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Old 12-18-2004, 05:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Since I don't see a post here and the latest posts have brought out some purty rigs how about a thread dedicated to "rides"

I'll start but it isn't purty..

1963 Scout 80, currently all stock awaiting restoration and build up. Here is what it will get:

Engine/Cooling/Exhaust/Fuel System - HO 5.0 w/Northern aluminum radiator and spal electric fan, modified HO headers, mustang in-tank fuel pump in the toy EFI tank Engine has Saginaw steering pump, 180 amp 3G alternator, BBK air intake kit, FlowKooler hi-flow water pump, stainless rad hoses, Competition Cams Timing set, ARP bolts and studs, etc..
Drivetrain/Clutch - NP435/dual 23 spline toy tcases, TLC slave & MC
Suspension - front: wagoneer 44044 springs and 9012's, rear: wagonner springs and 5012's
Axles/Brakes - Front HP HD 44 w/6 lug outers and lock right, Rear disk (with ebrake calipers) 35 spline moser shafted HD D60
Interior - custom dash with autometer gauges.
Steering - hi-steer with GM stuff and toy IFS box.
Wheels/Tires - 15x10" mags with 37" MTR's.







http://www.rivercityrockcrawlers.com...albums/Scout80

Some interesting stuff..

- the body width is the exact same as my toyota - 66"
- length is approximately a foot shorter, actually as much as two depending on how I build the bumpers and my truck was shortened A LOT - when I took off the bed
- It is a 63, not too interesting till ya hear my jeep was a 53. Our bug is a 73, my truck is an 83, and my ZJ is a... 93
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Old 12-18-2004, 07:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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when i first got it....

73 Scout II
I-6 258ci, T-18, Dana 20
4" Rough Country lift springs
F/R Dana 44 4.27 r&p open
33x12.5-15 BFG MT's



6 months ago before current build-up started...

LT1 350ci, 700R4, Dana 300 twin stick
same suspension, tires and axles
kustom front and rear bumpers
warn 8000 on a kustom draw tight mount



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undergoing an SOA, high steer, "lockers", and misc other mods
give me about a week to finish her up and ill post the finished product up.
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Old 12-18-2004, 08:10 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Nice work LT1Scout!! Ill take somepics of mine tommorow in the day light. It could be the little brother to yours. My yellow is a little brighter I belive. You'rs is almost "school bus" yellow isnt it?
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Old 12-18-2004, 08:14 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Here's mine. Before the paint job and after. Also a pic of my current project.
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Old 12-18-2004, 08:18 PM   #5 (permalink)
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yes it is. as a matter of fact a school bus pulled up to me at a red light one day and looking down i couldnt tell where the top of my door stopped and where the school bus started.

i wish your scouts "big brother" was stroked also. i almost did it this summer while i had the engine out.
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Before


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Some of the buildup documented.
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Old 12-18-2004, 09:09 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Here's mine earlier this year at Hot Springs, AR:


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My 62 when I got it:

SBC350, Muncie 4 speed (M21) & D20.
SOA D27s
Sitting for 20 years.



Now:
SBC350, SM465, D18
Waggy 44s front & rear: Detroit & Spool, Discs x4.
YJ 2" or 4" springs (forget)
35" Pro-Comps
32 Gallon Fuel Cell
Auto-meter Gauges
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Old 12-18-2004, 11:18 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I'm getting ready to swap in a v-8, dovetail the rear. Cut my doors like SSII doors and boatside it. Maybe get some 40's
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Old 12-18-2004, 11:33 PM   #10 (permalink)
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My 76
before. This is the one that started it all for me and IH!
on 31's


After.
Now I have my 75 and the son joined the Navy and took my 76 with him to WA!
on 33's

On 35's

and on 37's


That about covers it.
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Old 12-19-2004, 01:59 AM   #11 (permalink)
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My daly driver 1978 345/727 dana 20 AC,PS,PB,tilt



my pickup all stock

304 T98 202 44sF/R



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Mine when I got it. Its stripped now, ready for the LT1 and the 60 front and 70 rear.

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bill usn-1: Thats a bitchin rig! nice work!

Mochamike: Im not a fan of fender trimming but you did an excelent job and it looks great!

Jason861: you park like I do..
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bill usn-1: Thats a bitchin rig! nice work!

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Thanks,
Which one.
I like both of them!!
And they only get better!
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Which one.
I like both of them!!
And they only get better!


I think I like the purple one the best but they're both sweet!


Here's mine. I dont have much time and I'm working on a college students budget but its coming along.





The 383. I pulled apart the TPI intake to install the adjustable regulator. Otherwise the intake/runners/plenum/rail was bought brand new in 1986 and never used. A buddy of mine gave it to me. it has been up in the rafters of his garage since '86.



This is just a shot of my front shock setup. you cant see it but I built shocks for dual shocks on each side.



I've still got a lot of wiring to do, get some drive shafts made and finish up the motor.



Heres whats done so far

383 w/ hydraulic roller cam
10.0:1 flat tops,
S/R torquers with 2.02/1.60's
Comp roller rockers
Affordable Fuel Injection computer/wiring harness
*if it helps anybody whos doing an SBC swap, the headers are from a 2wd 70's chevy pickup and are hooker comps. They fit great the way I have mine setup. I had to heat and move the pass side collector out a little to clear the front driveshaft but other than that, they fit and are a good set of long tubes to use.

th700r4 with all the beefiest parts I could find for it.

NP208-- When I blow it up Ill get a Dana 300 I think and advance-adapter-it in there.

F/R dana 44's SOA with 4.88's and lockers. Front is cut and turned with castor added. Rear is buggy leaf with traction bars. The leaf springs are re-arched scout II and I hate them because they are STIFF! I'll either pull a leaf out of them or go to a 44044 or something

The SOA destroyes any thought of decent steering geometry what-so-ever so Im on the lookout for some flat tops for a highsteer swap.
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havent had time to load before and after pics, and the death fangs are going once i get time to install the new springs ive got
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I think I like the purple one the best but they're both sweet!


Here's mine. I dont have much time and I'm working on a college students budget but its coming along.

The 383. I pulled apart the TPI intake to install the adjustable regulator. Otherwise the intake/runners/plenum/rail was bought brand new in 1986 and never used. A buddy of mine gave it to me. it has been up in the rafters of his garage since '86.
This is just a shot of my front shock setup. you cant see it but I built shocks for dual shocks on each side.
I've still got a lot of wiring to do, get some drive shafts made and finish up the motor.



Heres whats done so far

383 w/ hydraulic roller cam
10.0:1 flat tops,
S/R torquers with 2.02/1.60's
Comp roller rockers
Affordable Fuel Injection computer/wiring harness
*if it helps anybody whos doing an SBC swap, the headers are from a 2wd 70's chevy pickup and are hooker comps. They fit great the way I have mine setup. I had to heat and move the pass side collector out a little to clear the front driveshaft but other than that, they fit and are a good set of long tubes to use.

th700r4 with all the beefiest parts I could find for it.

NP208-- When I blow it up Ill get a Dana 300 I think and advance-adapter-it in there.

F/R dana 44's SOA with 4.88's and lockers. Front is cut and turned with castor added. Rear is buggy leaf with traction bars. The leaf springs are re-arched scout II and I hate them because they are STIFF! I'll either pull a leaf out of them or go to a 44044 or something

The SOA destroyes any thought of decent steering geometry what-so-ever so Im on the lookout for some flat tops for a highsteer swap.
Nice set up.
Better get another job so you can finish that thing!!
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we on dial-up thank you for the ginormous pics....
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A couple pics of mine. Mine is nowhere near as pretty as the rest of yours, but I wheel mine hard. One pics is just me posing on the edge of the forklift but I had 32" of air under the rear tire.

Here's the spec's

'80 Terra
392 .30 over comp rv cam and valve springs
76 1/2 F250 knuckles out on Scout 44 tube w/ hi steer (thanks Casey)
Moser short side/Yukon long side stock stubs OX joints
IH D60 FF rear narrowed to Scout width w/ Moser axles
4.88's detroits f/r
T-19 wide D20
Granite Motorsports roll cage
5 points w/ Corbeau baja's
35" Geolanders (soon to be 36" Iroks)

To-do list:
Lower gears possibly dual transfer cases but at least Jack Obrien 3.6:1
Different outers- tired of oddball brakes and axle shafts
sidearm lockbox
possibly bob the rear
hydro assist
rear shocks

Maybe someday I'll post some good pics of wheelin' instead of my poser crap.

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not on dial up....dont know why they are so friggin huge. did not mean it to be that way.
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not on dial up....dont know why they are so friggin huge. did not mean it to be that way.

because they're 1200x1600. google for a program called irfanview. its free and easy to use. once installed go to image, then resize/resample, make it 600x___ or so. then it wont fook up the whole thread.
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Thanks for the info. didn't mean to jack up the thread. fawkin newby!
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