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Box 573 Orewa LETTERS

Mystery ‘59

HI PAUL, I’ve been trying to solve the origin and ‘mystery’, of this ‘59 Ford custom for many years now. I took the photo of the car at the Alexandra (Fox’s) Motor Camp, during Xmas, 1968. I was 16 years old at the time. The car was painted purple with red flames. The car was being driven by a dark-haired lady around 30 years old. In the passenger’s seat in the front was a blonde-headed lady around the same age. In the rear of the car was a blonde-haired boy aged 9-10 years old. I came across the car while walking in the camp one day. These ladies were having trouble getting the car started. I

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