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Photo #1 "Here is a hydraulic lift I was working on for evilon"

Photo #2 "Here is a 1961 Falcon Rachero Sundan Delivery thats being built from an original issue kit"

Photo #3 "Here is a 1917 Ford Model T that I back dated from the 1925 issue thank you to jello for giving me the kit, its all his fault"

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Everything looks great Ed! Hmmmm, I especially like photo #3! Good to see you got it finished after I started on it about 25 years ago or so! :lol:;) Keep up the good work!

~ Jeff

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the lift is awsome bro

im still looking through my stash to see what to send as payment

but if you send a list of what you want it might help me out finding the kit for you

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I CAN"T SEE :lol:

Sorry, Service Temporarily Unavailable.

I wanna see

Too many people at once trying to look?

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Photo #1 "Here is a hydraulic lift I was working on for evilon"

Photo #2 "Here is a 1961 Falcon Rachero Sundan Delivery thats being built from an original issue kit"

Photo #3 "Here is a 1917 Ford Model T that I back dated from the 1925 issue thank you to jello for giving me the kit, its all his fault"

If the above links do not load you will be able to find them at the above web address's!

Parson? Did somebody grab thet there Model T an' park thet '29 Roadster Pickup in its place?

Right respectable '29 'A'. More pix? That black looks elegant. Very tasteful, yesiree.

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Looks like you've been pretty busy Ed! I really like the pick-up :lol:

Edited by Eeyore

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Really nice "T" Ed. I always liked the sedan delivery type of car too, and yours is a Ford to boot. I look forward to seeing what you do with it. Neat stuff for sure.

Regards,

Greg

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