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New owner of 2 tr3’s

slib

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I just acquired 2 tr3's. One 3/4 apart with the intent to rebuild it with his son. That didn't happen. The other was purchased during this process and is still completely together...just missing gauges.
The car I intend to put back together is a 1960... Still waiting on papers to try to figure out more. That's why I was searching forms... figure out what I have :smile: Doesn't appear identification is as easy as an American car. #s on each are... ts63664L - 1960 or so wide mouth. The other is ts53945L which has a small mouth, flush to front nose. That's all I have really learned so far... lol Wide mouth and small mouth. Any enlightenment would be fantastic. intent is to pull engine and tranny out of 1960 and look to rebuild... not worth a rebuild if they don't run and move. I’m 59.. have restored a 78 Trans Am and a 65 mustang convertible.
 
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Thanks Tom- looks like I have a 59 and a 60. Let the hard work begin. Engine and tranny first I think. Speedo said 47k miles.. doesn't seem like a lot, but I think I better head inside and see what I got
 
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