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    H. Neil Reichard


    Hello from Dexter, MI. 

    I have recently purchased agreen Fiberfab MG-TD wth Ford mechanicals, and look forward to any help needed if needed, of course
    Santa brings wonderful gifts!
    Rosebud and Bill



    Welcome aboard, I looked at your profile you had Dexter, NI.  I thought you were  from Northern Ireland. 
    A good group, I learned a lot in the year or so I have belonged.
    Bill Bastian
    Southern CA

    Bad Bill

    edward ericson


    Welcome to ya, Dexter. There’s a few Ford guys here. Ask away.



    Welcome to the very best TDr web site around. There are many very talented folks here, so just any and all questions.
    Congrats on your new Christmas toy, you will have a whole bunch of fun. Since this is a new vehicle to you, check out the very informative posts in the archives concerning how to insure your car.

    Merry Christmas to you and yours!

    Lakeland, Fl
    We drive topless all year around 😉

    Lakeland, Florida, where we drive Topless every day




    Bill Ascheman
    Fiberfab Ford
    Modified 5.0, 5sp., 4:11
    Autocross & Hillclimb
    "Drive Happy"

    john barry


    welcome !

    Paul Mossberg


    Welcome aboard! 

    Lots of good people here, ready to share an accumulated store of TDr knowledge.

    Dave is being kind, although I do agree we are the “…best TDr site around”! But then again, it’s likely we are the only TDr site around. 😆 Glad you found us!

    PMOSSBERG2015-12-22 10:28:18

    Paul Mossberg
    Former Owner of a 1981 Classic Roadsters Ltd. Duchess (VW)
    2005 Intermeccanica Roadster

    If you own a TDr and are not in the Registry, please go to and register (you need to copy and paste the link)



    Welcome. It’s great to see we have another member in Michigan. I too have a Ford FiberFab TD that I finished about three years ago. A friend that owned a green Ford based TD in Sterling Heights passed away last year and I’m wondering if that is the one you now have. I live in Rochester and spend summers in Jackson so I hope we will get a chance meet in person when the weather turns nice again.

    Don Loveless
    Ford Pinto Fiberfab
    Rochester, MI

    Vicenç Feliú


    Welcome aboard!

    Vicenç - (bee sense)
    Pembroke Pines, FL
    1986 Aston - BCW Model 52 - "Montse II"

    (1983 FiberFab MiGi II - "Montse")



    Welcome aboard and Merry Christmas to you and yours.

    Allen Caron
    VW based 53MGTD - "MoneyPenny"
    "If one thing matters, everything matters" - from the book The Shack

    T. J. Marrone


    Also new here, recently acquired a ford based fiber fab kit that has never been assembled, making a few changes based on recommendations here and finding parts.  Back in the day when these kits were built Pinto’s were plentiful, now they are a cult collector car and parts are hard to come by and getting expensive.  Doing my best to piece things together.

    Good group here, I lurk everyday but say little, you’ll enjoy.
    T. J.
    greg press


    Greetings from Western New York   

    H. Neil Reichard



    Michigan is correct.  I have changed my profile.


    Welcome aboard! Mine is a Ford also. A 1986 English Ford Escort / Cortina. April 27 16 First of all if it’s hot like it is here in Phoenix Arizona you’ll have to adjust the choke on your carbeurator twice a year for summer and winter. And in order to grease the upper ball joints you have to take the wheel all the way off.   Randy / Mr. Bebop  🙂

    Randy in Chandler Arizona, great B-bopp'in teritory. I must have the only one in the country made by Rich Industries in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, on a 1986 Ford Cortina (english ford escort) It's a 1600cc straight four cylinder front engne, 4 speed, changed from right side driver to left side with several shafts and u-joints. BEBOP because I once had an MGB with license plate MG-BEPOP in Virginia.

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