’33 Pheaton

I actually have a thing for 33/34 Roadsters, but ever since a trip to Australia last year, I’ve added the Phaeton to my list of lust as well. They look great, obviously, but the thing that got me was how comfortable they are to drive and ride in – even in the back seat. You just feel stately. Mature. Royal.

Anyway, the picture above (more here) got me to thinking… If you were meeting the queen for tea, what Ford would you drive give the opportunity to drive any ever made?

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“Tool Chits”

So “Jim1932” posted a thread asking to see everyone’s Ford “trinkets.” Among those posts were a few people that posted images of their Ford Tool Chits – little medallions that a Ford employee would use to check out tools from the main tool library. Each has an ID number of some kind… and through the years, Ford used many different designs for these. To date, I’d guess I’ve seen five different designs and use them (as most seem to now days) as key chain medallions.

In any case, it got me wondering… How many designs are there in the world? Post yours here!

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