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    Henry Ford stamped a big 1 on the first block on this day in 1927. I doubt he could have imagined so many still in use 90 years later.
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    Time sure fly's by!
    3 ~ Tudor's
    Henry Ford said
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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    • BILL WILLIAMSON
      BILL WILLIAMSON commented
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      I don't have to be # 1------# 2 people try HARDER!
      Dad Humble

    • BILL WILLIAMSON
      BILL WILLIAMSON commented
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      10 more years & Model As will be a TRUE ANTIQUE!
      19 YEARS more years & I will be a TRUE ANTIQUE!---Does that come with a HUSKIER Senior-Senior DISCOUNT?
      Dad Cheep

  • #3
    I wonder if it had white Walls?

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    • BILL WILLIAMSON
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      Only my HOUSE has WHITE WALLS!

  • #4
    Doubt it remember what henry did to that more modern T edsel built.

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