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    Not to criticize, but I would have used a Mainline or Customline body rather than a hardtop. Beautiful car though. Looks like the old AR rocker covers.
     
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    :confused::confused::confused::rolleyes:
    He must have bought everything from jc whitney...
     
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    Straight out of the Philippines!
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    Wes Downing’s 55 Ford…..
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    Not a lot of Customline hard tops but you use what you have. These look like Arias rocker covers to me. Most were blown and ended up in tractor pullers and boats. Not many were carbureted.
     
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  13. Razzle Dazzle. Built in Australia (or New Zealand?), then spent time in Sakatoon, Sask. When the owner in Saskatchewan wanted to sell, it made it's way back overseas home. It's well travelled, and quite the spectacle to see in person!!
     
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  15. Well. It looks like it got a little bit from everywhere it ever went.:rolleyes:
     
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    I totally agree.....:rolleyes:
     
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