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Smokeybear31

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Hello, I introduced myself in the welcome page. Here are my projects...

My son's 67 Mustang. We built this along with my father for my son's first car. Before:
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My last project 1972 Ford F100:
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My current project, a 1931 Model A I'm doing bodywork on for my dad's cousin:
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After the Model A, I'll get back on my car, a 1948 Plymouth business coupe:
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I'll be adding a 2010 5.7 Hemi police interceptor engine and a 5 speed to the Plymouth This summer.  
 

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Kurganhunter

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WOW, Most people would be proud to have just one of those fantastic rides. You guys have great vision and an awesome collection. Nice work. Thanks for sharing. That was like a desktop car show LOL. Mike
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Smokeybear31

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Thanks, it's in the blood. My Dad owns a 55 Chevy that I built for him:
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It has a 427 COPO and a Doug Nash 5 speed.  Last year I added CPP power steering and a tilt-tele column from a 66 Impala. I rewired the whole car, added a vintage audio stereo and new gauges and dash panels. This winter I'll add AC to his car. 

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You were holding out on us LOL Thanks for posting the 55'. Yet another beautiful ride. I love old iron. As far as your a/c project goes, I installed a direct fit unit from "Vintage Air" into my 54' Chevy truck. I only had to modify the condenser bracket because I have a 4 core radiator. They are worth looking into.
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This is but ONE of the reasons I love this site.  You never know when you visit the forum what you will find on any given day.

 

THOSE ARE REALLY NICE RIDES!!!

thx for sharing

jim

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loach

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Man those are some SWEEEET rides!  thanks for sharing.
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Willie McDaries

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holy cow, what a collection, the newer F150 behind the grey primer stang photo even looks good [smile] that 55 is beautiful, my favorite of the tri 5s
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