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psrivats

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Per much the exact opposite of @psrivats

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And just for @JMT. This is a friend of mine. They bought a brand new [email protected] teardrop. It’s really nice. Have towed it all over the state with the LJ.

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LOL!

I love your motorhome dude, you have mad skills to restore it. It's a very nice way to travel and see the country.

That teardrop is very nice. Any inside shots of it? I can see myself doing that more than a motorhome.
 
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Mike_H

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LOL!

I love your motorhome dude, you have mad skills to restore it. It's a very nice way to travel and see the country.

That teardrop is very nice. Any inside shots of it? I can see myself doing that more than a motorhome.

No, but they have the Tag XL with the boondock package and you can see the product page here...

 

psrivats

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No, but they have the Tag XL with the boondock package and you can see the product page here...


It's really nice inside, wow. Thanks for sharing that.

I posted this before ... not sure if you saw it.

 
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CMBD

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Saved this pic because the wagon (even though it has too many doors) 🙃

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Saved this pic because the wagon (even though it has too many doors) 🙃

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I had a 2 dr. Falcon wagon as well. Mine was a 1963 and at the same time my Brother had a 1964 2 dr. wagon which of course was a newer body style. It was the early 1970s and we camped together with them a few times. For us, cars came and went often back then.
 
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AMS417

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I had a 2 dr. Falcon wagon as well. Mine was a 1963 and at the same time my Brother had a 1964 2 dr. wagon which of course was a newer body style. It was the early 1970s and we camped together with them a few times. For us, cars came and went often back then.

My dad has a 1964 Falcon Sprint Convertible. Will have to get a pic of it. 289 auto triple black.
 
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My dad has a 1964 Falcon Sprint Convertible. Will have to get a pic of it. 289 auto triple black.

I'd like to see that. The same Brother is still a Ford guy. Among others he has a 1966 Fairlane Country Squire woody wagon in great never restored original condition with a 289 in it.

In about 1970 I nearly bought a 1963 Falcon convertible. At my young age it was the first car I realized I could afford! 😊 We never advanced beyond 170 cu in. engines back then BUT we had a spare one and our Dad lead us and our younger Brother through the building of a cut away 170 engine for a display in the front room of his gas station. It was a great education for us and the customers that we got to explain engine issues to. We cut away one cylinder so the piston and rings could be seen. The other cylinders were empty. We'd run it with battery cables to the starter until the one cylinder smoked and then say to our customers ... "you don't want that to happen to your engine do you?" They knew we were just having fun but ... it was also good for business.
 
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