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  1. hotrodman303
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  3. I like chrome
     
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  4. I hate Fords :rolleyes: , Some can be tricky to cross. Water in the brake drums, water in the exhaust pipe , water everywhere. I do love Holdens :cool:.
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  5. Stogy
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    I think you have come to
    the right place...:D

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  6. tb33anda3rd
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    yep, i am a mechanic........they put a lot of food on my table........................
     
  7. southcross2631
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    I like Ford's , Chevy's , Mopar's and all other brands. I just like all things mechanical.
    I raced Ford's until the parts got too expensive then switched to Chevrolet. Now that the prices are comparable I am back to using Ford motors.
     
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  9. TagMan
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    That's as inane as saying "I just like red heads." I like 'em all, but of course if they have tits or tires, they'll all give you trouble, eventually !
     
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  10. I'm OK with most Fords that are considered HAMB friendly. Anything else forget it. There are lots of nonHAMB friendly Fords that are just plain shit.
     
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  12. I've been called a Ford guy, and I suppose that's correct, at least outwardly. There are cars of many makes that do a little something for me, and if I was younger I might venture down a different path (55 Chevy), but I have some unfinished Ford projects and a strong desire for at least one more.

    I've forgotten the question ...
     
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  13. rusty rocket
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    I was raised in an old Ford family but the older I get the more I like them all.
     
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  14. I like BOOBIES,,,hehehe......Mitch.
     
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  17. zzford
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    I like earlier Fords but not so much the later ones. However, I still like women better.
     
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  18. My friends say if you were to cut me I would bleed Ford blue............ :D
     
  19. Boneyard51
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    I am definitely a Ford man, started out because my dad , a former Chevy man, was a Ford man. Like father like son , I guess. In school I was known as “ The Ford Guy”. Latter learned more about “ Henry Ford” and the world and became a firmer believer in Fords. Learning the history of Ford and other cars was tremendous fun and very enlightening. As I age, I mellow, and can appreciate all domestic cars. Still dislike foreign cars, for philosophic reasons. Bones
     
  20. mammyjammer
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    When Granpa went from horses to a tractor, he bought a Fordson. We have been a Ford Family ever since. I like almost anything with wheels on it, but only own Fords.
     
  21. LM14
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    What else is there? I don’t understand the question.....

    SPark
     
  22. ahshoe
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    I like Fords in a Ford...Too many of guys I know stuff a orange 350/350 in a beautiful Ford car. Can't understand why as All my hotrods are Ford in a Ford. It isn't any harder and the depth does not make any difference. A lot better than shoving the damm distributor in the front seat.
     
  23. hotrodman303
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    I’m sorry it took so long to reply. However, you are absolutely right. What else is there, only bad copies.


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  25. brjnelson
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    Ford man , I have driven a Chevy, but never owned one.
    I have gotten a lifetime of crap for being a Ford guy, I do not understand why.
     
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  26. 51504bat
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    First car was a '31 Model A coupe when I was 15 that I paid $95.00 for. Had a pretty hot '65 Falcon 2 dr. wagon just before I got drafted. Drifted away to some O/T non Ford daily drivers but continued the old Ford tradition with a couple or 3 '40 Ford big trucks before settling on the '39 p/u in my avatar. That said, I've always considered my self a Ford man until I made the BIG mistake of buying a new '04 Ford 6.0 diesel p/u. Long story short, I'll never buy another new Ford product. I guess you could say I'm still an old Ford guy in more ways than one.
     
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  27. Ford first, then the rest.
     
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  29. graveyardsledder
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    It’s all we own at our house. Being ingrained at a young age that you can’t go wrong with a Ford. My grandfather (PawPaw) never only anything else. I remember he had a 64 Galaxy and my summer childhood was spent in that car cruising around with him. He hit a moving train in the car and was able to walk away from it with out a scratch. I never saw him own anything else other than a couple of late model Mercurys. If it ain’t a Ford it ain’t shit!


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  30. Chiss
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    If it wasn't for Ford, we'd be posting Pictures of Horse Shoes...........................
     
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