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nhpaul  - May 25, 2009
1949-1951 Shoebox Ford.
oldmanjones  - July 29, 2008
Found out that this old piece of plunder IS NOT A STORAGE CONTAINER.
57gazza  - April 4, 2008
yea me too tntrods....with ya all the way on that one!
55pickup  - March 16, 2008
with you all the way on that tntrods....swap meets are a great way to get or trade for parts needed.
rustysouth  - March 3, 2008
IT'S THE COOLEST STORAGE BUILDING EVER!!!!!!thats my guess ;]
19cvy57man  - February 23, 2008
It's a five-one ford judging by the tailites. It has a larger glass [plastic] area and a bolt on chrome taillite housing.
belair570  - February 6, 2008
hey tntrods well said mate i agree with you 100% a good mate of mine built a 55 chev using a very rusty parts car. he also built a 57 chev covertable from texas, when it landed in australia it was a peice of crap, no one would touch it as it was badly rusted out, he now has fully restored it to show room condition.
tntrods  - February 1, 2008
have you ever heard of a swap meet , the main reason to drag home every part and peice of car a person can is to beable to help someone out in restoreing and completing another car ,it takes 3 or more cars to make one most of the time.. unless your rich and a wannabe and just buy a built Boyd built car ..I've seen way worse cars turn into rolling classics and the owners pride ....
oldmanjones  - January 31, 2008
e-x-c-u-s-e me.elbow grease does not buy all the parts.you really need a good paying job or a rich uncle that likes you.then comes the effort and grease.
tntrods  - January 30, 2008
what are you looking for?or at? This car has lots of potential.. maybe you need to call Boyd up and have him build you a plastic wanna be.. if your old you must have heard the term elbow grease.. sometimes it takes a little ..and yes everybody has their own opinion.one mans junk is anoother mans treasure.
oldmanjones  - January 29, 2008
compared to a couple other pictures in the ford section it really looks like a two door sedan.not a whole lot of potential for rebuild.you would have to be super dedicated to jump on this one.
panelguy  - January 29, 2008
it looks decieving because of the line above the rear side window....almost like it was a four door and someone made it into a two door tudor....but I believe thats the rain thing...lol
myhot56kustom  - January 28, 2008
choptoptin is right,its a 51 ford tudor sedan.not quite sure where 49 ford 4-door comes from...
belair570  - January 28, 2008
its a 1949 ford 4 door sedan
choptoptin  - January 27, 2008
1951 Ford
panelguy  - January 27, 2008
Ford tudor maybe....?
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Created: May 02, 2008 By: oldride
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