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Goldie Driver

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It’s a 75 Powerwagon
360, supposed to run
Needs plenty of work for sure.
Not sure yet what to do with it…lol
LOL- from past experience on those year trucks fix the electrical system. :anitoof:

I like them, though, and a Phillips screwdriver and a 1/2 inch wrench will disassemble most of the truck.

:dogpile:
 
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HotWheelsBurban

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LOL- from past experience on those year trucks fix the electrical system. :anitoof:

I like them, though, and a Phillips screwdriver and a 1/2 inch wrench will disassemble most of the truck.

:dogpile:
And keep a spare ballast resistor in the glovebox.... maybe a spare module too.
 

squaredeal91

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LOL- from past experience on those year trucks fix the electrical system. :anitoof:

I like them, though, and a Phillips screwdriver and a 1/2 inch wrench will disassemble most of the truck.

:dogpile:
Yeah everything runs through amp gauge and they fry! I'm sure there's a much better way to do it lol
 

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