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Falcon Picture & Specification Round & Square Body

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Falcon Picture & Specification Round & Square Body

Post #1 by SCC » Mon Apr 07, 2008 6:08 pm

While stuck in the house this winter I put some pictures, illustrations, diagrams, suspension, I6 motors, interior, carburetor, wheel covers and spec sheets in photobucket of round body Falcons as well as the square body Falcons. I thought I would share this info with those who like looking at the pictures of Falcons as well as working on them.

Here is the index page;
http://s223.photobucket.com/albums/dd56/BigSam_012/
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Post #2 by LaGrasta » Tue Apr 08, 2008 10:45 am

Wow, thanks!
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Post #3 by cobraguy » Tue Apr 08, 2008 12:24 pm

Hmmmm I sense a sticky. Good stuff
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Post #4 by jamyers » Tue Apr 08, 2008 12:27 pm

Googly Moogly! THANKS!
I'm loving those Roundbody Rancheros with the 2-tone sides.

This needs to be a sticky.
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Post #5 by Bort62 » Tue Apr 08, 2008 12:36 pm

Y'all need to stop using these free Image hosting services... it really hampers those of us trying to waste time @ work! :)

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Post #6 by SCC » Tue Apr 08, 2008 1:32 pm

Bort62 wrote:Y'all need to stop using these free Image hosting services... it really hampers those of us trying to waste time @ work! :)

Corporate Netnanny wrote:

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Now Bort62 you are not wasting the companies time and money dreaming of Falcons during the day are you? Go ahead and tell us it ain't so !!!!

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Post #7 by jamyers » Tue Apr 08, 2008 5:05 pm

Took another swing through all that info. Dude, that's a ton of info you've got there - wiring diagrams, illustrations, etc.

I'm thinking that instead of a sticky here in the forums, it'd be a great addition to the FordSix tech section.
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Emergency Rooms and Funeral Homes will be busy for a week or so, then I predict a dramatic drop in vehicle accidents.

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Post #8 by SCC » Tue Apr 08, 2008 6:01 pm

jamyers wrote:Took another swing through all that info. Dude, that's a ton of info you've got there - wiring diagrams, illustrations, etc.

I'm thinking that instead of a sticky here in the forums, it'd be a great addition to the FordSix tech section.


Thanks James glad you like it. I have been working today putting all the info I have on Falcons into one text starting with the folders with the A's and so far what I have is 195 pages on Falcons from 1960-1963 and I just started the C's. Once I get all this together I am going to find a way of sharing this info with others some how in the forum. If I made a single post of all the info concerning the Falcon it would be hundreds of posts I would have to make and very time consuming so the search is on for a better way. Again I am happy everyone likes the info and there is so much more.

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Post #9 by rickwrench » Tue Apr 08, 2008 6:57 pm

Hey! I'm famous! My Squire is in there... twice! Three pics clean, and later on, one pic dusty.

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Post #10 by l3n » Thu Apr 10, 2008 12:23 am

...wow.


Brother, I don't wanna know how much time that all took you. But thanks for doing it!


/one more vote for a sticky
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Post #11 by SCC » Thu Apr 10, 2008 8:59 am

l3n wrote:...wow.


Brother, I don't wanna know how much time that all took you. But thanks for doing it!


Thanks, it took most of the winter to get everything put together that you see. This is nothing, I have all kinds of Falcon videos and tons of step by step instructions for about everything you can do to a Falcon in text form along with pictures that I have collected. I have started putting it all together in alphabetical order. Starting with "A" I have over 236 pages and I just got to started with the C's. I have a index I started that I go by and it goes to number 63 so far and the C's start at number 7 so I have a ways to go yet. I will be working on this as well as my own 63 hardtop project so I know as I go and take pictures and share what I am doing the info will grow even more. This may take most of the year to put together but I will finish it hopefully this season. There is tons of info that everyone has shared and posted scattered all over the web that go into detail on how to work on a Falcon from tips, pictures, what to do and what not to do, what will work and what won't work and so on that I have gathered together from a number of forums. There are some really smart people working on Falcons or who have worked on Falcons that have posted in forums who have shared their own experiences as to what they have done with Falcons. If I did just a question and answer section alone it would be hundreds of pages and I may do this as well putting it into sections because I think it will be worth while to many. It would be nice to have everything at our finger tips and be able to go right to a place where we could have everything we need to know and understand about Falcons. It is amazing at the information on the Falcons I have collected through the winter from different websites and forums. I am trying to figure out a way to post it when I am finished. If I posted one post at a time it would take hundreds of post so I am trying to place everything together in one place and hopefully find a way to post all the info at one time.

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Post #12 by cobraguy » Sat May 17, 2008 2:39 am

Bump back to the top. Can we get a sticky please.
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Post #13 by Stubby » Sat May 17, 2008 2:06 pm

I either don't have the power to stick it, or I don't know how.
It does need a sticky tho.
Thanks for the hard work.
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Post #14 by Asa » Sat May 17, 2008 10:51 pm

stickied
i would suggest that everyone save as much of it as you can, just in case photobucket decides to delete any of it because of whatever reason, that way the information gets spread around and can be recovered easier
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Post #15 by cobraguy » Mon May 19, 2008 3:12 pm

Thankyou and I do agree. I have saved pertanate pages. Just didn't want it getting lost for newcommers.
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Post #16 by falconizer_62 » Thu Oct 30, 2008 10:52 am

dude...
you absolutely rock!!
that is enough stuff to start the quinticential falcon site! :D
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Post #17 by Mil1ion » Mon Jan 26, 2009 2:32 pm

Great job !

Believe it or not I can ADD to this massive collection of diagrams/illustrations.

The problem I have had on the net though ,is people stealing them and pretending THEY were the ones with the info when presented to others .
I will share MY extremely rare stuff with you when I get mt watermark done on them.

I would suggest you do the same with yours.


My stuff will contain "Image Courtesy Of Mil1ion"

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Post #18 by Asa » Mon Jan 26, 2009 2:41 pm

Mil1ion wrote:Great job !

Believe it or not I can ADD to this massive collection of diagrams/illustrations.

The problem I have had on the net though ,is people stealing them and pretending THEY were the ones with the info when presented to others .
I will share MY extremely rare stuff with you when I get mt watermark done on them.

I would suggest you do the same with yours.


My stuff will contain "Image Courtesy Of Mil1ion"

why care about where the information comes from? the important part is that it helps someone else in their pursuit of getting their car completed
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Post #19 by falconizer_62 » Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:24 pm

None of us are really the source of any information anyway... technically the guy who wrote the schematics, but he was working for someone else modifying someone else's design...

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Post #20 by Mil1ion » Mon Jan 26, 2009 6:16 pm

Asa wrote:
Mil1ion wrote:Great job !

Believe it or not I can ADD to this massive collection of diagrams/illustrations.

The problem I have had on the net though ,is people stealing them and pretending THEY were the ones with the info when presented to others .
I will share MY extremely rare stuff with you when I get mt watermark done on them.

I would suggest you do the same with yours.


My stuff will contain "Image Courtesy Of Mil1ion"

why care about where the information comes from? the important part is that it helps someone else in their pursuit of getting their car completed



That is an alternative view based on your Personal feelings at this time of your life


I suggest YOU spend all winter getting something like this done only to have someone plaguerize YOUR work .......and see if you still have that attitude.


Ask the OP if he feels that way after putting all that time into it.

I have been scanning /making literature available for 9 years and for someone to steal it and take the credit it Hurts big time.

We are mainly facilitators and IMO,everyone likes to be respected.

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Post #21 by falconizer_62 » Mon Jan 26, 2009 6:58 pm

I have had similar stuff like that happen with music and production including arrangements and mixes I have done many times in my life. At this point I just put it all out there, get paid when I can, and I'm glad somebody is listening to it.
But we are all different, so do what you gotta do :-)
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Re: Falcon Picture & Specification Round & Square Body

Post #22 by FALCONAROUND » Tue May 12, 2009 2:53 pm

I NEVER EVER post information in hopes of a pat on the back or a kudo's for my hard work, regardless of the time and effort put into it.

NEVER, not unless it's a job, then I'll take a pat on the back...

About this post, it's AWESOME, great stuff in those schematics! The only problem is that you are missing a couple of doors :mrgreen: :rolflmao: ;)

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Re: Falcon Picture & Specification Round & Square Body

Post #23 by gb500 » Mon Jan 04, 2010 6:37 am

hi guys

is this link to photobucket (as in post 1) now password protected ? - cant seem to get it to open


http://s223.photobucket.com/albums/dd56/BigSam_012/


if SCC is on are you able to unpassword protect?
thanks
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Re: Falcon Picture & Specification Round & Square Body

Post #24 by CoupeBoy » Mon Feb 08, 2010 2:55 pm

It's back!
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Post #25 by gb500 » Thu Feb 11, 2010 6:50 pm

excellent news!

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Re: Falcon Picture & Specification Round & Square Body

Post #26 by falconizer_62 » Fri Feb 12, 2010 11:35 am

Any way to save the whole package to my computer in 1 shot?
Awesome info there!!
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Post #27 by CoupeBoy » Fri Feb 12, 2010 3:45 pm

There are several ways that you could get all pictures from there. The fastest, cleanest, safest and most respectful would be to try to find a way to contact the owner of the information and ask him for a copy.

Yes there are other ways but I'd suggest exhausting all options to complete the above mentioned path before persuing any other.

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Post #28 by oldgrezmonke » Sat Mar 03, 2012 7:29 am

CoupeBoy wrote:It's back!-ron
And it's gone ? Can't find it .
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Post #29 by CoupeBoy » Sat Mar 03, 2012 7:53 am

It's been gone again for a long time. I have tried to track him down via username through other forums and such with no luck.

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Post #30 by oldgrezmonke » Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:08 am

Yes , I just noticed the last post was 2+ years ago . Looks like a Moderator should consider deleting the thread or at least remove the "Sticky" status .
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Re: Falcon Picture & Specification Round & Square Body

Post #31 by The_DropOut » Sat Apr 21, 2012 10:56 am

I dont see any photos of Falcons.

This thread is dead. Once these photos vanished this thread should should have been removed from the sticky list.

I think Ford Six should compile its own list of images and achrive them. It would be a valuable tool for a newbie and thoes who are looking for hard to find images. It's the only way to guaranty the photos will be available to viewers years from now.

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