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Machman

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  1. Vintage AM / FM 8 Track Radio in Original Ford Mustang Radio Bezel that fits in the center console very nice cond .............$125 AM /FM Cassette Radio early type for 60s / 70s car ............$40 Original FORD AM / FM Radio ............$55 Mustang FM converter ..........$49 AM / FM 8 Track Radio ................................$59 Vintage Radio Power Booster.............................$30 AM / FM Cassette Radio (different early type for 60s - 70s car) .............$40 Ford AM /FM Cassette Radio (later Fox Body Style) ...............$35 AM /FM Cassette Radio for later car ........................... $30
  2. Various Vintage Radios For Sale 1) Vintage AM / FM 8 Track Radio in Original Ford Mustang Radio Bezel that fits in the center console very nice cond .............$125 2) AM /FM Cassette Radio early type for 60s / 70s car ............$40 3) Original FORD AM / FM Radio ............$55 4) Original vintage Mustang FM converter Dealer option ( says Mustang under Tuning glass ) this will allow people who bought a factory AM Radio the option to receive FM as well without the costly replacement of their original radio ............$49 5) AM / FM 8 Track Radio ................................$59 6) Vintage Radio Power Booster.............................$30 7) AM / FM Cassette Radio (different early type for 60s - 70s car) .............$40 8) Ford AM /FM Cassette Radio (later Fox Body Style) ...............$35 9) AM /FM Cassette Radio for later car ........................... $30 These are all available at the time of posting , PM me if interested in anything Items are located in NY for pick up
  3. **************************Lower Price************************* $195 for it all
  4. *******UPDATED and LOWER Price For LOT******** ******$150 for EVERYTHING*********
  5. Rear Stabilizer Bar and Original Shock Mounts *******SOLD***************
  6. I'm very happy it was just the tire which is easily replaced , sometimes these blow outs can be nasty
  7. Machman

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    ::welcome:: from NY , this a great site w/ lots of info so you will have a lot of help on your build
  8. ::thumb:: Great looking car ::thumb::
  9. :wavemulticolor:::congrats::::congrats:::wavemulticolor:
  10. Cool ; looks like a few late 30s US trucks I have seen
  11. Thank you for posting the videos and how wonderful they survived and 2 are set to run again, In NY we has a few streamliners but in NY's infinite wisdom they were of coarse scrapped instead of donated to a museum.
  12. Man that was upsetting to watch, it looked like a nice car, hopefully he will have it fixed when he's able
  13. I love old trains and thank you for posting the pics and letting us know how nice the guys were over there. I remember when I was young going to a friends house and setting up layouts of steam engines and watching them go and dreaming of running them. then when older a bunch of us would meet after high school on a friday and take our motorcycles and bring supplys and camp near the railroad for the weekend and barbecue and watch the trains go by One of the group became an engineer , worked in Chicago , Louisiana , then Texas One of my favorite engines was the Streamlined Hudson and The Big Boy which I guess was the biggest steamer produced , any train guys on the forum know if either of these still exist?
  14. Welcome to the forum and that is a nice car and it's great that it has been in your family since new and your grandfather brought it back with him when he returned home
  15. Wow , you did a great job on the Falcon , it looks fantastic. ::thumb:: I really like the old Falcons as we had one when I was growing up I look every once and awhile but there's not too many of them around anymore in the northeast as the evil "rust bug" gets them & sends them to "auto heaven" so treasure that beauty. A guy last month saw my Fastback when it was out and uncovered and offered me an old Falcon convertible and some cash for the stang, I haven't seen it yet but I'm tempted if it's a solid car
  16. I do not think it would affect the collectible car market in a negative way if anything it would bring more interest to it. There are already many reproductions in other collecting fields , clocks , toys , guns , etc and the people who want originals will always buy originals and people who want repops will tend to only buy those. The added advertising and visability of the repros will probably bring new people into the collecting circuit who normaly may not have been exposed to it. I like the idea and would even like to see it pushed further where all the modern regs were junked and manufacturers can make exact copies on demand of any car. I would love to be able to purchase an exact 1937 Cord supercharged phaeton , made out of steel , with the front wheel drive , Luscomb aircraft motor , original type supercharger unit , etc right down to the vin continuing from where the last one produced left the factory in the 30s
  17. 87fox72mach - Just sent you a PM but it got bounced back as your Mail box is full
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