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Here is a 87 Ford CrewCab CTD that I just started on.Truck was used by a well drilling out fit in the mid west.The 7.3 took a dump ,so a 92 Bluebild bus was bought for the Cummins .

Here are a few pics to look at.I will add more pics as I go.

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Cool, I love Cummins powered Fords..
 

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man you just keep knocking them out kinda like an assembly line. wish i had some of that knowledge when its my turn.
Well,after you do 12 or so conversion,and working around the Cummins engine things just flow.

I will say , I will let everyone catch up a bit ,the assembly line will be down until late Aug .I'm building the shop here at the house .The next conversion will be the 81 Toyota .

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81 toyota what? i've got a 94 4runner I thought about putting a 4bt in, just not sure if the suspension can handle the weight. its 2wd, which is a 4wd without the front diff and axles. whatcha thinki?
 

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And where do you buy a bluebird bus at?
They can be found just about any where, they don't stay in service long up north do to road salt .The main thing they are not drop in engines .


1. they have bigger oil pan ( need to be replaced )
2. they have a lot of junk that needs to be taken off due to bus .
3. they have different injection pump parts .
4. find a way to get them home .
5. have a lot of scrap just to get the engine.
 
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