Okay, I was tired of seeing "never" on this forum when doing a search so I thought I'd at least put something here. I appreciate you Ford guys giving we black sheep of the family a spot here. We know that there is no such thing as a Ford Comet, but hey, we're all the same under the wool er; under the hood. I have restored 3 Comets over the years. A 62 tudor post that received a 289 and mustang suspension as a part of the restoration. A 67 Cyclone that was a 40k mile tudor hardtop 289 car that some old guy owned and robbed the cherry old 289 and trans for his f150, gees. this was in 86. I dropped a Cleveland in it and damn that was a nice car. When I finished the car I sold it to a 16 year old boy for his first car. $2500. He was $200 short and asked me if I would sell him the car, give him the title and let him pay me the $200 when he got his next check. I said how would I ever be sure he would pay me. He swore he would and his father said, "he is a good boy and has been working real hard to earn enough money for his first car. He will pay you and I'll see to it." I can't believe I agreed but I did. A week later I got a check in the mail and a letter from this boy thanking me and telling what a great car it was. He said he and his Dad figured out the mechanical advance wasn't working right , they replaced the distributor and he said quote, "it's twice as fast!" I never saw that car again. My 3rd Comet is the 66 Cyclone GT that I have now. Anyway, I wanted to open this damed black sheep part of things up. I'm thankful to have a spot to talk with other 60's classic owners.