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    FEP Supporter 4-barrel Mike's Avatar
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    Default RIP Arjay Miller

    1985 ascMcLaren 5.0 SC Roadster
    My '78 Fairmont build - http://vb.foureyedpride.com/showthre...539-78-Big-Red

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    No 1 Arjay Miller,
    No 2 Jack Reith,
    No 3 George Moore,
    No 4 James Wright,
    No 5 Tex Thornton,
    No 6 Andy Andreson,
    No 7 Charles Bosworth,
    No 8 Ben Mills,
    No 9 Edward Lundy and
    No 10, Robert S. McNamara

    Average age, 77.8 years. Well done fellas!

    http://www.autonews.com/article/2007...-ed-lundy-dies

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    Salute, Gentlemen! Thanks to you all.
    88 Turbo Coupe auto
    88 Turbo Coupe 5spd
    79 Fairmont Futura 4.6
    79 Capri RS - 2.3/5spd restomod
    80 Capri 5.0/5spd project
    79 Zephyr Z7 factory 5.0 sunroof
    79 Pace Car 5.0/5spd project
    85 LTD LX factory 5spd?(not documented)
    86 GT conv 5.0/5spd
    79 Pace Car 2.3/4spd - needs new home

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    101 years old....WOW!!! RIP Arjay.

    Scotty
    1985 Fox Notch 4-banger Ranger tube header Eastwood Royal Blue
    1988 Fox LX 5.0 AOD Vert BBK 170mph speedo Candy Apple Red
    1999 Mustang Coupe V6 Auto Chrome Yellow (My Pop decided to borrow this instead of the Vic "It's too big!"...LOL)
    1996 Crown Vic LX 4.6 Silver "Gort" Daily Driver

    Past Pony's.....
    68 Coupe Inline-6 3-Speed-Man. Primer
    78 II Hatch 302 3-Speed-Auto Sunroof Black
    81 4-Eye Coupe 4-Banger 4-Speed-Man. White

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    A very interesting time in the history of Ford. Looks like he stayed around until the late 60's, which means he was also part of that decade at Ford, which to me is one of the highlight eras in the company's long history. Makes me want to re-read some of my Ford history book(s).
    Bob in Lebanon, TN
    79 original owner six cylinder coupe
    MCA Gold Card judge for 3rd Generation cars

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