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Old 01-08-2013, 10:08 AM
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go again Martian i only knew because its the same on my 56 desoto
A new name for Brian? I kinda like it...

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Old 01-08-2013, 11:12 AM
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A new name for Brian? I kinda like it...
That isn't new, heck when I was in school I had TEACHERS on the first day of school say "Brain Martian".

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I have some good ones but i domt know how to put pictures on here or last picrures, So i will ask 64 and 65 corvette had one major difference although they looked similar in apperance ,not hood or side vents. what was the change. also spelling or typing is not one of my greatest skills . sorry martin
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:12 PM
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65 introduced the 396 BB and four wheel disc brakes. Is that what you were looking for?
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:32 PM
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I have some good ones but i domt know how to put pictures on here or last picrures, So i will ask 64 and 65 corvette had one major difference although they looked similar in apperance ,not hood or side vents. what was the change. also spelling or typing is not one of my greatest skills . sorry martin

The hood is different with little "coves" on each side like the 63 but without the chrome "grilles" in them. The gas cap is different, the rocker mouldings are different, the doors are different mid year thru 64 with the handle being on a "pad" raising it off the door where 65 it's flat. The wheel covers are different with of course the early 64 being all polished and the late 64 having a "sand blasted" look in sections. The grille is different.

I had a 64.

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Old 01-08-2013, 05:25 PM
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Correct carolina that is what i was looking for ,4 wheel disc brakes and a 396 cu in 425 hp 1 year only in a Corvette.but was offered in 65 in another car ,you have the floor
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Here's an easy one What make and model?
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Old 01-08-2013, 05:51 PM
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I was thinking only outside on that Vette question, crap.

On the photo, how about a 28-29 Model A Ford Tudor.


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I was thinking only outside on that Vette question, crap.

On the photo, how about a 28-29 Model A Ford Tudor.


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Yes sir. I figure you guys had already seen it in my profile or on a different thread. But it took four minutes for you to get it. Your getting slow. Your floor sir.
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What Year and model Ford passenger car can this fender be painted and bolted on. I ask it that way because with some modification it will fit a few. But just as it sits what can it simply be painted and bolted on?

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Old 01-08-2013, 07:06 PM
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I'm gonna say 39-40 coupe just because of the shape of the front, but it may be a little newer?
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by the 6312 part # shows to be 81 tbird ,Wrong, good disquise i think a 39 by the shape of tail light.then coukd be modified to fit later models 40 had 3v taillights
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There is no tail mount.

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There is no tail mount.

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Good because i have been staring at it trying to figure out where the tail light was....thought i missed something.
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How bout a 1940 ford sedan delivery, now that you pointed out the fender doesn't have a taillight mount. The only light would be mounted on the driver side.....I think?
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