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    My new 150

    Hi! My first real car in 1970 was a 1957 150 business sedan with no rear seat, no radio and no clock. Fortunately it had a heater. 6 cylinder/3-speed. Earlier this year I bought another 150 to hopefully be my last old car so I can bookend all my rides with 150's. This one is a factory 283/220 horse with a 3-speed but now has a Muncie 4-speed. Again, no radio or clock. It's back on the street after 40+ years of garage storage. It's rough but rust-free and it's mine!DSC00701.JPG

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    Cool! I like it!

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    Many people (including myself) would love to find a 'rough' '57 150 like that one... (Doesn't look too rough to me).. '

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    150s make great classic look hotrods.

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    Thanks! Nice looking '56.

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    Welcome! Nice car! And I like the Econoline van in the background, too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belair-o View Post
    Welcome! Nice car! And I like the Econoline van in the background, too!
    Thanks! I have been driving early Econolines for over 40 years.

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    Sweet '57 150 you have there! I had several '55 business coupes over the years and the 150 business coupe remains my favourite body style.

    What are your plans for your newest 150?

    Happy Motoring,

    Harry

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    Quote Originally Posted by enigma57 View Post
    Sweet '57 150 you have there! I had several '55 business coupes over the years and the 150 business coupe remains my favourite body style.

    What are your plans for your newest 150?

    Happy Motoring,

    Harry
    Gonna make sure everything works and then drive it for a year before I fix up the interior. The amateur body and paint may stay that way for years as I plan to make it a regular use driver alongside my rat van.

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    Great looking 57 , I'm just up the road from you


    Thanks Sid

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