SEPTEMBER 21, 2005
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The car won't shoot good because of all the pearl in the paint.
Notice the 1956 license plates that came out of an old courthouse basement in Cortez Colorado.
See, straight as an arrow & absolutely no rust!
Handywork by Don Mueller, Eaton Colorado (970) 454-2955
You can kind of see the pearl in the white in this picture.
The thunderbird emblem is stock and came on the Parklanes with the 292 or 312 cu. in. engines.
The Ford Crest on the door is also stock.
The Parklane script is made of unobtainium!
The interior was done in original style without original materials.
We have a Pioneer deck with 4 speakers and a bazooka bass speaker. (no it's not Nitrous)
There are 3 amplifiers that total 2100 amps so it really "ROCKS". Oldies of course!
This car really doesn't sit crooked. The camera operator is, however!
Notice the white tonneau cover that is also stock.
The dash has never been cut and has no extra holes. Notice the radio delete plate!
The engine is a 292 Thunderbird engine that came stock in the car.
It has 64,000 miles on it and has never been touched internally.
Runs like a top & doesn't burn oil. 202 HP & runs on 85 octane gas.
The dual exhaust was stock. The Pipes & mufflers however, aren't.
The 3 spd overdrive trans is really cool with actually 6 forward speeds.
The 4.27:1 gear ratio lets it come off the line good and with the high
overdrive she'll do over 110 mph with ease!
This is a FUN, FUN car!
This is the correct coloring for the engine
The valve covers have been chromed.