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    Good Luck on the new site

    My name is Paul and I'm retired. I have four old cars.

    The first is a 48 Ford Conv., mild 302, 8 inch rear custom interior, power brakes, windows and steering. I have had this car over 30 years and have done a lot of traveling with it.

    The second is a 54 Ford Victoria, 312, 4 speed toploader and a 9 inch rear. Pleated custom interior. When I bought it, it had a stock 239 and auto and I did the changeover.

    The third is a 56 Bird, mostly stock, 312 but I have installed a C-4 auto. Have done a lot of traveling with this car too, two trips from the east coast to the west coast plus other trips to various Tbird conventions. Was restored about 6 years ago

    The fourth is a 64 Fairlane. mostly stock. Originally a six with a three speed on the tree, I installed a HO and kept the 3 speed and have done some minor upgrading.
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  • #2
    Welcome Paul
    you have four beautiful cars there, thanks for posting them..
    3 ~ Tudor's
    Henry Ford said
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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    • #3
      You have good taste in cars. I like to see them built to be driven.

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      • #4
        Glad you are here, Paul. With tasteful cars like yours and decades of experience I look forward to your contributions.

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        • #5
          Paul,
          Especially like your '48 Convertible! I had a '41 & "upgraded" to a '46. I shortened my side trim & ended it at the front of the doors. I used the electric top lifts from the '41 & made "mystyfing" hood & trunk lifts! Painted Pirate Red, a '49 Lincoln/Mercury color. Car was set on a low rake. STOLE the SouthWind heater from the '41, to keep my Honey WARM! Ever get stuck & sleep overnight, in the back seat of a CONVERTIBLE???---I LOST the coin toss---LOL
          Ever switch the shift lever to the LEFT side, for more "makin' out" room? They shift sort' FUNNY that way--LOL
          Bill W.
          Last edited by BILL WILLIAMSON; 06-14-2017, 06:40 PM. Reason: It's a '48, not a '47 (SORRY!)

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