Keith L.

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After ten years in storage in Utah. I brought my 3 window home to Colorado.  Great road trip with my brother. 696 miles. 

 

BTW, I took the skirts, parking light bezels and hubcaps off for the road. Precaution.

 

Keith

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Benefits of AACA Membership.

Nice car, Keith!

Thanks for sharing.

Keep us posted on the restoration!

I may have some left-over '41 parts when (if) my Continental sells.

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If not already a member, please consider joining the LCOC and the fast growing Rockie Mountain Region with your car's new home! These are great guys with plenty of events and YES we do have many prewar owners and can provide a lot of information and fLincoln fellowship. I have a '37 Zephyr and had a blast this past weekend with our local region of the LCOC. I belong to both national clubs.

www.LCOC.org.

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Wow ... nice, Keith ... congrats!

 

 

Cort :) www.oldcarsstronghearts.com

1979 & 1989 Caprice Classics | pigValve, paceMaker, cowValve
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