1967 Ford Squire wagon restoration

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  1. Dr B Smith

    Dr B Smith Well-Known Member

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    Proper wheels and wheel covers!

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    Looks absolutely spectacular with the right wheel covers on her! I commented on the Facebook group as well. The finishing touch!
     
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    NICE Doc !!!!!!!
    now she looks restored !!!(y)
     
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    Quality JOB ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!! Congrats! :clap:
     
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    We took third place at the all ford show on Sunday class all ford passenger cars up to 1967. It was a huge class with some fantastic and perfect Fords. We were honored that we even got third place.

    1st place mid 60's mint black Ford Starliner
    2nd place mint red/white 59 Galaxie 500
    3rd place the wagon!
     
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    Congratulations on the Show award.
    You never expect those, but it sure is a peasant surprise when you get one!
    Car is beautiful; love the color.
     
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    All Ford Car show at Shults Ford in Harmarville PA
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    You earned that recognition with your commitment to doing it right. The car is gorgeous. It would be nice to see it in person but even in the pictures it is extremely pretty.
     
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    Congrats Doc :1st:

    Now when are you taking it to the all Ford Nationals in Carlisle?
     
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    I am going really try to make that next year! I have heard the same 67 ford squire has won every year for over 5 years. That should be fun parking next to him.
     
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    I think that car was not there this year.
    There was a nice blue '66 CS and it placed 3rd. I was shocked to get 2nd in the Station Wagon category. When the public is choosing I think these things are hard to predict. It is an incredible show to attend.
     
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    I just looked at the 2013 results and Mark Demarco took third place. That is the first time I see that he didn't get first. It looks like the Wagon category is getting popular.

    1st place Daniel Bauer 1955 Ford Ranch Wagon
    2nd Place Brian Pinsent 1967 Ford Ranch Wagon (forum member Bpinsent)
     
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    congrats Doc.... some tough competition for sure:yup:
     
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    1966 ford fairlane squire

    i have a squire that has the simulated wood trim. I need some new chrome "buttons" for the faux wood trim.p

    Do you know where i can buy them?

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    Steve miles
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    Steve,
    The chrome buttons came in a set with the rubber grommet, machine screw with clip and the chrome button. I ordered this from http://www.restorationspecialties.com/

    The wood grain came from woodgrain4wagons.com
    I found that the woodgrain from the above company was the best match to the original.

    Good luck,
    Brian
     

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