When I bought the F100, it was in poor condition and the previous owners had left me a lot of work to do.
It’s still a long way to go, but it’s fun, even if there are setbacks sometimes. It drives and I can restore everything piece by piece.
Every hour of work brings me closer to my goal.
Finding the right door closing mechanism for the rear doors here in Germany will be a challenge.
If anyone has any ideas…
At the moment, I’ve re-routed the wiring. I converted from positive ground back to negative ground, brought the lighting back to its original state, replaced the Bowden cables, and re-installed all the rubber seals in the cab.
The next jobs are the instrument panel, gauges, water pumps, ignition, bodywork, and an engine restoration.
The 239 ci needs a bit of attention, even if it starts and runs without grumbling.
All the seals will also be replaced at the same time.
The Ford will accompany me into the future, and I will be happy to devote a lot of my time to it.