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pikesan
    
Should I airbag it or not? 1963 Falcon Wagon
I'm building this car to be a total driver. Original 6 cylinder, 4 speed on the floor 4-door. It's already had the door handles shaved and the cowl filled. I'm on the fence about spending the money for air bags or just build it. I've already finished cleaning, painting and re-installing the rear suspension and new front parts (cheaper than replacing parts) on the bench ready to go in.

What would you do?
posted: September 18, 2009
 
    
 
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nomadsrule
    
Why not?
A car is an extension of your personality ,and if that pulls your trigger .........go for it you can always take it off if it is not to your liking!
posted:  September 19, 2009
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ericb
    
I'd start with setting up a savings account. And steadily put some dough in it. Then I'd think about a buying house with a nice garage where I can tinker on my $900.00 Falcon I've sunk 10 grand into (so far).
posted:  October 2, 2009
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