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    Lucy & Paul
    Lucy is ford maroon and Paul is medium ford maroon
    Both are frame off nut & bolt restorations
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    4~ Tudor's
    1~ Coupe

    Henry Ford said,
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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    Originally posted by Mitch View Post
    Lucy & Paul
    Lucy is ford maroon and Paul is medium ford maroon
    Both are frame off nut & bolt restorations

    Mitch, did you ever find out where those leftover nuts and bolts went when you finished???
    :p
    "Bullshit and Brilliance Comes with Age and Experience"

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    • Mitch
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      Words of wisdom
      When one has left over nuts and bolts, you know the job was done correctly

    • Jeff/Illinois
      Jeff/Illinois commented
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      Beautiful Tudors, love 'em both! Interesting how Ford labeled both colors a 'Maroon'!! Looks good on a Tudor.

  • #3
    Here are some pictures of Henrietta my barn find. Pictures are from when I brought her home and current. A lot of work has been done and a lot to go.

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    • #4
      A couple more...
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      • #5
        Here's my old wreck out on Rt 66
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        Ray White
        - 1929 Sport Coupe
        - 1929 Closed Cab Pickup

        Model A Technical Trivial Quizzes:
        http://sthosted.com/judging/index.html

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        • #6
          Trooper Sarah.......1931



          "Bullshit and Brilliance Comes with Age and Experience"

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          • Jeff/Illinois
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            Neat, and I like your Model A's 'home' that is a neat setup. Do you have heat out in that garage??

            I see you like Texaco. One of my cast Texaco gas globes is dated '8-31' on the inside of the rim. Think of the Model A's and Early V-8's that fueled up at the station it came out of (Lomax, Illinois down by Ft. Madison, Iowa)!
            Last edited by Jeff/Illinois; 02-12-2018, 02:42 PM.

          • copgib
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            I see we have more in common than just Model A's. I also have old gas pumps, signs ect. Some original and some not as far as signs go. My building 42x45' has large sliding doors on each end and every bit of space inside this building is covered with all different signage. My pumps are 1924 Fry Mae West pump. 1938 pump, 1953 Bowser pump and a 1936 Model 36B pump. Just thought I would share with you! Hugh

          • vonheine
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            The apple green wheels are stunning! Who made the paint? What is the paint code?

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          filedata/fetch?id=709&d=1554082778&type=thumbfiledata/fetch?id=710&d=1554082778&type=thumb Here are some pictures of my cars and trucks.
          Mike
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          Michael
          1928 speedster
          1929 closed cab p/u
          1930 standard roadster
          1931 deluxe tudor sedan
          1967 ss/rs conv.camaro

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          • Jeff/Illinois
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            Those are nice!! And you think like me, good to have a 60's muscle car in the mix when you feel the need for extreme speed!! That RS/SS is one rare dude nice!

        • #8
          Someone asked for pictures. Had a heck of a time figuring this out.
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          • Jeff/Illinois
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            A Roadster is like a Golden Retriever. WHO doesn't love a Golden Retriever (or a Roadster)!! Nice!

          • Bobm90
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            It was worth the effort Patrick, very nice car !

        • #9
          Originally posted by Mike View Post


          A 67 Camaro ! Nice. I like first generation cars.

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          • #10
            IM000199.JPGIM000199.JPGIM000180.JPGIM000178.JPGIM000183.JPGIM000199.JPG here is my 1930 tudor
            kevin

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            • Bobm90
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              Very nice car Kevin !!

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            Early 28 roadster pickup and early 29 tudor.
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            Bill
            http://www.brauchauto.com/
            Eastern Connecticut

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            • #12
              The Paint and Finish Guide forgot to include PUKE GREEN.

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              • Foxfire
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                I thought you bought several gallons of Apple green on sale but didn't have enough to do the wheels

              • Jeff/Illinois
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                My buddy found out he was color blind when we went for our physicals during the draft. To him he wouldn't know the difference, can't tell red from green maybe he'd think it was red!

            • #13
              This is Tess;
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              • #14
                This is Ellie. She is the reason I'm selling Tess to help my son get from before to after.
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                • #15
                  image_152.jpg My 1930 pickup image_152.jpg
                  1930 pickup
                  Last edited by George Miller; 05-14-2017, 09:43 PM.

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                    Nice George! That would make a nice avatar!

                • #16
                  My 1930 pickup. Not sure how I did this. I only wanted one picture:D
                  Last edited by George Miller; 05-14-2017, 09:50 PM. Reason: I messed up

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                  • #17
                    Here's Bonnie! CHUCK IN BONNIE - 0CT 2016 copy.jpg

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                    • Bobm90
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                      Nice T.S., 1930?

                  • #18
                    This is Stanley. I wish I had others but this is the only good picture I have. My 11 yr old son takes better pics than I do.
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                    • #19
                      Originally posted by Mitch View Post
                      Lucy & Paul
                      Lucy is ford maroon and Paul is medium ford maroon
                      Both are frame off nut & bolt restorations
                      Pretty Sweet!

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                      • Mitch
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                        thanks

                    • #20
                      My '30 Sport Coupe
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                      1930 Sport Coupe, 1965 Lotus Elan

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                      • #21
                        Originally posted by Barber31 View Post
                        This is Stanley. I wish I had others but this is the only good picture I have. My 11 yr old son takes better pics than I do.
                        That's the best name yet................when it overheats, you will have a Stanley Steamer, a car I love. :D

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                        • #22
                          Originally posted by Tom Wesenberg View Post

                          That's the best name yet................when it overheats, you will have a Stanley Steamer, a car I love. :D
                          Haha. I'm sure my kids would love to see that! Me not so much.

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                          • #23
                            I really love the pictures. Now if someone would walk me thru the process of posting a picture using an I-pad I too could post a picture or two. Private message if you want.

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                            • Mitch
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                              click the camera icon
                              click upload
                              choose photo library
                              choose the photo then click done on the top of your photos
                              and it will upload. if your file is to big you will have to resize it

                          • #24
                            The previous owner of this '31 Slant was driving down the road minding his own business. A woman in the red car cut him off hard, he swerved and laid on the brakes and managed to do 200 feet down the road sideways. He was OK, but no longer wanted anything to do with the car. Insurance totaled it. My nephew Miles bought it, and using hammers, dollies, shot bag, stud gun, Porta Power, a few hours of labor, put Humpty Dumpty together again. At the most, where needed, there is only a skim coat of plastic.
                            Frame was bent, steering box exploded, front axle turned into a pretzel, tie rod destroyed, L front wheel destroyed, etc etc.
                            "Only" took 3 1/2 years.
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                            • Mitch
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                              Wow what pictures...i wonder if the side mounted tire helped protect things by acting like a sled

                            • tbirdtbird
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                              never thought of that Mitch, I think you are onto something.....

                            • DaWizard
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                              Whew !! VERY nicely done and so glad you revived what we all know would have turned into lawn art or worse, you saved it from the crusher.

                          • #25
                            I love cabriolets and commercial vehicles. Yes they all have names. One of my 68C's and 68B's are both Brewster Green with the accessory 3 door hood. Sadly I'm at the age that necessitates down sizing. The Maroon 68C is tentatively sold and next to go will likely be the '30 Moleskin Brown 68B. Sigh! Once you give them names they are like your children (although older than I am but not by much) which makes it harder to decide which to give up for adoption. I usually ask for visitation rights.
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                            • Mitch
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                              Barb a wonderful collection of vehicles... thanks for sharing them!!

                              Which ones one a Henry?

                            • Foxfire
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                              Thanks Mitch. If only the Town Car drawing was more than a dream. At least dreams are free.
                              Last edited by Foxfire; 05-21-2017, 10:57 PM.

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