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Yesterday 09:30 PM
sprecher48
top 100 list

I'm going out of town(away from my computer) for a week,please hold the applause,so I'll tell:It was the model D and it was number 11 on the top 100 worst cars of all time. tom
Yesterday 09:29 PM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by Dave57210 View Post
List of the top 25 makes of cars that my dog loves to "mark"?

My Dogs don't limit themselves to only twenty five. They'll get them all with no bias whatsoever!

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Yesterday 09:22 PM
boothboy it's number 11 on a top 100 list does that help tom (Quote)

Only if it's Casey Kasem's "Top One Hundred Snappy Toe Tapping Tunes of !915"

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Series D
Yesterday 09:18 PM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by sprecher48 View Post
it's number 11 on a top 100 list does that help tom. for a bonus,does anyone know what the model series was?
Of the list?

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Yesterday 06:06 PM
sprecher48
#11

it's number 11 on a top 100 list does that help tom. for a bonus,does anyone know what the model series was?
Yesterday 05:16 PM
Dave57210 List of the top 25 makes of cars that my dog loves to "mark"?

Yesterday 03:56 PM
boothboy Tom your going to have to be a little more specific about whatever "List" your asking about.

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Yesterday 02:25 PM
sprecher48
V-8 chevy

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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
Was it number 11 on the "What I wished I'd invented in 1915" list? Maybe it was on the "Top eleven things to use as a Boat Anchor" list. Or perhaps it was number eleven on the " What Pi**es off Henry Ford the most" list.

BB
BB you're close on what list,but I'm not going to tell you which one::tom
Yesterday 10:01 AM
boothboy Was it number 11 on the "What I wished I'd invented in 1915" list? Maybe it was on the "Top eleven things to use as a Boat Anchor" list. Or perhaps it was number eleven on the " What Pi**es off Henry Ford the most" list.

BB
Yesterday 09:55 AM
boothboy Chevys first v-8 was produced in 1915. I'm not sure what your asking about#11?

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Yesterday 09:14 AM
sprecher48
new ?

ok since I passed to brian last: what year was the first chevy V-8 built and what list was it no. 11 on? tom
Yesterday 08:24 AM
John long
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
John, the distance between the doors IS the difference and Ford made it that way! This is an Australian Ford and THAT is a factory 1934 Ford Phaeton.

It's your floor!

Brian
Very interesting. I just got lucky on that one Huh?

I have to leave in about 5 minutes and have nothing ready to ask. (Never dreamed I was going to get the floor)

Let someone jump in here and ask one and I promise to be better prepared next time.

Thanks, John
08-25-2014 10:28 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
What is not differenta about it. It is a hot rod and everything about it is wrong. Small headlights, miss matched hub caps, wrong tires, wrong wheels, missing side window snaps in tops of doors, Metalic paint, Turn signals clamped to the bumpers,

Also the B pillar is about 4 inches wide between the doors instead of the 3/4 inch of a factory body.

It is a pretty car but I am not sure it is even a genuine steel Ford body.

John
John, the distance between the doors IS the difference and Ford made it that way! This is an Australian Ford and THAT is a factory 1934 Ford Phaeton.

It's your floor!

Brian
08-25-2014 08:30 PM
Joe G In addition to John and Tom's observations:
The windshield wipers are parked on the 'wrong' side (probably because it's RHD).
Asymmetrical side mirrors ??
No Greyhound on the hood.
Different door handles.

08-25-2014 08:22 PM
sprecher48
re;aussie '34

the gap between the front and rear doors is wider,was this built as a parade car?tom
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