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Re: OT- But it is a Ford and It is Stupid

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02-05-2013 16:59:29

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When I was 16 years old I bought a nice 1938 business coupe. Ran perfect.

One evening my brother in law gave me my first shot of Techilla and my buddy and I took off for the levee that runs along the Red River just below Bossier City LA.

We hit that levee going about 60 MPH and took off just like that truck. Trouble was not the flying but the landing. We hit the ground front bumber first almost went head over heels but it bounced a few times and ended up on all four wheels. Like to beat both of us to death.

I have never had a drink of Tecilla since!!!

I tell you one thing, that old '38 Ford was made out of come tough stuff. Didn't even bend the bumber!


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 Re: OT- But it is a Ford and It is Stupid in reply to ZANE, 02-05-2013 16:59:29  
YORK CORRUGATING, York, PA had a contract for awhile to make those fenders. Last time I was in one of the old warehouses, they had the laminated oak molds that was used to make FORDS fenders. That oak took the wear and tear of the metals pressing machine (hydraulic) rams for a lotta years.

John,PA Self-appointed "PICKER".

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