ANOTHER TRUCK FIRE

On May 2, 2015, Tim White of the Arizona Fat Fendered Ford group had a bit of a fire problem and his truck was burned pretty badly for reasons unknown. After the insurance looks at it he will try to diagnose the cause. However it goes down the repairs will likely be long and expensive. The question of my attendance at the F-100 Western Nationals this year has been pretty much decided for him.

The fire was actually within the air filters in the Inglese Induction

The fire was actually within the air filters in the Inglese Induction

Hood paint damage

Hood paint damage

Interior damage was minor but lots of smoke damage

Interior damage was minor but lots of smoke damage

Tim doesn’t think it was a fuel leak per se. As it burned the fire was actually in the air filters. They were K&N filters that recommend using filter oil which possibly added to the problem, but the real damage was inside of the rear carb on the passenger side. Tim has already talked to his bodywork guru and he is willing to do the repair work at his house and Jim at Inglese Induction Systems is on board about replacing or repairing the carbs. Now it’s all about payout from the insurance and that is probably the scariest part…we’ll see.

AS OF 5/19/2015: The insurance company covered the damage and Tim expects to receive the check real soon. The engine has been partially disassembled and cleaned out. All of the aluminum IE carbs, valve covers, intake manifold has been cleaned and re-polished. When some small parts arrive and the paint has been repaired on the cowl and firewall the engine can reassembled and fired. A guy who used to work for him as a painter has agreed to paint everything at his shop for whatever the insurance will pay. The hood will be repaired, top and bottom, at his shop. He will probably remove the upper a-arms to facilitate repainting the frame rails and will have them chromed while it’s apart. He ordered new carpet so that can be repaired concurrent with the other stuff. Other than that, it’s been easy.

Tim White has been a contributor to the F-100 Western Nationals program. Hopefully we will see him on our cross country run to Tennessee in 2016.

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