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New guy here!

Actually worked for FORD as a service advisor (Galpin Ford, SoCal area) when the 1978-79's were brand new. Can't believe I actually appreciate them more now than then,...but I do.

My '79 is an XLT with the original build sheet intact (from under seat). Needs a few things, but for her age, she is in remarkable condition!

Glad to find a "group" supporting these "Beasts"!!!

Later!:thumbup
 

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HarryBronco said:
New guy here!

Actually worked for FORD as a service advisor (Galpin Ford, SoCal area) when the 1978-79's were brand new. Can't believe I actually appreciate them more now than then,...but I do.

My '79 is an XLT with the original build sheet intact (from under seat). Needs a few things, but for her age, she is in remarkable condition!

Glad to find a "group" supporting these "Beasts"!!!

Later!:thumbup
Sounds like you aren't too far from us... We are in Pollock Pines:thumbup
 

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HarryBronco said:
New guy here!

Actually worked for FORD as a service advisor (Galpin Ford, SoCal area) when the 1978-79's were brand new. Can't believe I actually appreciate them more now than then,...but I do.

My '79 is an XLT with the original build sheet intact (from under seat). Needs a few things, but for her age, she is in remarkable condition!

Glad to find a "group" supporting these "Beasts"!!!

Later!:thumbup
hey...I am Pete, my nickname is wicked Pete...my account at the auto parts store is called: Wicked Pete's Auto Repair. Wicked as in "good". I would like to talk to you about some stuff...also we have a cabin above Marysville, know where that is? Pete
 
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