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Old 06-15-2014, 01:03 AM
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Finally got her! Whata think?! I need some skirts tho!!


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Old 06-15-2014, 04:47 AM
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Interesting that in black, looks like top might be chopped an inchish. Though it aint, I like the impression.
Is a beauty
In this case with silver wheel covers and wide whites (cool) against black. I am thinking no skirts. Have to see with/without to know for sure. More energetic appearance this way?
Interior looks great, pipes look great.
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Old 06-15-2014, 10:52 AM
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Hi Drew! She looks beautiful! What really sets off a black Squarebird is the external chrome kit I think. It is like dressing it up in a tuxedo! Something you might think about. As for fender skirts, I like mine on Rose. Here are a couple of pix to look at, including some with the external chrome kit in place. Headlight covers, air scoop, curved tail fin pieces, and "eyebrows" above the tail lights. Finally, a shot of yours without the external chrome package, and the fender skirts, for comparison.
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Old 06-15-2014, 03:58 PM
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Your car looks beautiful.
I would quickly take the Club off your steering wheel. They simply cut through the steering wheel, cuz it's easy to do, and slide the Club off.

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Good as she looks, there is one trim enhancement I suggest.
Did this same thing to my 60 Tbird.
Have front piece of hood air scoop chrome plated.

My recollection is that factory offered a dress up option of: chrome valve covers + chrome hood scoop.
Others here otta know more about that than I do.

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She looks great. I might repaint your aircleaner the correct "off-white" color, the valve covers yellow, & the fan blade/voltage regulator cover back to a semi-gloss black. The power steering cap should be a light agrent gray, as well as, your shift linkages. You could repaint the 2 hood latches this color too?

I would also recommend a decal kit for you Sunray wheel cover spokes. The problem is Birders have had a hard time getting in touch with John Draxler at the T-Bird Ranch these days. These should all have a black inlay- It really makes a visual difference...

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