Straight axle '59 Ford

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Saw this during the pre-cruise hubbub at the St. Ignace show today. Easily my favorite car at the event.

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Cool ford

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I can't decide whether or not I like it... seems a bit over the top.

David G.

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Man that's a cool looking car.

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take six pounds of holes out of the back bumper and put two hundred pounds of deckplate in the floor........

does it have a desmogged SBC as well?

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take six pounds of holes out of the back bumper and put two hundred pounds of deckplate in the floor........

does it have a desmogged SBC as well?

Yeah- I questioned the logic behind that too. :lol:

Yes, it does have the wrong engine (SBC) but at least it's a 327, the one small block Chevy actually worth having.

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if i were building a model of it, i'd probably not put so many holes in it. granted, they're probably in the hood for good functional reasoning.... Fairlanes of that year are not really heavy cars, so dropping the front bumper and a-arm suspension more than likely gives the 327 good weight transfer.

it does reek of attitude.... props for that!

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Swiss cheese Ford ! I think I like it. I notice it is/was for sale. What did they want for that bad boy ?

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$16 grand. A few bucks more than I had in my pocket, I'm afraid. :D

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