Mine are limited too, and without photos, but it was a 1976 Ford F-250 Supercab with a 360 cubic inch crate motor installed after the old 360 blew up. Four speed with a crawling first gear with lockout, and 38" tires that were stretched over 14" white steelies. It looked bad ass. Black, and rust free. As in, the rust came with the truck, free of charge. By the time it was carted away by a new owner, two cab supports were almost gone, the rear cab wall was no longer attached to the floor for about a foot in the middle, and the tailgate was pretty much useless. But it never left me stranded anywhere, and was a blast to drive. I miss it...
"We're not the public service of Canada, we're not just another department. We are the Canadian Forces, and our job is to be able to kill people." -Gen. Rick Hillier
Through the mud and the blood to the green field beyond.