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1967 Ford Thunderbird restoration

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Here is another restoration that I got from Ebay. I stripped the paint & re-sprayed with HOK Cocoa Pearl.

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I love those tail lights!!

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wow great job looks awesome, love the big T-birds, i think you out bid me on this ,great pick-up

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awsome result , that color just pops on your screen :) lol stunning

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Nice job - it looks right. It's great to see all the love the 67-69 T-Birds are getting lately. They're one of my favorite cars.

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Pretty Nice!!!!!

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The aftermarket wheels look right on this one. Very nice.

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Great color, really well done ..

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Wow, that's sharp Ron!

Great color too! B)

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Looks almost like my old T-bird - I think mine was just a little bit lighter color outside is all. Of course, I didn't have wheels like that on it, but it looks good with 'em. Thanks for bringing back some fond memories for me.

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WOW! That is beautiful, Ron. Those wheels are very cool & look great, nice choice.

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I gotta agree with Harry, the choice of wheels for this is fantastic! I think that the combo of both the color and those wheels set this 'bird way above anything that I have seen, and I'm not much of a fan of the big T'birds. Really nice job Ron!

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Very sharp. Great looking automobile, too.

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very kool

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Beautiful.

B)

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This one is my fav Ron, luv the color, wheels and whole look of the car. A dream machine

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That's a great looking build. What a lovely roof line without padded vinyl top and landau bars to clutter it up..............

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Thank you so much for all the great comments. I bought this from a lady on Ebay who's dad had passed recently. She said it was his favorite kit. I wanted to do it up right in his memory. I guess I did ok with it.

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STUNNING!!!

I really like this body style!!

And the Rims and color you chose are FANTASTIC!

WOW!!

I really like this "re-"build!!

Thank You "so much" for sharing this one Ron!

Later

Russ

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Very nice build, the color really makes it! I have a few T-birds from this era to build, I need to get to it!

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I LOVE this build!! The color and wheels are perfect on it!! B)

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Great lookin' 'Bird.

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Wow love that brown finish, nice TBird

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Awesome built! Wow!

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