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  1. Dave R
    11-09-2010 04:27 PM - permalink
    Dave R
    Brad,
    Thanks for the reply. I didn't get the squire and have put my project on hold. I have a house in a different state that needs to sell. We're crunching money now so time to put cars on the back burner. The squire will be there as it has been for awhile. Most people nowadays are still into the 2 door fastback stuff and let the 4 doors whither so I can pick them up. We'll see someday if I can start back onto the project. Thanks for the response. Good luck with the cars.

    Dave
  2. nailz
    10-08-2010 11:50 PM - permalink
    nailz
    Hey Dave, I bought the car with the TT's on it, so i dont know the backspacing etc. The pic is photoshopped that low! Its getting 2" lower springs and lowered leafs so i will let you know how that works out. My plan is to also run bags on the car, just not as low (laying frame) as my Galaxie convertible. Im building the wagon for my fiancee.
    Did you end up buying the Squire?
    The modular motors are supposed to be really good, especially the 4 valve so thats a good choice.
    take care~~Brad

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  • About Dave R
    Where you live
    Cheyenne Wyoming
    Interests
    Bow hunting, hot rods, campingn riding our 4wheelers
    Occupation
    MSgt USAF MMIII ICBM's
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    63 Fairlane 4 door
    (R&C MII,Vortech Si,4.6 DOHC/4R70W,8.8")
    07 F150 SCREW King Ranch 5.4

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07-29-2017
08:07 PM - RAGGAREN quoted Dave R in post Re: finally a build thread on my 63 Fairlane
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12-04-2015
04:10 PM - 13InchTires quoted Dave R in post Re: Tacky stuff under 63 500 side trim???
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