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2021-03-31 9:43:00 AM  
yeah, I knew this in high school.
I worked with a guy who was a mustang genius.
He was autistic, and a savant with Mustangs.
His day job was at the car wash, but race teams that used fords, always hired him for any mods they wanted.
He would always tell us trivia and could disassemble a client's car and put it back together on the spot.
I do not miss vacuuming the floor mats of those classics.
 
2021-03-31 10:16:08 AM  
My grandmother had a '63 Falcon, which, when she stopped driving, became my mom's car.  It was a classic "little old lady car", but, even with the straight 6 and the automatic transmission, it was light and fast.

There's a special place in my heart for that car, because it got me home from work during the Blizzard of 78...with no snow tires. Just careful driving on the back roads. I avoided, by the skin of my teeth, being one of the cars in this picture...and I did it in a '63 Falcon.

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2021-03-31 10:30:36 AM  
I'll take the Falcon Sprint over a Mustang, love the body lines!
 
2021-03-31 4:28:03 PM  
I found an "easter egg" in a used car once.

Bought a 74 Impala from a 70 y/o lady.

Was cleaning it the next day and found a pair of granny panties wedged in the back seat.
 
2021-03-31 4:36:31 PM  
The Falcon Sprint. Awesome... First car my foster dad bought, and it was still in prefect shape when I lived there in High school. Such a badass little car, so much fun... Red convertible just like this one:

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2021-03-31 6:07:16 PM  

Mikey1969: The Falcon Sprint. Awesome... First car my foster dad bought, and it was still in prefect shape when I lived there in High school. Such a badass little car, so much fun... Red convertible just like this one:

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My Aunt, rest her soul, had one of those back in the early 70s. My cousins, brothers and I would all hop in the back seat and head over Rt 138 to Avon by the Sea all summer, and on the way back we would stand in the back seat holding our towels up to dry. When one of the towels got loose, and one always did, she would pull off to the side and whomever dropped the towel had to hoof back and get it. In traffic.

Good times. The car sat in the yard for a good long time in the 80s. She always had intentions to restore it, but never got it done. Eventually she had it crushed to a cube and we (now in our teens) ceremoniously buried it in her back yard during a keg party.

She passed away last summer and the house was sold. We put it close enough to the prop line so it's not gonna cause the new owner any problems if they put in a pool.
 
2021-03-31 6:21:54 PM  

H31N0US: Mikey1969: The Falcon Sprint. Awesome... First car my foster dad bought, and it was still in prefect shape when I lived there in High school. Such a badass little car, so much fun... Red convertible just like this one:

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My Aunt, rest her soul, had one of those back in the early 70s. My cousins, brothers and I would all hop in the back seat and head over Rt 138 to Avon by the Sea all summer, and on the way back we would stand in the back seat holding our towels up to dry. When one of the towels got loose, and one always did, she would pull off to the side and whomever dropped the towel had to hoof back and get it. In traffic.

Good times. The car sat in the yard for a good long time in the 80s. She always had intentions to restore it, but never got it done. Eventually she had it crushed to a cube and we (now in our teens) ceremoniously buried it in her back yard during a keg party.

She passed away last summer and the house was sold. We put it close enough to the prop line so it's not gonna cause the new owner any problems if they put in a pool.


CSB.

It's a shame that the car is crushed to a cube, but I totally get while you did it. Sorry to hear about your aunt, sounds like the perfect aunt to have while growing up. :-)
 
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