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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by guiseart, Nov 20, 2005.

  1. soulsponjah
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    Lookin good MrFalcon62

  2. MrFalcon62
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    Thanks! So's your bird!


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    MrFalcon, what are the wheels on you car, and do you know what the back space is? I'd love to see a side view of yours too.
  4. MrFalcon62
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    I have 15x5" Coker smoothies that I painted robins egg blue. With mooneyes hot rod trim rings and moon spider caps. They have a 2" offset and 3" backspace-

    Here is a profile shot
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  5. Kustom.Falcon
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    I do not like 4-doors, but that is bad.

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    Alright, it's been a while, so here are some pics from my in-progress build. My thread link is in my signature.

    This is an abridged version.


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    Thanks! I'm diggin' that wicked gold paint on your project!

    I just found a set of 1950 Plymouth hubcaps for my bird at a local flea market for $50

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    Digging the more-door!!
  10. Kustom.Falcon
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    Thanks. Those caps are bad ass.

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    Poor quality shots from my phone

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  12. Kustom.Falcon
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    Nice wagon! What kind of motor are you running? You have to be smashing that oil pan.

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    I figure this is the place to ask the Falcon guys. I recently picked up a '61 Wagon. It's all original and I want to keep it close to that. It won't be anytime soon, but I plan on lowering it a little and putting on some chrome wheels with thin whitewalls.

    My questions are:
    Where do I find some cool 4 luggers? I'm thinking of either chrome steelies (smoothies or moons) or Cragar S/S style wheels.

    Are you guys running 14's instead of thirteens? What tire sizes do you recommend. I'm probably going to lower it only 2".

    Thanks in advance...

    JC62

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  14. Kustom.Falcon
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    I'm not, by any means, "the Falcon Guy," but the guy you definitely want to talk to is Mike Schnur on tffn.net. He's a walking Falcon machine. I've never seen him say "I don't know."


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    AGREED! And I think he is on here as Kustom komet
  16. I run 14s on mine but it is a factory V8
  17. Kustom.Falcon
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    Hot Rod Don, yes, sir. Dude is brilliant, and his wagon is frickin sweet.

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    It belongs to my buddy Brett, one of those crazy LBCC dudes. It's got an I6/3sp.

    (shoebox is mine :p)
  19. Kustom.Falcon
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    Right on. I've got a build thread over at the LBCC Clubhouse.

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    This is stunning! I would love to have those wheels on my wagon.
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    Here's another one of Brett's wagoon.

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  22. Kustom.Falcon
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    Gotta get that guy some paint.

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    Haha he's gonna see that ;)

    He's a painter by trade believe it or not. He's working on it, I'm sure I'll get you all some photos when he's done.
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    HAHA! That's awesome.
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    Here's a couple pics of my '63 Sprint. I did the UCA Shelby drop, cut 1 full coil, Bistein shocks and 14" Mustang wheels w/ '57 T-Bird covers

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  26. Kustom.Falcon
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    Sweet looking bird.

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    A $19,000 Ranchero that went to Australia back in April.........

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    Will the horn button look right side up when you're viewing it down under?
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    I am about to pick this beauty up! Glad i got on here and found this thread, gasser style is what i was thinking but laying low i would of never imagined until i saw that black car that pops up alot. I promise to be unique but keep it old!

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    If you do a search for user name on the LBCC board you'll find a little thread on that laying wagon. His screen name's Bretto. Gonna be bad ass.

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