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  • Asked my wife, what is your dream car?

    5EE243F8-4DCF-499C-BE96-C6577C651E4F.jpegD7F348F8-1074-40CF-9430-0C3F5D6F702D.jpeg2BD59093-A836-4824-A810-11434A2C094C.jpeg She said a white 57 Tbird with port holes. I found one without port holes and no skirts. Restored the hardtop and added port holes. Installed skirts, wire wheels, with wide whites. Poof dream came true. Has original 312 and Fordomatic. Added Classic Air air conditioning (great kit).
    28 Tudor
    57 Tbird
    2kMR2 Spyder
    62 Willys Pickup

    Wise man once told me you don’t know what you don’t know

  • #2
    Nice Tbird, did the rest of the car get restored?
    3 ~ Tudor's
    Henry Ford said
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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    • CSPIDY
      CSPIDY commented
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      I had the seat reupholstered, replaced the soft top with a black haartz cloth, installed a 15 inch steering wheel, installed freshly overhauled power steering system (came with the car in a box in the trunk). it was redone and painted in 1999 I just did a touchup and buff. was a west coast car so there is no rust. I will post pictures of the engine, you know its all about the Yblock.

  • #3
    Beautiful Car, great job looks like a fun ride !!

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    • CSPIDY
      CSPIDY commented
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      thanks, it is fun, but can't wait to drive the Model A, is that one dog sitting on another dog?

    • Bobm90
      Bobm90 commented
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      Yes one dog using effective anger management

  • #4
    Fantastic shot of the bird in front of that nice old mansion.

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    • Mitch
      Mitch commented
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      That's his summer house : )

    • CSPIDY
      CSPIDY commented
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      Supposedly, originally built for the Rollings Stones manager about 25 years ago.
      It’s now a Winery.

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