Chris Casny's 1959 Ford

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Overlooking Hollywood around 2001. Photo by Chris Casny.
Photo by Chris Casny.
Photo by Chris Casny.
Photo by Chris Casny.
Photo by Chris Casny.
Photo by Chris Casny.
Photo by Chris Casny.
Photo by Chris Casny.

1959 Ford Thunderbird owned by Chris Casny of Hollywood, California. It was bought in the late 1990's at the Pomona swap meet. It had already been lowered and had pearl white paint. The car looked white on cloudy days but on sunny days, the pearl really showed. Chris added disk brakes because he could not get this thing to stop with the stock brakes. 15" chrome steel wheels from Mooneyes where added and he considered it done. The engine had been replaced with a 390 Ford that included a hot cam. The car was sold to Sweden in 2002 or 2003.[1]


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