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post #31 of 49 (permalink) Old 02-11-2017, 10:32 AM
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1948 whizzer?

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post #32 of 49 (permalink) Old 02-11-2017, 11:31 AM
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There weren't any desirable/sexy cars in 1950, at least not American made.

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Doesn't get any sexier than a 1950 mercury two door. Remember James Dean!


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I was born in January 29th 1966. I own a Hardtop 200 with a scheduled build date of June 11th 1966. I bought this car to my 50th birthday, I specifically wanted a 66 Mustang, so I have it.!
Now, I have bought my second Mustang, it's a 1966 Convertible 289 with a scheduled build date of September 9th 1965, so this is the closest one to my birthday.!
Sorry I haven't any parts related with your birthday buddy, good luck finding them.!

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I was born 12/2/57 so it would have to be a 58 T-bird.
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Mustang? No. I HATE 72 mustangs.

One of two Toyota FJ55s in my stable is... the other is 71.
Yes but '72 Torinos are pretty cool.

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post #37 of 49 (permalink) Old 02-17-2017, 04:39 AM
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My car was built 1 month and 2 days before I was born, June 6th 1970. I've been wanting another boss 302, last year I came across one on eBay, it was built the day I was born, would've been cool, but a little out of reach price wise.

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Not much ever gets built or done on my birthday, January 1st.

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I was already about 6 when my Mustang was built. If I could choose one from my birth year though, this would be it.
Ah! 59 Big Bird. Always been my favorite Big Bird!


My '64 1/2 vert. Ordered May '64. D code 4 speed, handling package, caspian blue, accent group, Ford blue manual top.

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Doesn't get any sexier than a 1950 mercury two door. Remember James Dean!


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I never liked the look of the Merc and other low rider stuff. Rebel Without a Cause, it's a shame he died so young.

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64.5 mustang Convertible build date 4/13/64

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Well... the closest part on Jane to my actual date of birth is off by a couple of years... the headlights are from 1993 and I'm from 1991

A quick google search informs me that there are no cars worth having from 1991, at least as far as aesthetics goes


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I had a 63 econoline van as a work truck in the early eighties. I have thought it would be cool to build a hotrod 302 econoline suicide van.

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My 69 shares a birthday with my wife but its 2 years older.

Finally old enough to drive the car I want instead of the one I need.
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If I had something from my birth year it would be the 55 T-bird
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