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About Fargoguy

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  1. My 1965 Galaxie 500 convert. Sold new by Agnew Motors in Shellbrook, SK. Special ordered by customer, it is a 352 V8, with no other options. No power steering, no power brakes, 3 speed MANUAL column- shift transmission. Customer took delivery in December of 1965. He owned it for two years, in 1967 he blew up the 352, with just under 30,000 miles on it and parked the car beside his chicken coop. Two years later, in 1969 he traded it back in on a new pickup truck as is. Clayton Agnew kept the car- had the engine rebuilt and used the car sparingly in the following years. In 2009, I was able to bu
  2. I am absolutely LOVING that Studebaker tow vehicle!
  3. I have pics of both of those Tatras- the silver one and the black one from a car show in Ladner in 2005.
  4. Most likely a reference to three-speed manual column-shift- because of the similarity of its movement to a bolt-action rifle
  5. That fellow is Harold Aamundsen- my neighbour. He still has and shows the car. He is the fellow driving the car in the top pic of Oldtech’s 3 pics. I’m sure I have a pic of the car from last summer.
  6. I need a radiator cap for my truck- can be plain- but needs to be 3 inches diameter inside with female threads. Let me know if you have something. Evan
  7. I’m curious to know how many farm-o-roads are on the registry? Accounted for?
  8. Several years ago when we visited the Lemay collection at Marymount there was a Pierce roadster with conventional headlights. Whether true or not- the tour guide told us it was a California law that required those headlights.
  9. Awesome article! I was at the pre-42 event with my daughter and enjoyed the Cole gathering- not only on display- but being driven around the grounds!
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