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The Smurf a 1964 GMC Truck

Gas tank and Steering Cloumn
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Well the factory camaro column did not work so hot... So I am going with an ididit column I picked up from summit racing. Will get some pictures posted of it soon.

Since the factory camaro column didnt work like I had intended it too I got the ididit column you see below and a grant mahogany steering wheel. I still have to get it aligned properly with the steering gear box on the truck frame. After the engine compartment is finished out and detailed I will be tackling this and the interior next up.

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Below are some pictures of the tpi gauges I am using in the truck. Will be posting more pictures of the gauges and panel installation here very soon. Mainly waiting on electrical harness stuff to get to my door atm.lol

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The picture below gives you and idea how the 67-72 truck wiring harness from painless worked out. I couldn't put it near the factory location as I had hoped. B\Where it is now works out much much better. I am very pleased with how it is turning out. I will be getting after the underdash section with wire loom to detail it out here in the next few week :D. Also have to get the windshield wipers reassemebled and bolted back in place.

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The monstrosity below is for all intents and purposes my answer to the 4.56 gas guzzler question lol. Also my wife will be on the troad here in a few more years and this tanks will definitely make gasing up expensive but less frequent. tThe tank came for a mack truck and I am working on getting feul lines together to mate it to the tpi engine.

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