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  1. ps it has a ford top loader trans close to that period year 40's with and old steel adapter --to the cady motor.
  2. Thanks Larry - and others- like the Jalopy Journal guys are vg also and helpful ,indeed I Appreciate the help again here-- I will also try to clean around those areas for more ID info -- here is what is on the original intact firewall ID plate also; 26H 72 239 I bought it from a gent in southern ohio tom- whom bought it from the owner I believe was in NJ -- Title is from NJ and 1972 - I dont think its been on the road since then and seems to have been in storage there and for yrs and then ohio. It was a challenge so far finding parts and have some extra spare parts now also since
  3. Hello , Larry -Mark in rochester ny area, its pretty solid body wise - frame is mostly solid - there is surface rust underneath and a weak spot at least by the pass side body mount area under foot floor -- there was heavy metal old floor patch work done non pro-on front floors - fire wall and floor hump were modified way back - it has a 1951 caddy motor with 55 eldorado tri power intake -- and adapter with a ford or merc 3 or 4 spd ? on the floor set up -we drove it off the enclosed trailer and drove it up into my garage - ran fine- NO BRAKES working --if have cleaned up the top end -f
  4. Hello, I am new today here, I bought a "1942 Lincoln Zephyr -3 Window Coupe" last fall project car barn / garage type find; its a true 50's early 60's hot rod Lincoln in a way ….. I am trying to find out really how many of these were made -- could anyone know or lead me to the right aprox numbers? I just don't know how really rare it is , and its probably best to sell to a real restoration person/ shop. Undecided right now. Thank You !
  5. Hello, I am new today here, I bought a "1942 Lincoln Zephyr -3 Window Coupe" last fall project car barn / garage type find; its a true 50's early 60's hot rod Lincoln in a way ….. I am trying to find out really how many of these were made -- could anyone know or lead me to the right aprox numbers? I just don't know how really rare it is , and its probably best to sell to a real restoration person/ shop. Undecided right now. Thank You ! Mark
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