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Old 03-20-2018, 08:54 PM   #1
roy green coupe
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My grand father gave me this old wrench he found in some junk when I was about ten years old in Okla. He said it was a model a ford wrench. I don't know if he really thought it was or if he just wanted me to think it was important. It has no markings on it ,3/4 and 11/16 sizes . Well I carried this thing around 46 years across country just because he gave it to me. The other day I had the pan down on my coupe to check the thrust bearing .I was getting ready to go tool shopping because I didn't have anything that would fit through that hole to take the rear main nuts off. Then I remembered this old wrench and it worked great. I'm pretty sure grandpa would be happy I finally got to use it on a model a. Thanks to all who have shared their knowledge on this forum , I have really enjoyed learning about these cars.
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