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Old 06-18-2018, 06:09 AM   #1
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Rolled the Fordor out for a cleaning of pollen/dust ect. Wanted to show in the first picture is a window sticker from historic reproductions dachenbach.com.

I was looking for a reproduction of the tinkerin tips volume one and came across his web site, lots of good model T stuff there. He can reproduce a replica of your make/models window sticker for show, a very nice touch.
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Old 06-18-2018, 08:58 AM   #2
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Hitting the like button! Nice! Looks like a short days work from going for a drive.
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Fordor T is neat - don't see as many as Tudors. But why are you cleaning it? Make that hobbit/gnome/troll do it!
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Old 06-19-2018, 07:04 PM   #4
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Fordor T is neat - don't see as many as Tudors. But why are you cleaning it? Make that hobbit/gnome/troll do it!
That is my garage Yeti, I figured why not the wife has a kitchen witch

Also a clearer picture of the window sticker.
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Rolled the Fordor out for a cleaning of pollen/dust ect. Wanted to show in the first picture is a window sticker from historic reproductions dachenbach.com.

I was looking for a reproduction of the tinkerin tips volume one and came across his web site, lots of good model T stuff there. He can reproduce a replica of your make/models window sticker for show, a very nice touch.
What a nice original car. Thanks for sharing.
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Old 06-24-2018, 12:58 PM   #6
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Nice solid looking Fordor! Time to get it out on the road!
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Nice solid looking Fordor! Time to get it out on the road!
I am almost there Royce, have been saving up some cash and ordering a new radiator from Berg's after the fourth of July.

Will keep you posted on how we make out then and yes I am going with the flat tube style.
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