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Papawpap

M –70
Vidalia, Louisiana
United States

 
 

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BifferSoul
Aug 17, 2008 at 11:42 am
BEAUTIFUL BIRD! ^5
 
 
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NO_MAS
Aug 17, 2008 at 11:08 am
Beautiful Bird!
 
 
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alwaysakid
Nov 15, 2007 at 10:52 pm
Take them both out. There's a couple in a car club I belong to (Great Plains Streetrodders -- see their Motortopia page) and they frequently come in 2 cars. He drives a 1933 Ford street rod and she comes in her stock '56 Metropolitan. He follows her and it saves him on speeding tickets.
 
 

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1957 Ford Thunderbird (Louisiana Black Bird)

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This is my wife's car that we just recently purchased after the sell of my '52 Chevy 5-Window Truck Rod. This was my wife's anniversary gift after putting up with me and my toys for 44 years. So now we argue over what car to take to the car shows. Needless to say my '68 GTO hasn't been out much lately.

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The car is a frame off resto complete with powder coated frame and rebuilt 312 V8 / Auto. I have installed Wide White wall radials and upgraded the caps to wire wheels. The car is all original with only 71,000 original miles.

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