Gallery-Page #2 - George Vaughn's Project Truck '67 F-100 - Contains 129 items. Last changed on Apr 22, 2009.

Right front headlight and parking light assemblies have been installed. Photo taken June 28, 2004.

A better shot of the chrome door edge trim. NICE TOUCH!!!! Photo taken June 28, 2004.

Gas tank has been set back in place. Photo taken June 28, 2004.

Steering column with new black steering wheel, dash pad and brake pedal assembly have been installed. Photo taken June 28, 2004.

Cargo light taken from a 1967 Ford ranger has been installed. Light was complete with harness and dash switch. Photo taken June 28, 2004.

A shot taken from rear of cab showing both doors have been installed. Photo taken June 28, 2004.

Right profile of cab. Photo taken on June 28, 2004.

Grill has been installed straight and true and shines like a silver dollar. Great paint job. Photo taken on June 28, 2004.

A close-up shot of the steering column and the new steering wheel. Photo taken June 28, 2004.

Power brake booster and master cylinder have been installed. Photo taken June 28, 2004.

The Spare Tire Mount has been cleaned and prepped and primered and ready for painting. Photo taken on June 28, 2004.

Restoration Specialist Nate Sr. begins work on the vent windows. Photo taken on June 28, 2004

Inside cab photo showing a more completed look. It's beginning to look like a truck again. Photo taken June 28, 2004

Truck is beginning to have a more finished look. Photo taken June 28, 2004.

Taken on June 30, 2004

The new headliner and chrome trim are in and it looks great.

Another shot of the new headliner and chrome trim.

The original rear window glass was installed along with a set of original stainless steel trim from a '67 Ford F-100 I purchased over eBay. Photo taken July 28, 2004.

A new "tinted" and "shaded" front windshield has been installed along with an original set of stainless steel trim taken from a '67 Ford F-100 purchased over eBay. Photo taken July 28, 2004.

My granddaughters Ariel and Adeline visiting from Kentucky take time out to visit the restoration shop to check on the progress of the truck on August 2 2004.

The truck with cab on frame being delivered by Wilson's Body Shop to my garage so me and Dad can install the original engine. Photo taken August 18, 2004.

Dad has the original engine fresh from Joey's Automotive & Machine Shop that's been converted from a 240 to a 300 cubic inch and ready to install. Photo taken 08-18-04.

This is a beauty. Can't wait to get this puppy purrin'.

The original 240CI engine has been converted to 300CI, rebuilt top to bottom and ready to be set in the truck. Photo taken on August 18, 2004.

The new rebuilt engine sitting ready to be installed in the truck. Photo taken August 18, 2004.

The new engine is lifted in the garage and will be readied for placement in the truck. Photo taken August 18, 2004.

Engine held by chain hoist. Looking at engine from intake-exhaust side of engine. Photo taken August 18, 2004.

Engine held by chain hoist. Looking at the left side of the engine. Photo taken August 18, 2004.

Wilson's Body Shop delivering the truck minus the bed back to my garage on August 18, 2004 where Dad and I (that's us in the photo) will put the engine and transmission in the truck.

My good friend Fred helping get parts ready to place back on the engine and around the engine compartment. Photo taken 08-20-04.

My good friend Fred buffing off the power steering pump and helping get parts ready to place back on the engine and around the engine compartment. Photo taken 08-20-04.

I repainted the newly rebuilt engine. The machine shop had painted it the old Ford Blue which was a real dark blue but I chose the new Ford blue which is lighter and brighter and works better with the paint scheme of the truck. photo taken 08-20-04.

Dad's doing some work around the intake. Photo taken 08-19-04.

We used degreaser and Gunk and wire brushes and buffed the transmission down to the metal. There is no paint on it. This will allow it to run cooler. Photo taken 08-21-04.

The transmission has been set back in place. The wood and wire in front was used to keep the bell housing in place to keep it from slipping forward. Photo taken 08-24-04.

Dad is standing by the engine. We have it hooked up the the hoist and ready to lift and then lowered into the engine compartment. Photo taken 08-27-04.

Engine is being lifted and truck rolled into place. Photo taken 08-27-04.

Dad is standing by as the engine is being lowered into the engine compartment. Photo taken 08-27-04.

Truck has been rolled into position and engine is being lowered into engine compartment. Photo taken 08-27-04.