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Old 04-30-2012, 12:28 PM
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My 1960 Mercury M100

Finally brought her home last Wednesday. I can't wait to start tearing it apart.

My iPhone's camera lens is pretty scratched up so the photos are crap. Will have better ones soon.

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Nice find StatikPulse, where did you discover it? It looks like it is still driveable.
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That is a sweet find. That is going to be an awesome project!
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Thanks guys. Found it in a small town about 2 hours away from Ottawa. The guy I bought it from got it from a farmer about 5 years ago who was driving it daily at the time. It's been sitting ever since so it'll need some work to get her up and running again.
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Wow, nice snag there! I've seen a few of these at car shows... They have a lot of potential IMHO. It looks like this one needs much less work than most. Keep the pictures coming!
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Way cool, I love Mercs, want one.
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Nice Fridge. It shouldn't get away from you with those blocks! The seat looks great. Cool to see the radio as well.
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Some more progress....

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Picked up a shop manual in great shape.

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Now the work begins! Overall it looks fairly good! That book will save a lot of head scratching
BTW Welcome, its good to have another Canuc-n-fridge in the desert.
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That's an awesome truck! Welcome to the world of the orphan truck, looks like you have a great start. Keep us posted. We love pictures.
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Thanks guys! I'll make sure to update this thread as I go.
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