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Old 08-15-2006, 08:34 AM
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Default Tom Young's 1960 T-Bird Project continued

I think you all would like to see the progress on Tom Young's 1960 Thunderbird Hardtop. He is a perfectionist. I think it is remarkable how he tries to preserve each of the factory markings that he found on the car, even the ones that will wind up hidden upon final assembly.

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http://squarebirds.org/1960project_t...i/FrameSet.htm

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Old 08-15-2006, 10:02 AM
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This gentleman is uniquely gifted.

Are websites such as this saved anywheres on this forum for future reference Alexander?

I swear, it almost brings a tear to your eye... :-(
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Old 08-15-2006, 10:18 AM
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GOOD GRIEF ! VERY impressive ! makes those of us that restored ours using spray paint and super glue look pretty cheap. :-))

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I'm not worthy to even look at those pics!
WOW!

truly unbelievable.
If I had that car I think I'd be too afraid to drive it. That's a lot of hard work right there only to have some college kid on a cell phone side-swipe ya.

Utterly outstanding work.
A true piece of art.
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>Are websites such as this saved anywheres on this forum for
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I will save it on the main part of the Squarebirds site in the Technical Section.

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Old 08-15-2006, 02:37 PM
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THANX ALEXANDER!

Something like this gentlemans' showing of the restoration is far too important to lose.
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HOLY SMOKES!! I dont think Ford in 1960 put it together as well. That man is a master! Maybe I'll win the lotto and get him to do mine that way.
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