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1966 7 Litre


76D M B6 12K 55 4 4

Registry #1146

Dale Elhoff

   Dale purchased his car at the Iola WI car show from a DuQuoin IL dealer that had it for sale there in 1992. It was built October 13 1965 and was in DSO 55 (St. Louis MO) which suggests that car was sold in Southern IL or Eastern MO area. The Ownercard has Robert Powers from Rollo MO on it. The previous owner when he got it was Robert A Manis from West Frankfort IL. It has PS, PB, P six way driver seat, Day/night mirror, Deluxe remote drivers mirror and top does have glass rear window. He added Deluxe passenger mirror and Stainless door edge guards. The car was originally Parchment interior but some one changed it to Red prior to his purchase. He has done some painting and detailing under the hood. Some of the moldings I have replaced with better ones. Car was pictured in a article in Classic Auto Restorer Magazine the September 1995 addition.

1966 7 Litre


76D Z B8 25L 25 4 5

Registry #1048

Ken Frederick

  Close to 25 years ago, Ken began restoration work on his 7-Litre convertible 428 4 spd. He was hoping it would be a father/sons project but neither of his two boys took an interest in wrenches. The car has been inside for all those years, it's been repainted, new dash and a new top installed. He has done some of the work on the car, He has all of the parts plus more, and he doesn't remember exactly how the thing should go back. Sealers, weather stuff etc. He just doesn't remember what screws and bolts go where. So he is slowly looking at getting her all reassembled. Certainly worth the effort considering how rare a convertible 4speed in Sage gold is!

1966 7 Litre


76D T 86 29K 44 4 4

Registry #1085

Richard Hoff

 One of the few "longest running" original owners of a 1966 Ford 7-Litre! Ordered by original and present owner, Richard Hoff, from Fairway Ford, Alexandria, MN, and built according to owner's specifications on 10/29/65 at the Chicago, IL, assembly plant for the Twin Cities district office. It underwent a body off restoration from 2001-2003 and has been updated regularly since. It was the subject of a centerfold article in the Volume 35, Issue 1, January/February, 2018, issue of the Galaxie Gazette. Options include: Power Steering, AM Radio, Console-Mounted Stereosonic 8 Track Tape Player, Reverberator

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