Bob, that's a clever out. Since you now have created your own Falcon site do you still feel a need to patch those rear qtrs at the wheel wells?
I actually like your Falcon, I think it is sharp looking. That look with the wheel wells rounded is an acquired taste and taboo by many a Falcon owner but then some guys also have hang up about the color of paint that someone will apply to their car as I/we have seen here on these pages in the past.
Some one on this forum has the quote in their signature " Anybody can restore a classic, takes a man to cut one up”
Good luck with the new site, I have a 63 as well so I will be dropping by.
No, I don't know if I would have ever put the panels on the car as much as I would like to have them on hand if I ever wanted to.I knew about a pair of panels at a local pic. and pull a few years ago and my hesitation to get them lost them.the car is now more than lickly in a Toyota,
they sent it to the shreader.
<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: bob1963 on 11/3/06 11:57am ]</font>
Don't fell that way Murff, put me in your favorites and stop by on ocasion.I'm unsure what direction we may go with the year and hoarsepower of the Falcon as of yet.Your 1968 may still have a place at the site.
OK Bob I will, I think you really got something going. Looking great, and it makes me jealous. BTW those wheel wells kinda grow on ya. If you know what I mean. Anyone not familiar with the Falcon might think they are natural.
Murff, love your signature. I have the shirt that it may have come from(Posie) and I wear it all the time.
Went to the falcon link but was not able to see any of the pictures. My body is building a 63 I think? and I will let know about the site.