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Old 12-13-2007, 01:05 PM   #1
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51 Ford I cut for my dad for Christmas. Pattern by Bob C.


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Nice work there Richard. bet he will love it. your friend Evie
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That's looking sweeeeet racreel. He must have had a 51 Ford, or maybe still does?
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G'day Richard,
That's a very nice cutting. I'm certain the "Old man" will love it.
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Very nice. I don't want to date myself but my dad had one just like it. Great job!
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Nice work Richard. My first car was a 51. Stop adding everyone, it was used.

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I love it! I wanted a 49, 50 or 51 Ford in the worst way. I settled for a 50 Dodge for 25.00 way back when. That really brings back memories.
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Nice work Richard. My first car was a 51. Stop adding everyone, it was used.

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Well Tom, mine was a 49 couph couph. used of cours. your friend Evie
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My first one was a 29 Model A coupe. Was used also.
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Thanks to everyone for your comments. I've been out of town most of the time since I posted, thus the delayed reply.

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That's looking sweeeeet racreel. He must have had a 51 Ford, or maybe still does?
A '51 Ford was his first car, used. He really liked the cutting.

My first car was a '65 Mustang. We still have it, in need of restoration now. Got to do a cutting of that one.

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