'58 Ranchero

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  1. Charlie Dawson

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  2. Huevos

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    Nice, Classic.
     
  3. 5.0 Chero

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    Now thats a nice Ranchero.............
     
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    Very very Nice Chero :D:):cool:
     
  5. Charlie Dawson

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    Thanks, Yea, I'm stuck in the 50s..'58 Chero is a 312, Tri power, automatic. Most of my cars are mid to late 50s, some early '60s. I did get into a spell with '64 1/2 "D" code Mustangs..did 5 of them over the years, currently shopping for a '65 "A" code Fastback (engine optional) as I have a correct '65 289 engine all dressed up and nowhere to go.
    Fords I currently have: (not braggin, this is my answer to the F--ked Up Stock Market)
    '63 & 58 Rancheros
    56 Victoria 2 door HT, 292 4 BBL automatic Stock
    57 Thunderbird 312, 2X4 BBL 3 speed, OD
    57 Victoria 2 door HT 292 4BBL automatic (currently working on)
    64 1/2 "D" code Mustang conv. automatic

    My weaker passion are Chevrolets..again, I think $$ invested in classics is better than $$ invested in the Market.
    Currently have:
    57 Bel Air 2 door HT Coupe 283 Power Pack 4 BBL automatic
    57 Bel Air Convertible 283 Power Pack 4BBL 3 speed
    57 Bel Air NOMAD 283 Power Pack 4 BBL automatic..
    57 Corvette clone: correct NOS 57 body moulded on to a 84 corvette body
    63 Impala SS Conv, 327/300 automatic
    63 Nova SS Conv. currently under restoration (adding 283 4 speed)
    and somehow I ended up with a 64 GTO 389 tri power 4 speed coupe
     
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    Sounds like a nice collection!
     
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    WOW, looks like a very Nice Investment, way better than stock's for sure.
    I for one would like to see some pic's of Your stable:)
    All brands are ok, as long as the Ford Family comes first :D
    You're a lucy guy that has the posibility to have such a Nice colection.:)
     
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    Now that is a nice one :cool:

    Greg
     
  9. ribald1

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    It's always good to see them done right.
     
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    what edelbrock intake is that? 553 or 573?

    cool you kept the Y in there. looks like you have a weakness for late 50's and early 60's american steel. cool.

    post up a pic of the 57 Vick.
     
  11. Clark

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    Very nice. I haven't seen a '58 in some time.

    Where is yours again Hillbilly?
     
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    Nice collection! Where do you store all those? I'd love to walk through a collection like that!
     
  13. Charlie Dawson

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    Love the air cleaner!
     

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