1967 Dodge D100

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I have actually been debating their setup. But that's a ton of $ that can be spent on other things.

It's the age old story of money vs time.

I don't have a PCM or harness so I would have to get those and then spend the time to thin the harness and all that, and I just really don't want to do it again. LOL. It's not hard, but for me I have to be super-methodical when doing it and it's just time I don't have.
 

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It's the age old story of money vs time.

I don't have a PCM or harness so I would have to get those and then spend the time to thin the harness and all that, and I just really don't want to do it again. LOL. It's not hard, but for me I have to be super-methodical when doing it and it's just time I don't have.
and i have both the harness, and PCM I got from James(@Wh4t3v3rs). I need to finish mating it with the OEM 95 engine side harness.
 

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Welp, brake line is made and installed. Took me a few times to get the hang of the flare tool.

I have 1 brake now. You have to stand on it about as hard as you can for anything to happen and then that one wheel locks up. You can stop, but you have to really want to. LOL. It's a manual though, downshift helps a lot.

Time for a cold snack.
 

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In my memory, the Warlock was pretty much a L'il Red Express, but painted green. It had the same wood bed extensions, stack exhaust, and gold wheels.
Warlocks came in several color combo's. I thought Warlocks were the 4x4 sister to The Red truck. At least all of them I saw were 4x4. But, I grew up in northern Ohio, so I can't speak what was shipped to the south. I just remember them hitting the lots just in time for a recession, high fuel prices and the first of Chrysler's many financial debacles. They sat on the lots almost as long as the wing cars.

But, they were really cool looking!
 

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I remember for sure that the red truck was a L'il Red Express, I remember for sure that the green truck looked exactly like it, and I remember for sure wood bed sides and stacks. Other than that, it's been over forty years. I have no clue if either truck was 4x4 - I was probably 7 at the time.
 

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I remember for sure that the red truck was a L'il Red Express, I remember for sure that the green truck looked exactly like it, and I remember for sure wood bed sides and stacks. Other than that, it's been over forty years. I have no clue if either truck was 4x4 - I was probably 7 at the time.
Lol, I was just few years ahead of you. I guess I could google it for a definitive answer, but, trying to recall triggers some good related memories.
 

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