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Old 3rd of December 2008 (Wed)   #1
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Default '46 Ford Business Coupe 350

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Roger's '46 Ford Bus Coupe has Chevy 350 cid motor with 300bhp. The transmission is 300T pushing a 10-bolt Chevy 3.23 rear end.
The sub frame & suspension are Camaro. The interior is Lincoln & it has PS, PB, & air.

He's had it for 23 years & said that it's been finished twice, & he drives it 2-5,00 miles a year.

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Nice shots. That would make such a great work car!
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It would!
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He's had it for 23 years & said that it's been finished twice, & he drives it 2-5,00 miles a year.
great that it keeps running
on the love he gives it no doubt



beautiful shots and car
is that rich colour metallic royal blue ?
metallic anyway Frank

looks very good


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don't mention the war (the lost post)

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is that rich colour metallic royal blue ?
It was more of a rich metallic Irish green! How could you make a mistake like that?
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It was more of a rich metallic Irish green!
How could you make a mistake like that?
oops

I see it (greenish) now
maybe being orish and a bit green helped make the mustake

must have been my screen , I saw blue

the screen fried (power surge) and this new horrible wider one has to get ...... calibrated ?
( but I do see green for now even though the screen is too bright)






maybe the car will be metallic pink before I'm finished Frank




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ah another nicely done car! My dad had one of these as well .

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the screen fried (power surge) and this new horrible wider one has to get ...... calibrated ?
I've been wondering what happened to you. Tough to calibrate those LCDs. Best of luck with it.
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What's he driving now?
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