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Hi gang.. let see what you are doing this summer..put some film in the Brownie and

go to town.... or settle for more pics over and over of Toledo LZ central.

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Hey Jeff,I tried to post Pic's but it keeps telling me the file is Toooooo Big !! CH... Anyway ,Here's my car ,It's the only Picture I could get Posted .. And they're all 600x800..

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"OK, I'm going to try again ..I Re-Sized the Pictures .. I Hope it works this time..CHpost-63352-143139086303_thumb.jpg

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Sweet Lincolns guys hey c'mon some of the rest of you...it is an essential skill in 2012 to be able to operate a pc...picture loading

is as easy as clicking on the picture....all of your wives or kids have cameras, and would love to snap photos of that cool lincoln ..

so if you dont have the means,..ask them..lets see more.. c,mon Peech, Paul, Boz...Bill..How bout mr Cali new pres with the green 48!!

waste some bandwidth ..........its kinda cool...you post your car here..and you can show your friends / family..

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Give me a couple of weeks to get the old girl home and I'll be throwing some pics up. Might even start a build thread if you guys are up for it.

Paul.

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I had a passenger side head leaking water through the head gasket and showing up as a few drops of water between the head and block on the intake side, after removing it found it had warped somehow. Rather than having it surfaced again, I had an NOS head so bit the bullet and started the polishing process I use, dont even ask how many hours I have in it at this point.

Take one NOS aluminum head that was nearly black as coal from sitting, bead blast to have a starting place then take a DA sander and start with 80 grit, then 100 then 220 then 320, 400 and finally 600 paper. Work out all of the pitted areas or at least as much as possible, some of them will remain but you will not notice them. Then you spend the next several hours standing at your trusty buffer polishing. Oh yeah,,,I forgot, using your finger, with the same paper, start working down the inside of the spark plug holes. Once you get to the 600, then you can break out the felt wheels on an air grinder and go to town. Just a few more hours to finish up final polishing and it will be ready to bolt on.

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Here's the basic history of what I have learned about my 1941 Continental Cabriolet.

It's a mostly original, relatively un-molested car with only 84,000 miles on it.

It arrived without either of the two overdrive options that were available in 1941.

I am currently installing a Columbia Overdrive axle, but I don't expect to do a lot of touring on these CRAZY Texas highways!

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I love the unrestored pics. I can relate to them more, That 37 coupe across the pond is gonna be great, I cant wait to see it..I think the hot rod "scrape" crowd did us a big favor in promoting our favorite Zephyrs, which may help save some from oblivion and place them in the public consciousness again.

c,mon guys pictures...no freak is gonna see em and come over..(well , maybe a few, but they will probably have stuff you need!) post them..let see the raggy pics...

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Here is mine from the time I found it in 1971, one probably 20 years later, and how it is now, been a long haul for sure.

Tom

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The boom on my engine hoist wasn't long enough so had to remove (and replace) the engine over the starboard side. Actually it worked quite well.

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The boom on my engine hoist wasn't long enough so had to remove (and replace) the engine over the starboard side. Actually it worked quite well.

Jeff,

The pictures of the maroon '38LZ are mine sent in by a friend who is very good with sending in pics. Soon as he tells me how he did it , I'll send in more

Larry Butcher

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Here are pics of my 1939 Zephyr Sedan. I just recently bought it from James Hetfield, the lead singer of Metallica. It's a pretty grey color with a deep blue dash and light blue upholstery. Seems to run cool with no smoke and good oil pressure. I'm a happy camper.post-93470-143141961159_thumb.jpg

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My 48. took it to a rockabilly show with lots of rat rods and pin up girls, when I parked I had every pin up girls around the car waiting to get their picture taken with the car. The rat rod guys said Thanks for leaving so we dont look so bad.

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