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Got a new California Mustangs cattledog(sic) in the mail today.
First one .
I'm like a kid sneaking a look at a stick book .
You blokes must be heaven (or debt) having all these great parts at great prices .

Aus concourse 2001
http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1584152&a=12055089&p=46604069&Sequence=0&res=high.jpg<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by AussieMustang on 04/17/01 05:23 AM (server time).</FONT></P>
 

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Yeah the prices are good, but I look at some of the neat stuff sold down under and wonder why a country with 270 million can make and sell crap ( newer cars, not vintage Mustangs ). Like the Ford six guy yesterday with that neat Aussie six in his 66 and the states get a crappy six with an integeral intake manifold.

Tom
You can do anything you want to......ONCE!
aka "my 66 coupe"
 

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WE had the 6 with the integeral manifold in the real early falcons 64-72 . They (ford) are doing some slick things with the later 6 here .

Australian National Concourse 2001on the Gold Coast.(you know where they have the Indy race)
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Ford did not have a V8 in any of its local cars from 1982 to 1991 so they had to make the 6's worthwile. Yet there are heaps of alloy head 4.1 litre Falcon 6's used as boat anchors over here

Tim Russell
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Yeah, good point .

Australian National Concourse 2001on the Gold Coast.(you know where they have the Indy race)
http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1584152&a=12055089&p=46702626&Sequence=0&res=high.jpg
 
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