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Drew Dowdell

Well, I'm getting a new car.....

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My grandfather's Model A, disassembled Camino style.

I'm not sure of the year, and I only vaguely remember it.

I know it basically looks like this one, but with a red body.

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Sweet...be a nice project if you ever move back to the states.

Chris

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Not a thing wrong in the world with a Model A roadster. Keep us posted!

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Oh yeah, and it'd be the first car of mine to ever do 30mpg or better on the highway..... granted highway is 45mph.... but still!

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wow..... I'm freekin jealous.

That's a Ford I'd LOVE to own... more so than ANY mustang ever.

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Camino, I may need your help with this one. It's out your way anyway.

You got it, just let me know.

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It's hard to tell in the pic if that's a Model A, or a Model A II, which was smaller than the original, was based on the Pinto, and had a 4 cylinder engine standard. The Model A II King Cobra is an especially rare iteration, IIRC.
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I'm not scared. :neenerneener: :AH-HA_wink:
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I haven't left yet....

but I was only planning on going for 2 -3 years anyway

I'm wishing I coulod pick up and go like your wanting to do...but with 5 children I just can't.

Good luck with your move and the "A"

Chris

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It's hard to tell in the pic if that's a Model A, or a Model A II, which was smaller than the original, was based on the Pinto, and had a 4 cylinder engine standard. The Model A II King Cobra is an especially rare iteration, IIRC.

(enter sarcasm mode)

He'll just do what Mustang owners do, put a Cobra badge on it and Bull$h! about how fast it is....

"Yep, she'll do 58 MPH in the standing mile...."

(exit sarcasm mode)

Chris

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My grandfather's Model A, disassembled Camino style.

I'm not sure of the year, and I only vaguely remember it.

Oh, AWESOME, Oldsmoboi!

Holy cow ... that is one I'd sure love to see in person someday. Course, for now, pics will do when you have 'em ;).

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