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Old 03-22-2005, 10:08 PM
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obsolete ford parts???

Hi guys, I am new here but not new to Fords, it's all I have ever driven. Anyway I was looking for the website to a company formerly known as Obsolete Ford Parts in OKC. I pretty sure that they changed their name but I don't know what they changed it to.
Now for the introductions. My name is Daniel, I live in Stillwater OK, I am originally from McAlester OK. My "running ride" is a 93 F250 4X4. My current project is a 1950 F-1, among others on the waiting list. I just turned 27 a couple of weeks ago. I have been married for almost 9yrs have 3 daughters age 6, 4, 13mo and will have a son here in July.
I hope to get to know many of you guys and gals and would like to be enlightened on joining your chapter.
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Old 03-22-2005, 10:38 PM
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hey Daniel, thanx for stopping by our chapter..... joining is easy, just go to the oklahoma chapter on the main forum index and click "join chapter", then when Stan gets back in town he will register your name.....Classic Car/ Obsolete Ford Parts is still here in okc off I-35, north sw 89th st. on the west service road. its name is now just Classic Car Auto, but they still have some good old Ford parts, im not sure how their price ranges are anymore, but last i was there( a couple years ago) they werent too bad.......well, thanx again for stopping by, hope to see you on the boards.......
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Welcome aboard, Daniel! We're always glad to have new faces and members join us. That's a nice looking F1. Do you still have it, or do you have a different one that you're working on? Sounds like you got your hands full. There's quit a few of us here married with young kids. In fact there's a pretty good mix of members here in OK. I would love to see some pics of your F1 that you're currently working on. Mine is very very slowly getting modified into a street rod. (I need more time and $$)
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(I need more time and $$)
Thats the story of my life. lol
Unfortunatly thanks to stupid people I no longer have the 49 in the pic. Local tire shop guy backed his 1 ton flatbed out in front of me. Completely tosted. The sad part is that he even had someone standing behind him backing him up. Dunno how you could mis a big blue truck. but at least no one got hurt.
If you look closly in the pic you will see a primered 50 in the background. My dad broght that home when I was 10 or so and never got around to doing anything with it. I am just getting started and when I get some pics I will be sure and post them.
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Old 03-23-2005, 08:29 AM
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Here is the link you were looking for http://www.classicautoparts.com/They are located right next to I35 at the 89th st exit in OKC.

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hey daniel, welcome to FTE.

I know Classic auto is a great place, has great people, and great merchandise, but.....
if you visit dennis carpenter, or LMC, you may find all your parts at a better price, although you won't get the satisfaction of coming to OKC and talking face to face with the wonderful people at Classic Auto.

I personally won't do buisness with them.... for personal reasons.

anyway, welcome aboard!!!! and come to some of the get togethers, we'd all love to meet you in person.

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