MrEarl

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  • Birthday 10/17/1950

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  1. What width.? Price and location please?
  2. I'll just stick with my Spam thank you. Next time you visit you're welcome to gather all the spiders from my barn, take them home and make a salad maybe.
  3. Wow some great body panel work and fabrication. I would think making pieces like that yourself out of flat steel woud be very rewarding and excellent therapy. Considering this is a somewhat rare and so classic looking of a car, are you sure you don't want to take it on to a 400 point restoration. In my mind pretty much any convertible deserves that. I so often see owners who spend pretty much the same amount of time it would take to restore fully and correctly end up having spent all that time and the only difference in the end might be incorrect interior materials or paint color. And it certainly looks like you have the skills to do it! Don't let especially the BCA judging system scare you into thinking show quality is that difficult of a goal to achieve, it's not, just ask some folks here. I know.... perhaps find you another lower level '40, perhaps even a four door, to satisfy your urge for a daily driver then restore this one as a true show car. Now doesn't that sound like a wonderful idea.
  4. That '49!!!!!!! I see a lot of stuff there I would like. That wrought iron fence that concrete mixer, that windmill, that grinding stone. That would be a fun auction just to attend. Thanks for posting Jason!
  5. Yea, I was wondering that myself. Also while I am here, and I don't mean to offend and not just directed at you Al, but we also need to be careful of watermarks and advertising displayed on photos. Some may border on copyright infringement and the advertisers who pay for ads here on AACA could have a problem with the advertising on the photos. I think there are plenty of photos out there that we can use without using those that could possibly get us in trouble with the owners of the photos or with our host. Thanks and hope you understand.
  6. Ohhh, them 38's...... Look hon, no clutch
  7. yea, me and Greg, both of us came off the same shelf me thinks. He was in the "smarts" bin and I in the "good looks" bin... Sorry Matt for hijackin your thread with a bunch of silly nonsense, thought it good though to keep it to the top while that feller in Michigan is taking his time gettin back to ya.
  8. Yeeepppp..... and that other feller down south too...
  9. So Cliff was a pulpwooder and his wife a butcher, how 'bout that...
  10. A '58 with bucket seats? Must be the Wells Fargo and is that Mrs Robertson?
  11. Well I'll be darned, he has his own brand in LFH,MFH and BFH sizes
  12. Have seen much worse ot's and was going to leave it so thank you 🙏👍
  13. "I might be better served exploring Vintage air or equivalent." Tolyagin and Willie knows
  14. Tolya 😆
  15. Somebody makes an aftermarket that routes through the trunk and that was what I had sort of planned to use in my little Special driver but don't think I will ever getaroundtoit. Was planning to use original clear plastic tubes and return vent grilles to give the original appearance. I don't think you would have a hard time finding someone here to take the 56 unit off your hands. I have a bunch of 55 ac rear shelf parts if needed.