Re: [DML] DMC (Texas) Wallpaper image for August 2005 and other SScars
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Re: [DML] DMC (Texas) Wallpaper image for August 2005 and other SScars

The article about stainless Fords that James provided concludes saying 
examples of the 1936 Sedan, the 1960 Thunderbird, and the 1967 Lincoln 
Continental are on display at the Crawford museum here in Cleveland.  
Oddly, it does not mention that the VIN 500 DeLorean is on display with 

The Crawford's library includes a considerable breadth of information 
about all of these cars.  I combed through it and read many pages of 
their history for an article I wrote for DeLorean World (Volume 16, 
#1).  That article included only the most interesting bits of 
information from 20+ pages of notes I took.  For example the story of 
the abuse taken by those '36 Fords during WWII is pretty amazing; it 
gives me great faith in my DeLorean's stainless body.  The three 
stainless Lincolns were made in 1967, but they were fitted out with 
different trim packages (I think two were actually finished as '68s, 
though my memory is fuzzy on the numbers).

I could go on all day in this off topic discussion.  If anyone wants to 
know more about this topic contact me offline or buy me a drink in Chicago.

- Mike Substelny

James Espey wrote:

>A couple people have asked about the image used in this month's 
>wallpaper image:
>More info on the stainless Fords can be found here:

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