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  1. ENUF 41
    Joined: Dec 24, 2016
    Posts: 201

    ENUF 41
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    Purchased a 41 Ford Pickup in June, drove home from Pismo Beach 800 miles to Payson AZ, been working on little things ever since.
    Stumbled on to the site searching for ideas on headliner installation. Some great posts.

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  2. Merry Christmas, And welcome to the HAMB. Post some pictures of your truck. Is it stock or a rod?Ron...
     
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  3. ol-nobull
    Joined: Oct 16, 2013
    Posts: 1,653

    ol-nobull
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    Hi & welcome. 41 was a great year for all vehicles and all are prized. The 41 & 42 models were abut the end of the fantastic art deco styling that vehicle makers were so into with all their fantastic styling. Then came the blah years for cars & trucks during WW2 and then following the War makers went into some really toned down styling until the Jet age of the mid 50's. A few 46 - 48's still kept some of the old art deco but then it totally went away. End of the greatest styling era for American vehicles. Now it's all plastic. UGH.
    Post some photo's when you can.
    Jimmie
     
  4. ENUF 41
    Joined: Dec 24, 2016
    Posts: 201

    ENUF 41
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  5. ENUF 41
    Joined: Dec 24, 2016
    Posts: 201

    ENUF 41
    Member

    Merry Christmas, to all. Will post some pics when I figure out how to post

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  6. ENUF 41
    Joined: Dec 24, 2016
    Posts: 201

    ENUF 41
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    350 Chev, Muncie , Mustang 2, 8" Ford, working on interior, and bed flooring.
    We had a 1928 Ford roadster, full show car, that we sold in 1983.
    We were walking through the Von s parking lot in Grover Beach CA, this past March, spied the 41, finally purchased in June, drove her home, 110 degrees going across the desert, air 2 Windows 70 mph. Big smile all the way.

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  7. ENUF 41
    Joined: Dec 24, 2016
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    ENUF 41
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  8. ENUF 41
    Joined: Dec 24, 2016
    Posts: 201

    ENUF 41
    Member

    Jimmie, I see that your an Inliner, I helped Build A Vintage Angila roadster along with a group of 55+ old guys, with a 302/321 GMC for Bonnieville, that holds a few records, also have a buddy building and interesting 27 T roadster with a 302 Wayne head 12 port, trying to talk him into signing up for this site
     
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  9. firebrrat
    Joined: Jun 26, 2010
    Posts: 100

    firebrrat
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    from Payson Az

    Hey there nice looking 41. I live in Payson also if you need any help PM me. You may have seen my two As running around town. John [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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  10. ENUF 41
    Joined: Dec 24, 2016
    Posts: 201

    ENUF 41
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    Thanks John, You have one of my favorite As, We owned a 28 Roadster Pickup from 1967 till 1983, first build $1500 invested 4-5 year build, so much fun, my wife and I had a blast for some years, than I decided to make it real nice, 10 year rebuild unknown cost, no fun after that sold it in 1983. No hot rod till June of this year, looking to have fun again, hope to see you out and about.
     
  11. Great truck, ENUF 41 and very cool "A"'s firebrrat.
     
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  12. Hello and welcome to the H.A.M.B. enjoy your ride!!!
     
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