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A Look Inside our Stable

What Happens to Old Project Trucks?

A Look Inside our Stable
Posted August 7 2008 02:38 PM by DanWard-Editor 
Filed under: Opinions, Observations, Ford, Blessings and Beatings

Ford SuperCrew Project Sinatra

I was asked the other day "What happens to all those cool trucks you guys build-up in the magazine?" Here is a sneak peek-

'07 Chevy Tahoe
Chevy S-10
honda element
Ford F-350 dually
steve's boat
Chevy 2500 hd
Silverado and boat
Ford Econoline Big-E

Not all of the trucks we build-up are our trucks. Most of them are from manufacturers, but over the years we have been fortunate enough to keep a couple.
Currently, we have have 6 trucks in the stable:

Steve has a '99 Lightning, '06 Ford F-150, lifted '07 Chevy Silverado and boat, lifted '08 Ford F-350 dually and has had a lifted '05 Chevy Silverado 25000HD 4x4 and boat (sold), lifted '03 Dodge Ram and boat (sold), did a '07 Chevy Tahoe for Airaid (returned to Airaid)

Bob has our Project Big-E lifted '03 Ford E-350 Van

Dan is driving the lowered '01 Ford Super Crew aka. Project Sintara and has built Project Vindication a 'bagged '01 Chevy S-10 (sold it) and a lowered '03 Honda Element (donated it to a local High School shop)

In the stable but unable to be drive: Project Super Stunner-our '05 Chevy SSR that Chevy won't let us drive on any public streets

RIP: Element and Sequioa (Toyota wanted it back after 5 years)

Some truck have faired better than others, for example, the Lightning's wheels are beat and faded, the grille is rusting, both foglights are broken, and the truck's been broken into, so there's no radio.
Project Sinatra came about because the SuperCrew had been neglected for years and the truck needed a transformation.
Most of the trucks still run and look great after all this time.
Check back, we're sure to be adding some trucks to our stable soon.

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