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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jive-Bomber, Mar 17, 2011.

  1. Jive-Bomber
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  2. moter
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    Very cool video! Thanks
     
  3. Sonny48
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    Thanks Jive-Bomber.That was a cool video (and i'm a chevy guy) but since I got my 30 coupe and 25 roadster barn finds, I have a new appreciation for the blue oval.
    Thanks again.
     
  4. So cool - I love that Approved Ford Accessories display
     

  5. bowtiemyk
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    A similar engine stand was featured as a project in a Street Rodder magazine sometime in the early to mid 80's. I built one and it's still my favorite stand to this day. Anyone have the plan in an archive?
     
  6. Von Franco
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    Thanks Jay ,that was cool Man,
     
  7. shmoozo
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    You can get the last 45 seconds of that video in any color you want so long as it is black.

    :D
     
  8. Thats a very cool video! Thanks for sharing!!
     
  9. flamingokid
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    Great video,keep 'em coming.
     
  10. Fopelaez
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    Cool to see the approved Ford accesories, nowadays they require that everything has to be done at the dealership.
     
  11. Great vid, it's interesting to see the technology they had back then.
     
  12. Enjoyed it, Thanks.
     
  13. dodored
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    Love that smooth rolling bias ply tire on the balance machine- looks like it was, is, and will be a struggle to get them to roll smoothly
     
  14. solidaxle
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    I like the HAMB girls, they're smoke'n.
     
  15. autobilly
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    Outstanding peice of vintage automotive animation, thanks Jay.
     
  16. Rolleiflex
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  17. greazhonkey
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    The approved Ford accessory display was awesome
     
  18. ChassisResearchKid
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    That was cool!!! I wish everybody talked like that nowaday's.
     
  19. Kustom Leatherworks
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    Can those genuine Ford parts really talk like that?
     
  20. Ben DeBumper
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    A couple of those voices sound like Mel Blanc.
     
  21. 31fordV860
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  22. BStoltz
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    classic! i love it!
     
  23. shmoozo
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    Yes. Yes, they can.

    They can talk exactly like that.

    :rolleyes:
     
  24. lowtruck
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    That was awesome. I loved the pistons juggling their own rings while standing on a tight-rope. They just don't make them like they used to.

    Thanks for sharing.
     
  25. I wonder how many folks missed the "titanium valve seat inserts...." ? Maybe that should become a sticky for the unleaded fuel fears......
     
  26. Rolleiflex
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    They said tungsten not titanium. Titanium wasn't really used in any great quantity until the 50s and 60s and it was in military applications.
     
  27. Great little film clip - in 1990 at 40 Ford Day at La Palma Park I bought a video of how the 40 was engineered and tested - really cool but I defintely need to get it converted to DVD. Has some great info in it - nicely done too!
     

  28. Your correction is warranted, thank you, sorry for my brain fart. The point, however, still stands regarding the seat material being a very hard substance.
     

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