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    Ownership Verified: The More-Door Fairlane, V2!

    Well, as some may have seen, the previous iteration of my Fairlane has, more-or-less bit the dust. More about what happened to it can be seen here This thread is about the replacement, which really, is just more of the same. The short version is that it's a 1967 Ford Fairlane 4-door sedan...
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    Texas People!

    So, it looks like my employer is going to be sending me to San Antonio from Sep 25 through Oct 6. Anyone in the general area interested in meeting up the weekend of the 30th/1st? I'm road-tripping there, so I'll have my car, and I fully intend to drive around, so a trip to the Dallas/Forth...
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    5 3/4 Sealed beam LED replacements

    So, I've currently got some Autopal H4 and H1 replacements in the car, but I've been going through H1 bulbs like candy, and I've seen some clear heat damage. The little tin bulb obscuring thing that is in each light is also loose and rattling around now, so I need to replace the lights anyways...
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    Hesitations and Ignition Related Issues.

    So bringing this out of my Fairlane thread to a place it might actually get seen, I've got an ignition issue with the Fairlane. To quote from the Fairlane thread: And a video of the issue, that I filmed on the first drive after replacing the Distributor Cap and Rotor with Napa Echlin parts...
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    NotLaw's 1984 K5 Blazer Silverado

    So, I finally bought tires for my truck, which has been parked since November 2012, just after when I got my Saab licensed, and brought it down to Cedar City to join the Fairlane. I thought it was time to give it it's own PYC thread, and break it where it was buried in the Fairlane's Thread...
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    Ownership Verified: My 1990 Saab 900 SPG

    Well, where to even begin. My other two cars, the '67 Fairlane, and the '84 Blazer, as much as I love them to death, (and NO, I am not selling either) both need lots of money thrown at them to make them viable daily drivers again. The Fairlane, more or less, needs a transmission, and the blazer...
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    Ownership Verified: 1967 Ford Fairlane 500

    Well, this is my 67 Ford Fairlane 500. Its a 4 door sedan with the 289 (4.7 liter) V8, with a 2 barrel carb on it. I just got it a few months ago (February) and am now using it as my daily :cool: I was told the engine was rebuild, but so far as I can see, whomever did it did a... well, poor job...
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