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Old 11-03-2011, 03:04 PM
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Watch my 36 Ford build from start to finish

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Old 11-04-2011, 08:56 AM
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Bob, you've done it to me again...every time you post a youtube link I get lost looking at your videos and the others. 36 Fords are the best looking cars ever built, IMO. A question, I think you asked me this a few years back but now I am asking you, your wheels, what brand, offset and size? I am thinking I like the chromies with moons but I don't like the way they fit and your wheels look great. Mine don't fill the wheelwell enough. And the tires were purchased about 8 years ago, they don't look to have rot but i am afraid someday they will fail and I will have some damage to contend with. And this is what the story to my wife will sound like also..lol. Around Fathers Day. Dan
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Old 11-04-2011, 03:00 PM
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Hey Dan
rims are American Torque Thrust -back,15x7-tireP255/70R15
Front,14x6-tireP195/70R14
How about sending a picture of your 36

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Old 11-05-2011, 01:36 AM
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I'm hoping this will work, it's been a long day. I would like to fill the back fenderwell better, more offset, the tire rubs with 2 fatboys in it, going around a corner. Dan
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love it !!! although a better ending would be of the car sitting there then driving off down the road...
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I'm hoping this will work, it's been a long day. I would like to fill the back fenderwell better, more offset, the tire rubs with 2 fatboys in it, going around a corner. Dan

Nice looking 36.....I agree, i think the 36 is one of the best looking cars ever built. Do you have a rumble seat?
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No rumble seat. I had the parts to do the conversion, I believe it was a RS car at one time but did not want stock taillights. Love the skirts on your car, surely looks like a cool 50-60s car. Tail dragging look is awesome.
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my car is taken a little longer
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that is sweet
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I like it a lot too but you guys know I am prejudiced.

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