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Tony Perrone
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Bob Jackman
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All are excellent Tony. Glad to say I have all of them.


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Evan Morgan
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Great shots, Tony


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Mike DeTorrice
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Terrific images of this wonderful line up of '31 Fords ! Amazing variety and each a very cool version.


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John Napoli
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Great shots Tony.  I have 3 out of the 5.

 


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John Merritt
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All wonderful, beautiful photos Tony.

I am very pleased to say I have all of these and several more of DM's '31 Ford models. Each one is truly special.

John Merritt
South Lyon, Michigan - USA


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