity. Seen a really clean low mile one at a local car show a couple years back. Definitely a WTF moment as I had never seen one before then.

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11/9/2017 3:40 PM

Is that a tailgate? Holy shit that guy is thinking how nice it will fit in the garage next to his Mustang II blink

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11/9/2017 4:40 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/9/2017 4:41 PM

Hut wrote:

That has potential. 12v cool

JRT812 wrote:

Thinking about doing a 12v conversion in one of my older fords

imoto34 wrote:

7.3 all the way. But I wouldn't put a 7.3 in my DODGE. Your crazy, bro.

Love the 7.3 but there is a reason the 5.9 is done more often. More plug and play than the 7.3. Not that it’s my intention, but cheaper to build up as well.

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11/9/2017 4:42 PM

newmann wrote:

Anyone ever see a Ford Durango? 1980 or so they chopped off the Fairmont and made this atrocity. Seen a really clean low mile one at a local car show a couple years back. Definitely a WTF moment as I had never seen one before then.

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Being a ford guy I wish I had not seen that.

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11/9/2017 4:50 PM

It's very similar looking (front end) to the 1980 fairmont i had back in the day. Still to this day,the biggest piece of crap i've owned , the drivers side door would sometimes come open during turns , I used all my sick time one winter because of break downs laughing good times.

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11/9/2017 4:51 PM

imoto34 wrote:

7.3 all the way. But I wouldn't put a 7.3 in my DODGE. Your crazy, bro.

Way more moving parts, less torque, maybe not start.... blink

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11/9/2017 4:52 PM

She isn't wearing a bra. whistling

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11/9/2017 4:54 PM

newmann wrote:

Anyone ever see a Ford Durango? 1980 or so they chopped off the Fairmont and made this atrocity. Seen a really clean low mile one at a local car show a couple years back. Definitely a WTF moment as I had never seen one before then.

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JRT812 wrote:

Being a ford guy I wish I had not seen that.

Kinda like walking into the bathroom and your dad is standing there in your mom's underwear, lipstick, and high heels. You will never get over this sort of thing.

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11/9/2017 4:56 PM

newmann wrote:

Anyone ever see a Ford Durango? 1980 or so they chopped off the Fairmont and made this atrocity. Seen a really clean low mile one at a local car show a couple years back. Definitely a WTF moment as I had never seen one before then.

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JRT812 wrote:

Being a ford guy I wish I had not seen that.

plowboy wrote:

Kinda like walking into the bathroom and your dad is standing there in your mom's underwear, lipstick, and high heels. You will never get over this sort of thing.

Interesting comparison haha and maybe on the same lines

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11/9/2017 4:57 PM

That sumbitch probably traded in his pinto wagon for that beauty!

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11/9/2017 4:58 PM

JRT812 wrote:

Thinking about doing a 12v conversion in one of my older fords

imoto34 wrote:

7.3 all the way. But I wouldn't put a 7.3 in my DODGE. Your crazy, bro.

Hut wrote:

Way more moving parts, less torque, maybe not start.... blink

The 7.3 was good and especially the IDI but I will admit there is a reason Cummins are at the pulls more often then a power stroke.

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11/9/2017 5:01 PM

JRT812 wrote:

Thinking about doing a 12v conversion in one of my older fords

imoto34 wrote:

7.3 all the way. But I wouldn't put a 7.3 in my DODGE. Your crazy, bro.

Hut wrote:

Way more moving parts, less torque, maybe not start.... blink

Maybe I am old school but a ford should not have a dodge in it etc. The F550 is rounding 700,000 miles on a untouched engine.

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11/9/2017 5:09 PM

imoto34 wrote:

7.3 all the way. But I wouldn't put a 7.3 in my DODGE. Your crazy, bro.

Hut wrote:

Way more moving parts, less torque, maybe not start.... blink

imoto34 wrote:

Maybe I am old school but a ford should not have a dodge in it etc. The F550 is rounding 700,000 miles on a untouched engine.

Ford used Cummins for a period as an option. Listen, hate it when Chevy performance is in a ford and i am the same as you. It’s acceptable with a Cummins though

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11/9/2017 5:13 PM

Hut wrote:

That sumbitch probably traded in his pinto wagon for that beauty!

And took it home and parked it right next to his four door, engineering marvel, Ford Maverick.

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11/9/2017 5:19 PM

Hut wrote:

Way more moving parts, less torque, maybe not start.... blink

imoto34 wrote:

Maybe I am old school but a ford should not have a dodge in it etc. The F550 is rounding 700,000 miles on a untouched engine.

JRT812 wrote:

Ford used Cummins for a period as an option. Listen, hate it when Chevy performance is in a ford and i am the same as you. It’s acceptable with a Cummins though

The C, L and F650/750 had options for either a cat 3126 or Cummins.

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11/9/2017 6:39 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/9/2017 6:40 PM

imoto34 wrote:

Maybe I am old school but a ford should not have a dodge in it etc. The F550 is rounding 700,000 miles on a untouched engine.

That's cool. Going for a Million? I was hoping to get a Million on my '06 Cummins but I will probably be dead first...lol I put 290K in first 11 years.
Our '14 F350 6.7 is awesome btw

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11/9/2017 7:23 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/9/2017 7:24 PM

Hut wrote:

Way more moving parts, less torque, maybe not start.... blink

imoto34 wrote:

Maybe I am old school but a ford should not have a dodge in it etc. The F550 is rounding 700,000 miles on a untouched engine.

Hut wrote:

That's cool. Going for a Million? I was hoping to get a Million on my '06 Cummins but I will probably be dead first...lol I put 290K in first 11 years.
Our '14 F350 6.7 is awesome btw

That is impressive. Not meaning to side track this thread, but I will admit my interest in the new Duramax.

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11/9/2017 10:10 PM

newmann wrote:

Spotted in the wild the other day. Built in Mexico from 99-01. Tailgate from a Caravan

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I remember seeing one of those about 10 years ago in Vegas. Walking down the street, I did a double take when it turned the corner by me. I thought it was a custom.

Did a little research and found out they were built for the Mexican market. Ram front end, Durango quarters, and caravan roof panel and tailgate. Pretty neat for a factory build.

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11/9/2017 10:58 PM

Tinted glass, maximum vato capacity, for those weekly drive by chootings.

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11/10/2017 4:44 AM

scooter5002 wrote:

Tinted glass, maximum vato capacity, for those weekly drive by chootings.

A tradition inspired by the early settlers called coo-chootings?

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