The Jalopy Journal
Wilbert Lunsford and Gene Lunsford were/are not related to each other. Len
sorry, after pete oatess had it. It's history is lost from that point. Len
do you know what happened to the car after the 64 season? Len
Did you ever post those pics you mentioned? Len
Paleface was owned and raced by Bob Beck in 1967.
It was owned and driven by Jimmy DeVault in 1965 and 1966. After that, I don't know.
Anybody ever hear of a "Pappy" Flowers who drove a thunderbolt at Freedom 7 dragway in Virginia Beach, VA?
DSO's are listed here.
I thought I recognized this VIN number. This is from my old car (an original tbolt). Where did you get this pic from?
kentuckian, Are you willing to share the scan files of the 65 Winternationals? Len Freebern
if it was one of the original 15 Bfx's, what was the serial number? I assume the car itself came thru Estes on the West Coast and then to Stroppe...
Well, that's what I thought. Then I considered the two headlight openings with the ram tubes to the carburators. Wouldn't that count as an...
Kentuckian, Are you familiar with this document? I'm curious about the statement saying the inside of the rear vent opening in the hood needing...
which 65 bfx comet was the one you own? (the one that was converted to afx specs) and is your name Gary Hampshire? Thx, Len
who's your boss tom?
which original 63 galaxie lightweight is it? Thx, Len
This car and "Bronco" were to separate cars.
actually I was replying to kbechtle not you. Sorry it showed up on the wrong line.It had an SBC cuz that's what they wanted to run with and they...
I will send them to you privately. I do not wish to post more here. Give me your email. Len
Here's some additional pics of the SBC Hairy Canary under construction. Len[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
with Jim Chun in Vancouver, Washington
What magazine was this from? Len
Believe it or not this was the former Emrhae Ford Tbolt. It ended up in NY after a divorce in Virginia. It was a sick looking color that the local...
This became the "Blackjack" car which ran in Ultra Stock for a few years. Quite successfully I might add. If you read the articles in Nat.Dragster...
yes, the 62 was a 406 and the 63 was a 427 loriser. Tasca exchanged the 4spd in the 62 for a Merc automatic almost immediately.
The 62 and 63 tbolt precursor's were both built in Detroit by dst with Ford Engineering assistance. They were then sent to Tasca for testing and...
Yup, I know lots about Morris and his Thunderbolt. I was the third owner. Len Freebern
I sent you an email on this Tom a few days ago. Did you get it? Len
Do you know who the driver is and what other cars he drove Tommy??
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