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Old 03-21-2006, 08:17 PM
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Looking for catalogs on 1928 Fords. New to Fords.was a chevy man.
Need wood kit for 2dr sedan to get started. Any help will be usefull.

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It's to bad you don't have internet access 'cause then you could do a simple Google search under "1928 ford model a wood kits" and find a ton of info and catologs and stuff...
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This place has everything you need. www.snydersantiqueauto.com
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WOW that is a very informative thing to say! Perhaps he is looking to be guided to more specific places and reputable manufactures and suppliers. I thought this forum was here to help people when they ask questions and to learn from one another. Perhaps I am wrong and we should all just mind our own business and use search engines?
Yes, it was very informative... He did the search and ordered 5 catalogs!
I'm sorry if you didn't get my "humor" bud. "A man" did and he PM'd me to thank me for the info...
Now, if he wants to get specific he can, and he will have the knowledge to ask specific questions...
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Yes, it was very informative... He did the search and ordered 5 catalogs!
I'm sorry if you didn't get my "humor" bud. "A man" did and he PM'd me to thank me for the info...
Now, if he wants to get specific he can, and he will have the knowledge to ask specific questions...
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Mark, I am very sorry, you’re right, I took it way wrong. I Guess I fall under your stupid is as stupid does. My apologies. Troy
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Both apologies accepted whole heartedly! Like I said in my PM, you have nothing to be sorry for, I am used to explaining my "humor"... Some people get it right away and some don't. No problems on my part...
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Also Bratten's. Howell's in Nederland Texas repops a lot of the sheet metal. Lebaron Bonney for interior and tops, Brookeville actually has some parts. Online, get on the Fordbarn and you will find anything there.
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