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Monday’s Recap

Monday’s Recap

June 24, 2008 10:07 am0 comments

Late with this report as my old back gave out yesterday. I will make this short. The 40 Ford Day was great. A good turnout of 40 Fords and other Hot Rods, make this a must attend event for me. My friend Bob and I drove down to Orange County and arrived around 7:00 am to a lot full of 40 Fords. We grabbed our cameras and water bottles to ensure a hydrated day. Very Hot in Southern California these days….100 plus.

Have a look.

Stay Tooned.

Lynn

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Jim’s top notch beige 40 coupe. He wins best coupe most of the time. Prolific builder.

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Stock 40 convert, nice restoration. The price was $85K. No takers.

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There was a time when red coupes were the rage. Now black seems to be the color. Both of these were 80 built cars.

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Unusual Mint green 40 Woody. New wood and interior that looked very fresh.

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C&G Auto Parts out of Escondido brought their new 40 delivery to the show. Air bags and all the trimmings.

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Frantic Fred built this Wescott 40 convertible. Fred does some nice work. The car is a greenish gray with all the comforts of home.

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Chris has had this car done awhile. He built a 40 convert with a 39 rear section. Very well done.

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Home mad trophies are highly sought after. If you want to be in contention, you need to have your hood open.

Dreaming

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Out of Lake Arrowhead was this wonderful custom being built by a metal man with a passion. The car is unfinished but has some really neat tricks. This will be my feature car on Friday.

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