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    Brochure For Your First Car

    Brochure For Your First Car




    This is really cool. Find your first car or the one you drove to high school or college; hopefully your car brochure is available.
    This has to be one of the neatest web sites whether you have gasoline in your veins or not.
    This is a website featuring the original factory brochures for nearly every American car you have ever owned.
    Pick the manufacturer, the year and the model. Click on the link:
    www.lov2xlr8.no/broch1.html

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    Re: Brochure For Your First Car

    1948 Plymouth Coupe....Not available.

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    Re: Brochure For Your First Car

    Pretty cool mine was 51 1/2 ton Ford p-up 53 Merc flathead, truck was built by Hardtop racers for a give away prize, was Really cool bright yellow, brown leather interior.The only problem was it ate starters. Put a pair of bucket seats behind the cab and made sure I had enough people along to jump out and push to start when needed. Had original horn a aooga horn and a Bermuda bell to get the ladies attention. Ended up trading for a 58 impala convertible. What days and times those were.

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    Re: Brochure For Your First Car

    Next I had a 1960 Ford Starliner.

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    Re: Brochure For Your First Car

    Next was this little sports car 1964 Alfa Romeo Guilietta

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    Re: Brochure For Your First Car



    Next was a 1964 Chevelle SS...This is the car I wish I had now!
    Last edited by hooks; 02-10-2019 at 06:11 PM.
    Catch ya later ... hooks

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    Re: Brochure For Your First Car

    Quote Originally Posted by dennis l View Post
    Pretty cool mine was 51 1/2 ton Ford p-up 53 Merc flathead, truck was built by Hardtop racers for a give away prize, was Really cool bright yellow, brown leather interior.The only problem was it ate starters. Put a pair of bucket seats behind the cab and made sure I had enough people along to jump out and push to start when needed. Had original horn a aooga horn and a Bermuda bell to get the ladies attention. Ended up trading for a 58 impala convertible. What days and times those were.
    That's cool! My uncle used to drive one too. You won't see those vintage flathead truck parts that often nowadays.

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