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Old 07-13-2016, 06:30 PM
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Default Yellow Rose Classic Car All Fords Show

Here is what Scott Sims ~ ss396t6 had to say regarding his visit to this car show. He also sent me a few pix.

"Last Saturday I went to the Yellow Rose Classic all Ford show in Arlington (Texas). There were several 1957 Thunderbirds including one that someone made into a station wagon but no square birds or bullet birds and only two flair birds, both convertibles. Two late model Thunderbirds."

Yes, I know that I should take my Yellow Rose Of Texas to this show, and show her off, but it is about a 6 hour drive there and at this time of year, I am not gonna make that trip in this heat! Here are the pix Scott sent me. Thanks, Scott!
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At first I thought that you held the show. I know what you mean about the 6 hour drive. Depending on weather, & health, I'm contemplating going to Victoria for the All Ford Day in '17 which would be around 8 hour drive. I really like the '57 T.B. station wagon, looks Kooool.

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Old 07-14-2016, 01:41 AM
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Love the '57 wagon! Very cool.
And I would like an F100 like that to make into roadster- pickup.
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Old 07-14-2016, 12:34 PM
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Now the 57 wagon took awhile to look at as it was very different.
I saw a Mustang wagon that was posted on FB that looked totally wrong
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