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    1. #1
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      Jul 2013
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      1966 Ford Fairlane Named Ivy

      Just Beginning my new project car. This is my 1966 Ford Fairlane 500xl 289 automatic with 79k original milesName:  20220520_092931.jpg
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    2. #2
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      May 2017
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      Gorgeous car!

    3. #3
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      Oct 2010
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      SLC
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      Dont cut that one up. Ill trade you straight across for one thats more ready to be a performance car ;)
      Zach

      "It so repulsive to see such a beautiful 1970 Mustang, with the other teams engine transplanted into it. I know that car would spit that thing out if it could. Just ruined it, when everything else about the car is so nice." - Bossed

    4. #4
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      Apr 2011
      Location
      Rosser Manitoba Canada
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      Country Flag: Canada
      Quote Originally Posted by Zachalanche View Post
      Dont cut that one up. Ill trade you straight across for one thats more ready to be a performance car ;)
      And I was just going to post how much fun I would have cutting into that one!
      The biggest thing in Motocross!
      My 97 Cougar Transcona, https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...-Dirty-Old-XR7

    5. #5
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      Nov 2019
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      SoCal
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      27
      Country Flag: United States
      Oh man. That’s beautiful. Please, bolt-ons only, don’t cut it. It’s too nice.

    6. #6
      Join Date
      Dec 2020
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      66
      Get the saws-all and dig in. Itís your car enjoy it.

    7. #7
      Join Date
      Jul 2006
      Location
      Chesapeake, VA
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      Very nice car, and once upon a time I did a bunch of driving in a 1966 4 door Fairlane that was my parents' spare car when I was in college.
      Cars are meant to be driven.

      John B

    8. #8
      Join Date
      Jul 2013
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      I promise not to hurt it, no cutting. This is going to be a bolt on upgrade kind of build.
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    9. #9
      Join Date
      Jun 2017
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      94
      Man, that thing is good to go as is! I'm sure there are plenty of things you can do without cutting it up, however this is your car, do as you like! Almost everything you do to car is is reversable.