Wow, I thought mine was in great shape, but this beats me ! Congratulations
Thanks! I was honored to have my car selected for the movie. Miss Parton is as gracious as she is lovely.
Super Cool @eboose7. I live in East Tennessee where Dolly got her start!
I meant next month (December) haha Getting ahead of myself!
Thank you so much
How could I possibly not make this a photo of the week this month? haha Love it.
You can't tease us with just one photo @Steve Springer! lol Add some more.
Thanks Dave and I will keep posting them. No gonna be perfect but it is a labor of love.
Jeffrog . . . hats off to you! This looks major! My first car was a '66 TBird (back in the last millennium). It was 5 years old when I bought it, right out of high school. That car was way ahead of its time. We drove that car from one end of this country to the other. The only trouble I had with it was some weird intermittent electrical issues. Kudos for taking on this project. Keep the pic's coming!
@CSPIDY I'm going to make you the photo of the week Monday, so if you have anymore photos to upload, go ahead and add them.
Yes sir, more photos coming!!!
Great photo! Can you upload some more or do you just have the one photo? I will probably put you on next week's photo of the week. @chiefs
The mileage is now 97, 400 kilometers (November 8th, 2016)
The car is put away in the garage covered up for the winter
Regardless, the car is beautiful. It looks like it is going 100 m.p.h. sitting still!
eboose7, Thank you. Car is 2004 so it's not a 2002 N-M car. Interior is similar to N-M car as it's partial-white. I do have one of the 200 original Neiman-Marcus satin silver hardtops that I found in a St. Louis warehouse.
Good looking bird, just like mine and I bought it in Florida in 2011,
Is this a modification of a Neiman Marcus car? Anyway, I love what you have done with it. It looks sinister and that is meant as a compliment. Great job!
Beautiful, what size engine?
The car is a 2005 50th Anniversary. Thank you for the attention!
Jaguar designed the AJ35 engine and some parts were changed for Jaguar. Engine itself has been modified and dyno-tuned. Visible Jaguar parts are engine cover and coil covers.
What did you do to the engine?
What is that engine?
You are the photo of the week @jrbake! Congrats. What year is your car?
That is absolutly ADORABLE ! And so are you. Looks like Im not the only one having fun with my car. Beautiful Beautiful car.
OWIEEEE that hurts my feelings. Im impressed though at your ingenuity.
I have one just like this. 14,000 miles. I would like to sell mine as I don't have occasion to drive. Perfect condition!
im taking out the 352fe and put a 351w with fmx
New wheels, yes or no
I see you have a tonneau cover on your car. I like it. I have a 66 conv. and would like to install one on it. Do you have any leads to obtaining and installing one on my Blue Bird?
Lovely car, what size engine ?
The seats look like new, almost,
88 tbird 5.0 H/O
THE WORK CONTINUES
More pics please
Thanks for the compliment, I also have a 1967 Shelby GT 500 just a shade or two lighter then the T-Bird in my man cave.
Nice color combination.
Looks great! Beautiful automobile <3
The only thing I can offer is I thought of painting the hardtop on my wife's '05 white until I saw another and it didn't look good at all. I think the shade of white was wrong and it looked terrible. You should be very careful with the shade of what ever color you use so you aren't sorry about the change and the cost.