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[OM] Re: Digital decisions - Thank you. Now - Totally off topic on old F

Subject: [OM] Re: Digital decisions - Thank you. Now - Totally off topic on old Fords
From: "James N. McBride" <jnmcbr@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2006 11:15:33 -0700
Dean Hansen and I have been discussing this and I'm not sure. It could be
that it was a 1931 but purchased in 1932. My dad and all his siblings are
gone so there is no way to find out. For you car buffs, my wife's
grandmother was a Hupp from the family that manufactured the Hupmobile cars.
They stopped production in 1940. /jmac

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In a message dated 3/9/2006 12:50:19 AM Central Standard Time,
jnmcbr@xxxxxxx writes:

I like  my E-1 and really must learn to use it one of these days. Perhaps
nothing  will ever match the delightful simplicity of the OM-1 though.
/jmac

Jim, your earlier posting about your grandfathers 32 Model A Ford has
banged
around in my head for a day or so and what I'm about to say makes
absolutely
no difference and could even be wrong.  I believe his 32  Ford roadster was
a
Model B, rather than a Model A unless it had the  V-8 engine which I think
were designated as a Model 18.  As I said it makes  no difference.  I'd love
to
have either a Model A or B or 18 roadster . . .  but I'd probably trade in
on
something really special like a Studebaker  open bodied car of the same era.
Bill Barber






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