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Clockdoc
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It’s ALIVE

Post by Clockdoc » Sat Jul 06, 2019 2:54 pm

After five years my 24 Fordor again is moving under its own power! HooRay went for a maiden voyage about a 1/2 mile around town. Starts and runs great. A big thanks to Joe Bell for my engine rebuild. (That Skat cranks sure is smooth). And a big thanks to all of the forum for answering my questions over the years. Even when you didn’t respond to me directly a lot of what has been discussed and posted on this site over the years has been extremely helpful.
Now all I have to do is finish up the body, interior and some glass and I’ll be ready to ride. Today was a big day for me! [image][/image]
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Re: It’s ALIVE

Post by CudaMan » Sat Jul 06, 2019 3:07 pm

Congratulations! :)
Mark Strange
Hillsboro, MO
1924 Cut-off Touring (now a pickup)

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Re: It’s ALIVE

Post by George House » Sat Jul 06, 2019 3:39 pm

What’s wrong with the body?? All you need is a hood ...Looks like you have a fun project ahead. Congrats on the first run 😁
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