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How Cool is this? Wagon Tailgate Emblem I'll do a how-to on this, but had to post this picture. This is the tailgate emblem for my Falcon Wagon. I had given some thought to welding the holes for this piece, then thought, no... all the chrome is cool, and I'm keeping the back-up lights.  The problem is that this plastic piece was WHOOPED!! Cracked, faded, you name it, it was terrible and wouldn't be allowed on my tailgate next to the killer power-drop-glass ...
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How-To: Ford Falcon 4-Lug Disc Brake Install Installing Disc Brakes for my Falcon Wagon Cruiser   If you've been to MyRideisMe.com much, you've seen my 1963 Ford Falcon Wagon Build. This might be one of the slowest builds in history, but hey, I'm doing it myself or with the help of friends and my pops. Not often enough, I escape from reality in the smell of grinding metal or the buzz of a MIG. Ahh... you with me?   One project I've wanted to do ...
Ford Falcon Shelby Drop How-To: Handle it! Drop's Good Enough for Shelby are Great for Me! Well, I finally got it done! After tons research, probably too much, and asking around about what's commonly known as the "Shelby Drop", if braved the Arizona summer and dropped my 1963 Ford Falcon wagon. Wish I could tell you how it handles, but it's still a project. Why the Shelby Drop? To find out, I did some checking in with my Falcon and Mustang buddies at ...
Ford Falcon Gas Cap- Could it be in a Worse Place? Ford Falcon Gas Door Relocation - No More Gas Cap As I continue to fill you in on the progress of my 1963 Ford Falcon wagon build/restoration/customization/marathon, feel free to follow along here:  1963 Ford Falcon Wagon Build I had someone ask me about what I did on the gas filler door on my 63 Falcon Wagon after seeing it painted. Here's the update on that... Could there have been a worse place to put the ...
60s Ford Falcon Wagon - Tailgate Treasure Restored 1963 Ford Falcon Power Tailgate or Squire Trim For those of you following along at home, I've been SLOWLY wrenching on my 1963 Ford Falcon wagon in between creating the website you've found here, MyRideisMe.com. I decided to fill you in on a couple details of what I've been up to. (see, I'm doing something!) On display this time is the crown jewel of my Falcon wagon, the chrome tailgate bezel found on Falcon Squire ...
I'm a Car Guy! (not a web guy) I'm a car guy, not a web guy.   Yes, I've spent the last 3 years making MyRideisMe.com and spending a huge portion of my limited free time on the computer, but it's all been worth it. The community's growing, sponsorship is growing and that means there'll be more free stuff (see the freebies stories) and more content for everyone to enjoy.   That said, I had to spend some time in the garage this ...
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