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  • conaway2
    Reply to Tail light lens gasket
    by conaway2
    I asked the question about lens gasket because I’ve finally broken down and decided to add a second tali/brake light on the passenger side for safety. I found an original assembly in reasonable shape, but have to add all the internal parts. Since the rear fenders on my ‘31 roadster are reproductions, I don’t have an issue with drilling holes in them.
    Today, 10:11 PM
  • Jim Mason
    Reply to Post Your Joke Thread!
    by Jim Mason
    My wife told me I was immature.
    Told her she wasn't allowed in my fort anymore.
    Today, 09:36 PM
  • Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Reply to Happy Birthday Ed!
    by Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Calling it a day because the night is about to begin....hope to give morning greetings tomorrow...if I don't, send the coroner!!!

    Thanks for all the best wishes...............
    Today, 09:36 PM
  • CSPIDY
    Reply to Draft Shield
    by CSPIDY
    Ford installed them on the early Thunderbirds
    Today, 09:30 PM
  • JohnB15632
    Reply to 2 tooth gear box leak
    by JohnB15632
    Hey guys, I have this same problem. So, how is this part installed? Is it as easy as said?

    Help please?

    Thanks,
    Today, 09:00 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to O-Ring for torquing head
    by Mitch
    Nice tip Dave
    Today, 07:32 PM
  • pAAt
    Reply to Happy Birthday Ed!
    by pAAt
    Beautiful day for a birthday Ed ...
    Today, 07:30 PM
  • frank40A
    For Sale - Original Seemed Cutout To Terminal Box Conduit
    by frank40A
    For Sale - Original Seemed Cutout To Terminal Box Conduit

    Per the Judging Standards "From introduction through February 1930 terminal box-to-cutout and starter switch-to-terminal box wires were protected in a seamed steel tubing (conduit) painted gloss black. The hole in the bottom of the conduit had a reinforcing rim." There is a weld repair on the bottom and sides adjacent...
    Today, 07:26 PM
  • 1crosscut
    Reply to O-Ring for torquing head
    by 1crosscut
    Two very light coats followed by a heavier coat to flow it out....
    Today, 07:22 PM
  • aok
    Reply to Tail light lens gasket
    by aok
    I do not think the pad is a original item. There was one on the left side so put one on the right so they looked the same
    Today, 06:16 PM
  • Great Lakes Greg
    Reply to School me on running board trim
    by Great Lakes Greg
    Thank you all for the replies. I'll keep on the hunt for originals, I guess....
    Today, 05:17 PM
  • Chuck Sea/Tac
    Reply to Can’t disengage clutch
    by Chuck Sea/Tac
    I was correct on post 26. Both my old and new clutch are off center by .035”. Coupled with less than .040” clearance of the clutch center to the hole in the pp, it bound up on the side of the pp. my friend put it in his lathe and took .055” off the clutch center. Just got it in, and hooked up the clutch linkage. Step on clutch, shove the back slider in gear, spin the transmission. Thanks for...
    Today, 05:09 PM
  • Marco Tahtaras
    Reply to School me on running board trim
    by Marco Tahtaras
    What often happens it that the dies remain with the company producing the product. Too often the company goes out of business and tooling disappears. I believe that occurred here but don't recall for sure....
    Today, 04:54 PM
  • DBaldwin
    Reply to 2 tooth gear box leak
    by DBaldwin
    So the new end plate arrived along with the gasket, I cleaned all the surfaces then applied a thin sealant and installed with a thread sealant on the new bolts then let it set overnight and then topped it off with fluid the hardest part was getting the light switch lever aligned with the switch itself. Thanks to all those who guided me along the way!
    Today, 04:38 PM
  • Great Lakes Greg
    Reply to brass carb - non T ok
    by Great Lakes Greg
    I have a carter with a cast iron body and a brass bowl. Non operational. Yours for shipping. ...
    Today, 04:37 PM
  • plyfor
    Reply to Radiator Stone Guard
    by plyfor
    Not problem!! I like the Vette also....
    Today, 04:17 PM
  • plyfor
    Reply to Draft Shield
    by plyfor
    Yes, windwing mirrors. All the vendors sell them. They have to be very firm on the glass to stay adjusted . The (Fulton) vent wings can actually keep air out of the interior, and grip the window sill and head also with pressure from adjustment screws which need to be periodically checked for tightness. I've seen others but with a different clamp decorative profile....
    Today, 04:13 PM
  • Jordan
    Barn Find 1931 Slant Window Sedan
    by Jordan
    Selling my "Barn Find" slant window, named Junior, that is a running & driving car! Previous owner got it running. Has been driven 400 trouble-free miles since being taken out of hibernation. Has a rebuilt carb, leakless pump, 6v alternator & 6v gel battery. Best sounding "A" I have ever owned. No major rust issues- few pinholes in cowl and bustle, that's all. Has a usable...
    Today, 04:07 PM
  • frank40A
    Reply to For Sale - Collection of "The Restorer" Magazines (Volumes 14 {1969} thru 55 {2010})
    by frank40A
    BUMP
    Today, 03:38 PM
  • Soapy
    Reply to Where else did the stash get hidden?
    by Soapy
    Yes, we have fun with visitors who don't know about the direction from Detroit to Windsor being south. It's all because of the Detroit River.
    Today, 03:25 PM
  • Marco Tahtaras
    Reply to Draft Shield
    by Marco Tahtaras
    The only time period I know of where it would have been fairly common was the 1970's and 80's....
    Today, 03:22 PM
  • popsjohn
    Reply to Draft Shield
    by popsjohn
    I got the term draft deflectors from the Restoration Guidelines. The accessory listed there does not have a Ford script like mine. Could mine have been made by a company other than Ford with the Ford script?
    Today, 03:15 PM
  • WTSHNN
    Reply to Early 1928 Rear Grease Baffle.
    by WTSHNN
    Bump.
    Today, 02:56 PM
  • WTSHNN
    Reply to Early 1928 Front Brake Shaft Assemblies
    by WTSHNN
    Bump
    Today, 02:55 PM
  • WTSHNN
    Reply to Early 1928 Front Spindles
    by WTSHNN
    Bump.
    Today, 02:55 PM
  • Steve Plucker
    NOS A-9581 Carburetor Throttle Shaft Assemblies
    by Steve Plucker
    Would anyone have a NOS A-9581 CARBURETOR Throttle Shaft Assembly of the Forged Brass and Stamped Steel types?

    I am not looking for one or the other to buy but for a restoration project/article.

    Thanks.

    Pluck
    Today, 02:38 PM
  • Steve Plucker
    Reply to School me on running board trim
    by Steve Plucker
    I do not understand just why Bob did away with the dies to make this trim. I was fortunate to get a set and I tell you I was impressed with the workmanship Bob did and they were perfect...at least I could not tell the difference between the originals. If I had known that this would of happened, I just may of had bought the dies and continued making them for this hobby for which items like this could...
    Today, 02:35 PM
  • Marco Tahtaras
    Reply to Draft Shield
    by Marco Tahtaras
    Ford began offering "draft deflectors" as an accessory in mid 1931. They offered four versions differing only in the size and shape of the glass to cover all Model A body types with door windows. An original example is shown in the "Accessories" section of the "Restoration Guidelines . . ."
    Today, 02:23 PM
  • CSPIDY
    Reply to Draft Shield
    by CSPIDY
    looks like an early version of what became the wing window on later model cars. they did away with them in 68 because of thief's.
    Today, 01:57 PM
  • V Bogart
    Reply to Gas Line
    by V Bogart
    On some aftermarket side bowl filters the gasket surfaces are not square & paralell to the bore & need to be remachined...
    Today, 01:51 PM
  • CSPIDY
    Reply to Pardon my ignorance or short term memory loss but....
    by CSPIDY
    The nice part about getting old is I can't remember
    Today, 01:39 PM
  • CSPIDY
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by CSPIDY
    Priceless investment ...
    Today, 01:34 PM
  • ClaudeC
    1933/1934 runner floor mat
    by ClaudeC
    Does anyone sell and version without the holes cut out? v8 and model B holes are at different locations
    Today, 01:29 PM
  • Gary Karr
    Reply to School me on running board trim
    by Gary Karr
    Bob visited with me on Friday at the Big 3 San Diego swap meet. As Marco said above, he no longer has the dies and therefore is not making the trim. He does however have several of the short end pieces for 28/29's if you need them. He can be reached at [email protected].
    Today, 01:28 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Radiator Stone Guard
    by Mitch
    Your thread did go a little wayward, partly my fault....
    Today, 01:25 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to Happy Birthday Ed!
    by Jamey E
    Happy birthday Mr Ed!! Hope you have a terrific day 🎉🎉🎉
    Today, 12:54 PM
  • Jamey E
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Jamey E
    Morning fellas!! Is today really Mr Ed’s bday??
    We’re home from church & heading out to put the new filter in the sediment bowl, & clean the carb again. Jesse is hoping to take a big drive today while it’s so nice out. Hope everyone has a great day!!
    Today, 12:51 PM
  • popsjohn
    Reply to Draft Shield
    by popsjohn
    Is the side view mirror attached to the vent wing? Is that the correct term?...
    Today, 12:34 PM
  • Sunnybrook Farm
    Reply to Draft Shield
    by Sunnybrook Farm
    My uncle had one come loose on his Victoria while going down the road years ago. Somehow it landed on the side of the road without any damage. Another strange story is that while running a 4 blade fan on the same car, a blade broke off and somehow exited the engine compartment without leaving so much as a scratch on anything. The engine was shaking and rough as hell but he was about a mile from another...
    Today, 12:26 PM
  • Ted Duke
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Ted Duke
    Well Good Afternoon WORLD! Nah, I've been up since eight. Slept late. Got a real night's sleep. Had a big breakfast of bacon, eggs and toast with plenty of coffee. Off this afternoon to do some Model a stuff.
    Today, 12:13 PM
  • plyfor
    Reply to Radiator Stone Guard
    by plyfor
    So other than Tom W's post (orig. truck painted shell was like the '30), has anyone had any issues on the '31 shells with the insert ?
    Today, 11:58 AM
  • plyfor
    Reply to Draft Shield
    by plyfor
    Here's another version on our late tn sedan. Fulton Vent Wings, Milwaukee, Wi.
    Sorry for the poor photo. The original glass was etched but difficult to see thru....
    Today, 11:51 AM
  • Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Sarah cranked right over!!! As usual!!!!....She's sitting in the driveway looking prettier than ever.!!! Going to take a Q-tip to her corners!!!!!...
    Today, 11:32 AM
  • Steve Plucker
    2-Window Fordor Sedan information needed...
    by Steve Plucker
    Russell Knaack and myself are working on an article called "The Evolution of the 1928-1931 Model A Ford 2-Window Fordor Sedans".

    We are in need of some production data off of these body's that you may have if in fact you have one yourself or know of one of the following body styles:

    60-A (1928): Original Body Tag number and Gas tank date;

    60-B (1929):...
    Today, 11:17 AM
  • mshmodela
    Reply to Pardon my ignorance or short term memory loss but....
    by mshmodela
    It seems to me that turning clockwise until the needle valve gently touch.. would cut all fuel off, or at a minimum with the limits of the valve's design. From that point on the needle valve and upon starting, I turn 1 rotation CCW.. The pull of the chock closed the air intake and increase suction of the widely opened needle valve (fuel). Then run 1/2 to 1/4 open upon running...
    Today, 11:07 AM
  • gdaquilina
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by gdaquilina
    Beautiful Sunday morning in Western New York. Might hit 50 today so I'll look longingly at the motor cycle and wish the salt was off the roads. Another day working on the Model A interior. I'm beginning to see the light at the end of the long tunnel!! Have a great day all!
    Today, 11:01 AM
  • gdaquilina
    Reply to Draft Shield
    by gdaquilina
    Awesome accessory! I have heard of them but never seen one....
    Today, 10:56 AM
  • Keith True
    Reply to Where else did the stash get hidden?
    by Keith True
    There was an old fellow here that died in 2000 that used to drive across the ice hauling whiskey.He was 13 years old when he did it,but what I remember most was him telling me that he had to drive due north to get from Canada to Detroit.His older brother was a driver for Ford,when Ford had the social squads out inspecting the workers home lives.
    Today, 10:44 AM
  • N97323
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by N97323
    Happy Sunday Morning. Looks like mostly sunny day today. Spring must be close cuz the Girl Scouts were out selling cookies yesterday Headed to the shop today because I have sawdust to make
    Today, 10:43 AM
  • CarlR82A
    Reply to O-Ring for torquing head
    by CarlR82A
    Good idea, I cut some rubber washers from an old inner tube for use on lug nuts.
    Today, 10:35 AM
  • copgib
    Reply to Happy Birthday Ed!
    by copgib
    Happy birthday ED!! Have a good one!
    Today, 10:28 AM
  • popsjohn
    Draft Shield
    by popsjohn
    The 1930 Town Sedan I recently purchased has what I think is called a draft shield attached to the passenger side door. It has a Ford script on the lower bracket. Can't find much information. Were these common on a Town Sedan? Did Ford market this in the years after production? ...
    Today, 10:09 AM
  • Big hammer
    Reply to Happy Birthday Ed!
    by Big hammer
    Happy Brithday ! A great day today, Enjoy !
    Today, 10:00 AM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by JDupuis
    Good Morning Troops.
    Wiz, great to hear you are on the mend.
    Happy Birthday wishes to Ed.

    Going to meet with my youngest Daughter for breakfast this morning.
    Then drive North to visit my Mom.

    Play safe....
    Today, 09:57 AM
  • JDupuis
    Reply to Happy Birthday Ed!
    by JDupuis
    Happy Birthday Ed!
    Have a great day.
    Today, 09:53 AM
  • DaWizard
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by DaWizard
    Well, I'm alive. That has to be the worst 24hrs spent in bed since I don't remember when. I thing the worst part was having this thrice damned song stuck in my hear while semi awake. ...
    Today, 09:53 AM
  • DaWizard
    Reply to Where else did the stash get hidden?
    by DaWizard
    Musta been the tell tale clinking of the bottles that gave it away.
    Today, 09:47 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Mitch
    Good Sunday Morning VFF. The birds are chirping and the skies are blue. Have a good day!!
    Today, 09:38 AM
  • Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Reply to Happy Birthday Ed!
    by Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Today, 09:34 AM
  • Mitch
    Happy Birthday Ed!
    by Mitch
    Today you are a 104?
    Don't bite off more than you can chew, have a great day.


    ...
    Today, 09:31 AM
  • George Miller
    Reply to Radiator Stone Guard
    by George Miller
    I love the vette. I had a few 58 FI and 58 2 fours, and the one I liked the best a 1959 FI. Your 61 is a very nice car. I think the show route 66 had a 61 in some of the shows. I still have my 66 Vette
    Today, 09:24 AM
  • 1931 Flamingo
    Reply to O-Ring for torquing head
    by 1931 Flamingo
    Very nice.

    How many coats of paint on the engine??
    Paul in CT
    Today, 09:02 AM
  • pAAt
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by pAAt
    Bev's probably waiting in bed for hers first Ed ?? Remember !! Good day to all
    Today, 08:41 AM
  • Apple Green Wheels Rule
    Reply to Good morning thread
    by Apple Green Wheels Rule
    I'm first?????????????????????It's to be close to 60 today, might get Sarah out for a drive.
    Today, 07:42 AM
  • Bobm90
    Reply to Post Your Joke Thread!
    by Bobm90
    Today, 06:37 AM
  • Tony Hillyard
    Reply to O-Ring for torquing head
    by Tony Hillyard
    That is a very good idea, it obviously works!!!! Thanks for sharing.
    Today, 02:10 AM
  • aok
    Reply to What did you do today that was model a related?
    by aok
    Installed signals(logo lights)
    Yesterday, 10:55 PM
  • aok
    Reply to spark plug gap tool pliers
    by aok
    That is what I was looking for,worked great. I thought they would still be made.


    ...
    Yesterday, 10:49 PM
  • Jim Mason
    Reply to Service Brake Cross Shaft ??
    by Jim Mason
    Brattons brass bushing calls out i.d. 0.814
    Yesterday, 09:20 PM
  • Soapy
    Reply to Where else did the stash get hidden?
    by Soapy
    Living, as we do, near the Detroit River, there are lots of stories about bootleggers bringing liquor from Canada - where it was legally made. In the winter, they drove across the river on the ice and it is said that there are cars at the bottom that went through the ice on the way over. I don't think that they all hid it in their vehicles, just waited until the coast was clear and drove like maniacs....
    Yesterday, 09:16 PM
  • Larry Jenkins
    Reply to Service Brake Cross Shaft ??
    by Larry Jenkins
    How unselfish.. Like the Teacher asking his Students for an answer.. Talk about objectivity.. VFF's gift.
    Yesterday, 09:11 PM
  • aford193031
    Reply to O-Ring for torquing head
    by aford193031
    Nice idea, thanks for sharing.
    Always something new here!
    Yesterday, 08:10 PM
  • 1crosscut
    O-Ring for torquing head
    by 1crosscut
    I just installed a high compression head on my AA yesterday. While torquing a head after a fresh paint job it is easy to mar the paint around the nuts especially since the torque has to be done in multiple steps. In the past I was always careful (sometimes not careful enough) to keep the socket lifted up a bit to keep from damaging the paint. I got to thinking a ways to make this simpler and more...
    Yesterday, 07:40 PM
  • plyfor
    Running Board refresh
    by plyfor
    We've been using the attached water soluble paint from ME Miller in Ohio for years and decided to try it last week to clean up some rubber board matting.It worked well and can be thinned to blend out stained areas with a brush or rag. It won't fill cracks. Mask off trim. So far no rubber deterioration due to non solvent base. Any other product suggestions ?...
    Yesterday, 07:37 PM
  • Poor Boy
    Reply to Latest Farmers fix
    by Poor Boy
    Yes, sometimes it is not about the money. Jim.
    Yesterday, 07:23 PM
  • Mitch
    Reply to head gasket material
    by Mitch
    Claude either Best gasket will be fine. We all have our preferences. I have good luck with the graphite installing it dry....
    Yesterday, 07:21 PM
  • ClaudeC
    head gasket material
    by ClaudeC
    I hear that Best Makes the best gaskets?
    Looking for a head gasket for my model B engine.
    They make two types copper and graphite.
    Because the head is cast iron I would imagine copper would be fine.
    any advantage using graphite on this 4 cylinder engine?
    Yesterday, 07:11 PM
  • Steve Plucker
    Frame engine numbers
    by Steve Plucker
    Were the 1932 frames stamped with the the engine number as the Model A's were? If so, about where?

    Pluck
    Yesterday, 06:50 PM
  • Steve Plucker
    Reply to School me on running board trim
    by Steve Plucker
    Greg,

    Here is what I did with 28-29 trim.

    I collected over the years good and original "long" trim...Both the trim that mates to the splash apron and the outside trim.

    Now I was up against trying to find the trim parts that go between the rear and back fenders to the running board. Had a very hard time trying to find four decent ones (all four should...
    Yesterday, 06:16 PM
  • Rowdy
    Reply to Battery stickers
    by Rowdy
    A full wrap for the battery would be cool. Rod
    Yesterday, 06:04 PM
  • Rowdy
    Reply to Latest Farmers fix
    by Rowdy
    A friend of mine has a 1914 Model T coil box with switch mounted on the wall of his house. He uses the switch for the livingroom lights. Very valueable switch, but a nice overall touch in his house. Rod
    Yesterday, 05:57 PM
  • Marco Tahtaras
    Reply to School me on running board trim
    by Marco Tahtaras
    I believe Bob Burdick doesn't have them any longer. I don't know if if that includes all versions. I'm thinking I heard a few years ago that the dies disappeared so making more was not in the cards. That happened to MARK auto 30+ years ago which sucked for our hobby. Maybe someone else can offer more info. I haven't seen of talked with Bob for several years.
    Yesterday, 04:56 PM
  • Poor Boy
    Latest Farmers fix
    by Poor Boy
    This latest one is rather ingenious. I would never have thought of it. I have been spending time in the shop sorting out some issues on my 31 coupe. I try and do a simple one, and then tackle a more difficult one. The tail lites were a disaster and went pretty well until I got to the brake lights. When I crawled under the car to test the brake lite switch, I had a good chuckle. In the past someone...
    Yesterday, 04:53 PM
  • kbwagon
    Reply to School me on running board trim
    by kbwagon
    I talked to Bob Burdick a few weeks ago and he said he does not have any trim left to sell and has no plans to make any more.

    Karl
    Yesterday, 04:52 PM
  • Rob Patterson
    Reply to Post Your Joke Thread!
    by Rob Patterson
    These 2 from UK friends this morning....
    ...
    Yesterday, 04:44 PM
  • Captndan
    Reply to spark plug gap tool pliers
    by Captndan
    Papaw said use a thin dime.
    Yesterday, 04:23 PM
  • Marco Tahtaras
    Reply to Service Brake Cross Shaft ??
    by Marco Tahtaras
    I was hoping someone could provide and an answer although it's quite a long-shot. I can't, but it sure did get me thinking!

    Traditionally Ford took required bearing/bushing clearances from the rotating shafts. For example a 1/2" rotating shaft would actually be something like .4985"- .499" and the bushing reamed to .500".

    In the cross shaft case I suspect...
    Yesterday, 04:16 PM
  • Great Lakes Greg
    School me on running board trim
    by Great Lakes Greg
    My barn fresh car has very good trim on the running boards, except where one running board was welded to the front fender. Yes, it is as ugly as it sounds. As I understand it, a fellow named Bill Burdick has a reproduction trim that passes in fine point? Am I going to be able to match my 90% good original trim to the reproduction surface finish? Just for kicks, what does a full Burdick set run? What...
    Yesterday, 04:08 PM
  • Tom Wesenberg
    Reply to Post Your Joke Thread!
    by Tom Wesenberg
    One dark night outside a small town in Minnesota, a fire started inside the local chemical plant and in a blink of an eye it exploded into massive flames. The alarm went out to all the fire departments for miles around.
    When the volunteer fire fighters appeared on the scene, the chemical company president rushed to the fire chief and said, "All our secret formulas are in the vault in the...
    Yesterday, 02:11 PM
  • frank40A
    Reply to For Sale - 28/29 Drivers Side Windshield Pillar Garnish Molding
    by frank40A
    BUMP
    Yesterday, 01:35 PM
  • frank40A
    Reply to For Sale - Pair of NOS Brake Equalizer Operating Shaft Pins
    by frank40A
    Bump
    Yesterday, 01:33 PM
  • A29tudor
    Reply to Ignition problem
    by A29tudor
    Go Stock, much easier to diagnose and cheaper to replace parts and less problems....
    Yesterday, 12:18 PM
  • 40 Charlie
    Reply to Identify part
    by 40 Charlie
    Thanks everyone, the owner and I will check it out....
    Yesterday, 12:04 PM
  • Tony Hillyard
    Reply to Keep Calm
    by Tony Hillyard
    Good afternoon Jeff, thanks for the translation. That's a new one on me. In French they would call it a Bagnole (pronounced bannuol). Not a compliment. Flivver sounds much more polite.
    Yesterday, 11:40 AM
  • plyfor
    Reply to Service Brake Cross Shaft ??
    by plyfor
    My file notes say 13/16" but not sure where I got that.
    Yesterday, 11:14 AM
  • plyfor
    Reply to Ignition problem
    by plyfor
    I had a series of bad oil filled coils with the FS ignition which would start up immediately but would die on the highway, cool down then start again. (The epoxy filled coils are supposedly not recommended for points, so not sure which options there are.) Perhaps a blockage in the fuel system ? Posts 6-9 are correct. Mel At FS said to never leave the key on longer than 10-20 seconds without engine...
    Yesterday, 11:07 AM
  • Keith True
    Reply to Where else did the stash get hidden?
    by Keith True
    We have a farmer in town whose father was a bootlegger.The farmer is now 99,and remembers his fathers activities pretty well.Six years ago the farmers wife,who was 90,was walking through a barn,on the dirt floor,and suddenly dropped up to her armpits.It was one of the hidey-holes from her father-in-laws bootlegging days,a 5 foot hole in the ground with some boards and dirt on top.There are a couple...
    Yesterday, 11:04 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Battery stickers
    by Mitch
    Full points JD
    Yesterday, 11:02 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Radiator Stone Guard
    by Mitch
    That vette is bad a** Brace. love it
    Yesterday, 11:01 AM
  • Mitch
    Reply to Ford Brochures
    by Mitch
    Now I want to post them all here, and then the T's and V-8s on those forums yikes
    Yesterday, 10:59 AM
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