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Was manning the booth at a tradeshow all weekend, and yesterday included a carshow. 

Not as big of a turnout as I was expecting, but some nice stuff there. I didn't take pics of everything, as I recognized a lot of the cars from other shows.

 

Good use of a frunk on a new Mustang MachE

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I don't know what this is. But I like it.

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Hudson of some sort.

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1985 Mustang SVO. Love this one.

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Charger. Didn't really look around back, so not sure the year. I think it's a 1970, because of the front grille?

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Dead mint 1988 Ford Wagon. Want.

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Chev truck. Something I noticed on this. So when I built my version of the kit, I tried to smooth out what I felt were mold lines and seams. Turns out, there are seams on the front that are supposed to be there.

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Another super nice CHarger. Factory sunroof.

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GTO

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Firebird

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El Camino

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Old Jag. 

 

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1971 Chevelle

 

 

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1975 Ford 

The dealership I work for sold this one new in 1975. Family owned ever since.

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Thank you for sharing. Lots of nice-looking cars. About the unknown maroon Led Sled. The grill says '49 Ford, the Dash says '51 Ford, and the tail lights could be any '49 thru '51 Ford. Most are used to seeing the '51 Fords with the larger tail lights. Ford used a large trim piece to adapt the '51 tail lights over the earlier models. Manmy would remove the '561 trim from the tail lights preferring the smaller and cleaner looking lights from the earlier year models. What ever year it is it sure looks well done. 

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On 5/16/2022 at 7:44 AM, iamsuperdan said:

 

1975 Ford 

The dealership I work for sold this one new in 1975. Family owned ever since.

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I’m pretty sure that 75 Ford was at the Grand Prairie AB spring spectacular indoor show a few weeks ago (I didn’t get a picture of it) but it had the same chrome, emblem delete, hub caps and colour combinations inside and out. 

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On 5/16/2022 at 10:44 AM, iamsuperdan said:

Was manning the booth at a tradeshow all weekend, and yesterday included a carshow. 

Not as big of a turnout as I was expecting, but some nice stuff there. I didn't take pics of everything, as I recognized a lot of the cars from other shows.

 

Good use of a frunk on a new Mustang MachE

20220515_120245.jpg

20220515_120239.jpg

 

I don't know what this is. But I like it.

20220515_120318.jpg

20220515_120310.jpg

 

Hudson of some sort.

20220515_120345.jpg

 

1985 Mustang SVO. Love this one.

20220515_120418.jpg

20220515_120428.jpg

20220515_120435.jpg

20220515_120502.jpg

 

Charger. Didn't really look around back, so not sure the year. I think it's a 1970, because of the front grille?

20220515_120528.jpg

20220515_120533.jpg

20220515_120540.jpg

 

 

Dead mint 1988 Ford Wagon. Want.

20220515_120608.jpg

20220515_120641.jpg

20220515_120616.jpg

 

20220515_120630.jpg

 

Chev truck. Something I noticed on this. So when I built my version of the kit, I tried to smooth out what I felt were mold lines and seams. Turns out, there are seams on the front that are supposed to be there.

20220515_120728.jpg

20220515_120720.jpg

 

Another super nice CHarger. Factory sunroof.

20220515_120743.jpg

 

 

GTO

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El Camino

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Old Jag. 

 

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1971 Chevelle

 

 

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1975 Ford 

The dealership I work for sold this one new in 1975. Family owned ever since.

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The Ford Tudor is a '49-'51 era "shoebox".

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On 5/16/2022 at 9:44 AM, iamsuperdan said:

Turns out, there are seams on the front that are supposed to be there

They are the All years...'60-'66.

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