New to English Fords, from Dearborn to Dagenham

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AMR64
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New to English Fords, from Dearborn to Dagenham

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Greetings,

I have met a few of you in person .... several online .... just want to say hello to everybody

I have wanted a Cortina for the last 40 years!

This one may be a re-shell but it is legit enough for me

it has all the right bits and, to me, it exceeds all of my expectations

The Falcon now seems so huge!

It will soon get the Alan Mann treatment in a full compliment of suspension mods

I consider the Cortina a miniature Falcon .... hope to see you NorCal guys out and about

I have started a Facebook group so I can plan events and drives in and around the SF & Santa Cruz area


https://www.facebook.com/groups/1558021115034697
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How about a group of English Fords on Mustang Day, at the Cobra Experience in Martinez?

https://cobraexperience.org/calendar/ca ... april-2024

hope to see some of you there

Brian Weatherman
bfw15@hotmail.com
peteleo
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Re: New to English Fords, from Dearborn to Dagenham

Post by peteleo »

Welcome to the site, Brian. Members here are very helpful.
I will contact you later regarding parts you were asking me about
Pete
Kiwi Cortina
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Re: New to English Fords, from Dearborn to Dagenham

Post by Kiwi Cortina »

Welcome Brian, Looking forward to meeting you. As I mentioned on another site, I saw your car drive by an event I was attending, and it looked and sounded the part.
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