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61 Sport Sedan

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  1. 1958 Edsel Citation, with Teletouch. I was 10 years old.
  2. Thanks for sharing your project, I just read all 13 pages, subscribed. You are doing a great job on a beautiful Pontiac, nice colours.
  3. I am the only one of ten children that was born at home, so I didn't get to ride in a car and I am the only one in the family who is into old cars.Go figure.
  4. Thank you Ken for posting that link,being a truck driver I found it interesting.Brendan.
  5. All jokes aside, and to clarify. Is this draw open to other than U.S. citizens? I was thinking about buying some tickets but what's the point if I can't claim it if I am the winner. Brendan.
  6. Nice car, but I think I like it better with the grille guard. Did you add a sidemount cover? Brendan.
  7. Although I live on an island in the North Atlantic my love of cars I think was influenced by Americans. There was an American Military Base here ( Argentia 1940-1994) and there were many cars and trucks around here that I wouldn't have seen otherwise. Brendan.
  8. You know honey, I'm so glad that all the drugs we did in the sixties didn't affect us.
  9. Steve, is this draw only open to U.S.? Thank you, Brendan.
  10. But we all know that STOP means Stop Till Other Passes. . Regarding parents showing their kids, I see a lot of parents doing a lot of things driving that they shouldn't be doing and have small kids aboard. It makes me wonder what the next generation will be like.
  11. I was hoping I might be able to help you, as I have a book called "Monarch- Meteor" by R.Perry Zavitz, but the early production numbers of the Meteor are not broken down by model. The total number for all 1953 Meteors is shown as 40,115 units. There is a website for 1956 Meteors that had info for other years but I have not visited it in a long time.Brendan.
  12. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: windjamer</div><div class="ubbcode-body">I dont remember the year make or model,but as a kid I remember a dash that changed color with the increse of speed. Started out green went to yellow changed to red and I think at 90 mph or there about it turned black. I thought it was the best, still do. </div></div> The dash in 1946 to early 1949 Plymouth P15s and Canadian built Dodge D25s work like that but I didn't know they turned black at 90 mph. I doubt if my Dodge will go that fast. B
  13. I don't post much but read often, Happy New Year to all from Newfoundland, Canada. Cheers, Brendan.
  14. You could try www.pilothouse.com or www.p15-d24.com. There is a wealth of info on those sites for flathead mopars. Brendan.
  15. Same here,P215 tubeless radials on original rims. They are on the car about 5yrs and no leaks.
  16. I'm glad to see young guys like you two having interest in the older cars and preserving them. There is a 38 Buick Special flatback sedan here where I live that is owned by an older gent in his nineties. They are nice cars. Brendan.
  17. Tom, that looks like a solid project, Good Luck with it. It will be a fine car when it's finished. Brendan.
  18. I sold a 1956 Chevrolet BelAir 4dr sedan in 1991, 265, powerglide,electric wipers, rustfree car. Sold it because it was a 4dr. It was the best old car I ever had and have been regretting ever since. Brendan.
  19. Sometimes telling friends(?) about cars can be a bad idea. I have had this happen to me twice the first was a 1941 Dodge Luxury Liner club coupe and the second was a 1934 Dodge 2dr sedan. Needless to say, if I find any now I keep it to myself. I know of a 36 Ford coupe, 1932 Packard roadster, 1954 Hudson Jet, 1935 Auburn sedan and a few newer cars and trucks from the 40s and 50s and all in this tiny island out in the Atlantic Ocean. Brendan.
  20. Thank you for the link. It's another site that will be bookmarked to get to see it all. In the video gallery, the second video starts with some 1956 Chevrolets. The first one is a black four door that has unusual (to me) side trim.Was this trim original to 1956 or is it modified by the owner? Thanks, Brendan.
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