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Old 09-19-2011, 04:39 AM
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pretty different looking grill! I like it. (the Grill)
I dont know about the way the hood is pancaked, or ?? whatever you'd call it. but still looks like lots of work went into it.

some other nice cars trucks there too!
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I never realized how much of a fan of "dunk tanks" I was til now!

I really liked the slammed Rolls/Bentley with the WWWs and red wheels...classic.
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Old 09-19-2011, 10:14 AM
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I liked the grill too. So, how did you do at the dunking tank?
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I'll be the dissenting voice, I like the stock ones better. I think that Lincoln Zephyr sedan looked good, but it would have looked great if it hadn't been down in the weeds. Wheels should fit the wheel opening, not be buried up under the fenders...
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If we're talking about the grill on the f1, it's nice work and looks good... I also didn't like how the hood was cut, and that the wider fenders... I'm going to guess that it is on a newer full size frame...
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Grill is OK - I wouldnt use it though, I like the old grill better. I like to be different too but I just cant come up with something better than what Ford did. I did not care for the hood either but that my opinion.
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I like the original grill better,that's one looks like it may be made up from 49 ford passenger car parts. The hood is kinda neat ,but i can see it being a harder job to work on the engine. Tilt front I would like ,other than that i like original look,but that's just me. JIM
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The 'wha tizzit' questions will never end for the owner of that one! or.... is it real... is it real... is it real. I can just picture this guy at a car show, same questions all day long.
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I liked the 65 buick riv but i did not like that green that was on it
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I enjoyed all the pics, looks like a good time was had by all .Thank you, and the HAMB, for making it possible. (you have to give credit where credit is due)
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Interesting grill treatment, I like it. I probably wouldn't do anything like that, but I like it

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i like the grill but the rest of the truck dont do it for me and im a very big buick fan and the riv is nice
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