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Old 09-07-2019, 01:12 AM   #141
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Default Re: The forgotten 1960 Fords

Mine was 6 years old when my pictures were taken and I was in the Army. A week after that picture, I drove it from Orange Co, CA to Ft Hood, TX at 80 mph (Southern route), then a month later, I went back to CA at the same speed. No issues, at all and never noticed any wind sensitivity.

Mine was a 352, Auto, no A/C (would have been nice in June/July) and definitely, no power issues

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Old 09-07-2019, 08:53 PM   #142
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Before I bought my Fairlane I tried to buy a 60 two sedan, it was complete with the exception of the trunk lock cylinder. It was a base model so not much chrome witch makes it easier.
My idea for the car was a street strip car that was probably way past reasonable.
The I6 would have been replaced with a large displacement 460 a c6 and 9".
All things pass with deals not made.
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