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Old 02-27-2005, 01:07 PM
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Henry,

Great start on your web page (http://www.squarebirds.org/users/HenryFord/index.htm). I couldn't see the pictures though. You'll have to get Alexander to link it to the Members Webpages.

Your story about how you came to get your Squarebird is similar to mine and probably others -

I tell my wife that she is really responsible for all of this (which she neither admits or denies, just gives me this peculiar look). It is the result of her changing jobs as a dental hygienist and my traveling a different route for dental appointments. When I was going to a dental appointment directly from work one day I drove by the car beside the road with a For Sale sign on it,rubber necking all the way. On my way back to work I stopped and looked at it. From there I took several more looks and finally talked with the owner who operates a body shop at the same location. We bantered back and forth and finally agreed on a price.

A little different though is that I bought the car knowing I would need to do some unibody work, which I am still trying to get the time to do......


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I agree, it is a great story. There are probably many great stories on how people aquired their Thunderbird.

If anyone needs help building a member website, you can contact me, and I will help you.

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