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Old 11-11-2010, 06:39 AM   #29
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we have a 50 F1 thats a fun drive



an out 60's v dubb street and off road
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Old 11-11-2010, 06:29 PM   #30
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How about this?



1923 Model T Touring Car. And while much of it is "replica," it's actually quite an old car. It was started in the 60's in Tex Smith's shop, according to my friend Norm Grabowski. (Look those names up!)
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Old 11-15-2010, 09:18 PM   #31
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Ed, I used to have a 1952 Ford 3/4T as a daily driver back in the early 70's. Flathead V8, 4 speed. Good dependable truck.
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Old 11-15-2010, 09:56 PM   #32
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Old 11-16-2010, 12:00 AM   #33
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Ed, I used to have a 1952 Ford 3/4T as a daily driver back in the early 70's. Flathead V8, 4 speed. Good dependable truck.
When I was a kid I also drove a 50 ford f1 to college about 30 miles each way and to work as a daily driver and in that part of Los Angeles (North Hollywood) there where very few trucks, cars were the thing, so when I went to my first car show and saw some trucks like I use to have I went home and made a search for one to upgrade for a driver. Have many more since and next trying to get going on a 53 chevy AD on an S10 frame v8 with a explorer rearend have all the parts need to get other projects out of the way. ED
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Old 11-16-2010, 12:17 AM   #34
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I bought my 33 Ford when I was in High School in 1953. In 1956 I restored the body and built a 276cu in Flathead that ran in the mid 13's. I also showed the car and was in a number of magazines in the 60's. It was also in the movies but the biggest one was Bye Bye Birdie. In 1970 I built a 302 Chevy engine with a M22 Muncie behind it. I have owned the car for 57 years and occasionally still show it. It's still fast !!!
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Old 11-16-2010, 12:43 AM   #35
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Yes,it's cool. No, you can't drive them.

We have a 70 Malibu. White with black vinyl top and black stripes. Black interior with factoy bucket seats, console, A/C, power steering and brakes, 350/350 400 HP, and cragar ss wheels, suspension upgrades. Also, we have a 72 El Camino with all the same colors and equipment except it doesn't have a vinyl top.
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Old 11-16-2010, 08:58 AM   #36
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1941 Chev Special Deluxe restored . Did it all @ home. Blasted the body in the drive ,we had a great beach for about a week
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Old 11-16-2010, 12:28 PM   #38
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Here's my restored '70 Caddy convertible Coupe De Ville - sold it before moving up here to eastern Oregon, no room to properly store it, but wish I still had it - a neat old survivor:


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I guess my '31 DeLuxe 'A' roadster would qualify then, if we indeed have wandered into the street rods as well.

Small block Ford power. IFS, 4 wheel disc brakes, 9" Ford diff, C4 auto, etc, etc





It was just finished and licensed in July, tho I am still working through a few pains so have very few miles on it so far
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i have a 1947 chrysler newyorker, just picked up for my son's and i as a hotrod project. allready setup with 350 chevy. i figured it would give the boy's and i something to work on together. thanks seahawk108 will post pics later
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This is our 1984 Classic Tiffany. It is the first ''classic car'' we bought. We have Haggerty insurance on it and the only restriction is that I can not drive it to work or use it for ''commercial purposes''. It is fully insured with comprehensive, collision and liability here in Nc. We have put about thirty thousand miles on it since we bought it and we love to drive it and watch people watch the car. Most people think it is Rolls Royce because it is almost 19 feet long and you would not believe how many times it has been photographed.

The small house in the background is our ''summer house'' in the mountains near Ashville NC. (cough cough) (if you believe the bit about the summer house i got a bridge i want to sell you....)
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