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The auto parts guys will think you are an idiot. Been there many times. Luckily I have a parts guy that knows his stuff. Still have to fabricate my own stuff.

Years ago (young fool) I had an Anglia with a big block in it. Rear brakes only. About Sh--T my knickers a few times. Not the thing to do.

Modern day.. You won't be able to get insurance on it.
Thanks again for all the adive you all have given, you all seem to be unamamious about the front brakes, we are new here and we aren't that bright, but we're getting there!.....not to be a smart *** but AAA came out and took a ton of pix of this thing and it's insured up the yazoo! Not even a mention of the front brakes was said to us., but yes you are right around the brakes.

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Got any photos of your '23 Roadster? Post 'em up!

If it is indeed titled as a '23 you shouldn't have any issues with the authorities.... 'cause a '23 Ford didn't have front brakes.

Worth noting... back in the day (50's-60's-70's) folks ran T-buckets all the time without front brakes.

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Got any photos of your '23 Roadster? Post 'em up!

If it is indeed titled as a '23 you shouldn't have any issues with the authorities.... 'cause a '23 Ford didn't have front brakes.

Worth noting... back in the day (50's-60's-70's) folks ran T-buckets all the time without front brakes.
Thanks for the positive input, I just put one up. hope you all can see it!
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Thanks again for all the adive you all have given, you all seem to be unamamious about the front brakes, we are new here and we aren't that bright, but we're getting there!.....not to be a smart *** but AAA came out and took a ton of pix of this thing and it's insured up the yazoo! Not even a mention of the front brakes was said to us., but yes you are right around the brakes.
Sounds like you already have it all figured out... Good luck with it.. Keep the ins. up to date on it..
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Thanks again for all the adive you all have given, you all seem to be unamamious about the front brakes, we are new here and we aren't that bright, but we're getting there!.....not to be a smart *** but AAA came out and took a ton of pix of this thing and it's insured up the yazoo! Not even a mention of the front brakes was said to us., but yes you are right around the brakes.
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Sounds like you already have it all figured out... Good luck with it.. Keep the ins. up to date on it..
Yeah, you have 7,000 posts on the site, and he has 7. How about checking the sarcasim? He said "You are right around the brakes". He get's the point already.
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Yeah, you have 7,000 posts on the site, and he has 7. How about checking the sarcasim? He said "You are right around the brakes". He get's the point already.
I don't keep count of post.. Thanks for reminding me..

''you are right around the brakes'' What is this ???

I said what I said because it seems like he has it figured out.. So be it..
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I don't keep count of post.. Thanks for reminding me..

''you are right around the brakes'' What is this ???

I said what I said because it seems like he has it figured out.. So be it..

''you are right around the brakes'' means he agrees with you.

Geez, he said he was a new guy looking for help. B!t(h slapping him might make you feel like a big man, but all the guy is really looking for is advice, without sarcasm.

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''you are right around the brakes'' means he agrees with you.

Geez, he said he was a new guy looking for help. B!t(h slapping him might make you feel like a big man, but all the guy is really looking for is advice, without sarcasm.

Now it look's like I want to slap him.. Are you for real man ??? Give me a break !!!!

Everyone here but YOU gave him the same advice,, And he told everyone he DIDN'T want front brakes,,, So when you ask for help,, You might just hear what you don't want to hear... You seem to have the problem, Not him... I along with everyone else tryed to help.. And you come down on me.. That's funny !!!

And as far as me slapping someone.. You don't know me to well..
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Now it look's like I want to slap him.. Are you for real man ??? Give me a break !!!!

Everyone here but YOU gave him the same advice,, And he told everyone he DIDN'T want front brakes,,, So when you ask for help,, You might just hear what you don't want to hear... You seem to have the problem, Not him... I along with everyone else tryed to help.. And you come down on me.. That's funny !!!

And as far as me slapping someone.. You don't know me to well..
You are right, I don't know you very well. I based my post on your comments. "Good luck with it.. Keep the ins. up to date on it.." For a new member, with only 7 posts, your comment seems like a slap in the face to me.
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You are right, I don't know you very well. I based my post on your comments. "Good luck with it.. Keep the ins. up to date on it.." For a new member, with only 7 posts, your comment seems like a slap in the face to me.
Your pretty good at that as well...

Do you remember slapping this guy for his spelling..

You might want to go read this..Matthew 7:4

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Your pretty good at that as well...

Do you remember slapping this guy for his spelling..

You might want to go read this..Matthew 7:4
Nice Camaro.... So you are a bible thumpin right fighter, now I see why you have over 7000 posts...
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Jayson... I know you know what it takes to do this the right way... If you took what I said as a slap in the face.. I didn't mean it to be,, But remember what everyone said to you.. Sorry all but ONE.. take it for what it's worth... Do someting right are don't do it at all.. In the long run you will be better off... If you don't want front brakes.. Find.. Go with it... No problem with me... Just remember what was told to you..... saftey should be first over look's every time.. Sorry if that's how I feel....
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Nice Camaro.... So you are a bible thumpin right fighter, now I see why you have over 7000 posts...
No I'm not a bible thumpin,, But I do believe there is a God.. And I thought it was a good time to share that with you..


I see you have a problem with sarcasim too..
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Yes they had brakes that did not work in 23 so in 2013 they should be the same or none at all ??? With 100's of extra horsepower 350 blower motor!! You make it hard not to be nice. sounds like your on a bashing tour here!! NI can show the ropes , you must be better then the rest of us lakeroadster!!! Brakes or DIE!! This is not a hardtail chopper!!!!
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Jayson.. All joking a side.. Good luck with what every you go with.. I'm sorry this got off topic... I'll step a side..Hope you get it all figured out..
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