BangShift.com Half Ass Kustoms 1951 Ford Pickup Project: First Fire Of The LS, Trans Tunnel Fab, And More! Part 10
Here is Part 10 of the 1951 Ford Project. Finishing up the wiring, making this thing actually run, and then filling the giant hole in the floor that needs to cover the transmission. Plus all kinds of other little things. Making headway!
Brent at Half Ass Kustoms just finished up a cool 1937 Ford Pickup project and is jumping right into a new project as well. This one also happens to be a Ford, but it’s going to be quite a bit different than the previous one. This here is going to be LS swapped, but not just by stuffing one between the frame rails of this 1951 Ford truck. Nope, this time he’s not only doing an LS Swap but also a chassis swap! But what chassis is going to donate itself to the cause?
You’ll have to watch the video like the rest of us to find out, but rest assured this is going to be a cool project. If you are looking to see an ultra high-end project going together, you are in the wrong place. But if you want to see a guy put a truck together from top to bottom, using simple techniques and incredible work ethic, then this is the build for you. Brent is a machine, and by coming out to work on his projects nearly every night of the week, he gets a lot done in a very short period of time compared to most of us.
Check it out, be inspired, and let us know what you think of this new Half Ass Kustoms project.
In this video we make adapters for the gauges, install the battery and pcm mount, start the ls for the first time, adapt the LS power steering to the S10 power steering box, modify the stock F1 seat and build a custom tunnel and floor patches for the F1 pickup.