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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old Dec 28th, 19, 09:58 AM Thread Starter
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Door panel artifacts

Like looking in the attic your parents/grandparents house opening up parts of a car that hasnít been touched in 20-30 or even 50 years youíre bound to find something interesting.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old Dec 28th, 19, 11:40 AM
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I little off topic but I built a 5.0 injected 67 mustang my grandmother bought brand new at Loundsbury Ford in Coquille OR. When I was building the car I found a stamped steel bottle opener under the underlayment on the side of the transmission tunnel. The bottle opener was stamped Canadian Pacific Hotel. Did some quick internet work and one of the beautiful Canadian Pacific Hotels was located due north in Toronto.

I can only surmise it fell out of shirt pocket of an assembly line worker back in the day. Kind of a cool part of my tool collection now.

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Re: Door panel artifacts

Worst care of speaker butchery I ever bought (really cheap!!) was a 1971 Mach I that had 21 speakers and the interior done in black furry carpet, like some people used for bathroom throw rugs. Needless to say, someone actually must have liked it. I guess more than one person liked it, cause I had no trouble selling it. Wow, just wow.

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Worst care of speaker butchery I ever bought (really cheap!!) was a 1971 Mach I that had 21 speakers and the interior done in black furry carpet, like some people used for bathroom throw rugs. Needless to say, someone actually must have liked it. <img src="https://www.camaros.net/forums/images/smilies/sad.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Sad" class="inlineimg" /> I guess more than one person liked it, cause I had no trouble selling it. Wow, just wow.
There must have been a lot of mariachi music played in that car before you acquired it.

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It did have the plastic pipe organ looking things spouting out of a few of them if that is any clue.

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I little off topic but I built a 5.0 injected 67 mustang my grandmother bought brand new at Loundsbury Ford in Coquille OR. When I was building the car I found a stamped steel bottle opener under the underlayment on the side of the transmission tunnel. The bottle opener was stamped Canadian Pacific Hotel. Did some quick internet work and one of the beautiful Canadian Pacific Hotels was located due north in Toronto.

I can only surmise it fell out of shirt pocket of an assembly line worker back in the day. Kind of a cool part of my tool collection now.
Did you immediately start using it? If so for how long? Great conversation starter for sure.
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Did you immediately start using it? If so for how long? Great conversation starter for sure.
Hangs on the side handle of the tool box and receives regular attention...
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