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Thanks to JSHarvey, who was one of the people that responded to my earlier post asking about hydraulic clutch setups, I found a guy who made one from Fiero parts (cringe). I took a look at what the guy did, and liked it, so I found a Fiero forum and posted in their classified section. Now I can't get rid of this feeling. It's weird, like I just lied to my wife or something (ok, maybe thats a bad example), but you get the idea...

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I've seen that conversion and it's clean, no sin in that. That's hot rodding at it's best!

Hal
Love hard, drive fast, wear your seat belt.

PS, that's my 'bird...... My Mustang is too ugly to take pictures of yet........*G*.

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Now ya know how the Cup boys in their chebbies and tin indians feel running Ford rear ends...

66 Coupe, 289/2v, C4, CA Red
 

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Probably the Ford guys too, since virtually nothing on those cars is "stock" or factory parts!

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Ah yes, the Chevy engine '32 Ford Duece Coupe...

Like Johnpro I picked up a set of sport mirrors from a '79 Firebird but haven't figured out how to get it mounted on my '65's door - the two car's contours are different.

In model building this is called "kitbashing"...

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Dean T

Shikatta Ga Nai - "It cannot be helped"
 
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