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Mlarky's toy
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Posted January 25th 2012 9:10 am
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1992 Dodge B250
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#532955 - January 25th 2012 9:13 am Re: Mlarky's toy [Re: mlarky]
mlarky Offline
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Registered: March 25th 2010 5:12 pm
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Loc: Pipe Creek Tx ( North of San A...
Gotta start somewhere...'92 Dodge B250, V6, all power, cold a/c ( a MUST in Texas), 106,000 original miles, runs great, starts right up, $2000. More photos soon.

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#532962 - January 25th 2012 9:37 am Re: Mlarky's toy [Re: mlarky]
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Looks nice. I like the color.
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#532967 - January 25th 2012 10:10 am Re: Mlarky's toy [Re: mlarky]
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great score smile good luck with it cheers

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#533062 - January 25th 2012 4:17 pm Re: Mlarky's toy [Re: mlarky]
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Not bad!
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#533183 - January 25th 2012 11:55 pm Re: Mlarky's toy [Re: mlarky]
Uncle_Fester Offline
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Registered: May 26th 2007 10:41 pm
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Looks to be a GREAT start. . . . what are the plans?
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#533581 - January 27th 2012 8:09 am Re: Mlarky's toy [Re: mlarky]
mlarky Offline
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Registered: March 25th 2010 5:12 pm
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Loc: Pipe Creek Tx ( North of San A...
The plans for my machine, you ask? For starters some Chrome wheels and wider tires, a sunvisor, air dam, Hood scoop, looking into an earlier model dual headlight set up (85-ish?), with tube grille. I doubt I will keep the rear door tire holder if I can figure a way to avoid putting the spare inside. I'm not sure about the ladder and roof rack, but leaning towards removing them for a cleaner look. Looking into possibilities for different tail light set up. Always loved the Tbirds and Cougars with their sequential turn signals, trying to find some way to incorporate that into the rear lights. Headed to the local Pick N Pull this weekend for ideas. Another possibility is a 70's GM bumper with the tail lights built in. Saw one on a van several years ago, a cool look! Haven't totally made up my mind on the tail light stuff. The rest of the outside plans are set in stone. Just gotta find the right pieces, for the look I have in mind. Then a 2 stage clear coat repaint the blue with lighter blue fogged in panel design.
As for the inside...redo the interior with Denim, with lots of pockets all over. Use some new denim and some old jeans combined for a theme, denim cutains. As for the seats, they will get covered in naugahyde with demnim inserts (a concept inspired by the Coke Denim Machine of the 70's). The dash will see some wood trim to match the wood trim in the rest of the inside. I want T-shaped over head console for the stereo and CB, along with some switches, GPS, radar detector, etc. Where the stereo normally goes, will be the place for more guages (trans temp, vacuum, etc). For the drive train, a cold air kit, a separate trans cooler, shift kit, researching if I can switch to an overdrive trans for the 3.9 V6. I don't know why Dodge didn't on these. V8's got an AOD. I'm still researching the exhaust system possibilites, probaly keep it quiet but less restrictive. Never got into the sound of duals on V6's. Now if this had been a V8, duals or side pipes would be part of the build. ( looked for a V8 van, This one I got was the best condition and best deal I found after months of looking, could always swap in a V8 later). Now to get some more pics loaded....

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#534194 - January 28th 2012 8:18 pm Re: Mlarky's toy [Re: mlarky]
Uncle_Fester Offline
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Registered: May 26th 2007 10:41 pm
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Loc: On Route 66 in Bethany Oklahom...
I was looking at a late 90s Dodge van a bit ago, and its OD was a button on the dash, was NOT on the shifter. . . .
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#534797 - January 31st 2012 1:52 am Re: Mlarky's toy [Re: mlarky]
draggnastro Offline
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Registered: May 09th 2006 12:00 pm
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Loc: Springfield, Illinois
most of the fullsize dodge vans with the 3.9 didnt have an o.d. I dont know for sure, but i believe the bellhousing is the same from the 3.9 to the 318/360, so i dont know why an od trans wouldnt go behind it, look for a late 80's non computer controlled one maybe? Im sure someone with more experience can comment.
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#535514 - February 01st 2012 10:15 pm Re: Mlarky's toy [Re: mlarky]
mlarky Offline
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Registered: March 25th 2010 5:12 pm
Posts: 239
Loc: Pipe Creek Tx ( North of San A...
Gonna research that AOD conversion possbility for the 3.9. From what I've learned thus far, the 3.9 is supposed to be a 5.2 with the front 2 cylinders cut off, I would assume it is the same dimensions as the 5.2. If it's do-able I will make it part of my plan. Let y'all know what I find out.

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