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These Granada 's every body talks about . Any body got a photo of one . Just interested.

Oh , what dose "OT " mean ???


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Could you send me a few pictures of your car? Mine is the same color, and I haven't had it re-painted yet. It'll give me a preview of color to come.
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Ok , I'll have to work on that for you .
Getting a digital camera this week end. Give me a couple of days .
Send Me a private message so I don't have to dig through all the old posts to find you again. OK
Some people love the colour, some hate it . Till I saw this colour in the flesh I was not keen on it at all. Once I saw it well I think its a sharp looking colour. Every other Mustang is red or blue, this is a bit different.

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Trade with you, I have a digital camera...and a car that is far to rough to post pics of. ;)

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I assume you're talking about the mid 70's american ford granada that is the most popular donor for disc brake upgrades. If so here is a shot of one.
http://members.home.com/rrisc/granada.jpg
And OT in the header/subject line of a post means Off Topic ... not necessarily mustang related.

Rich


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Thanks

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Granada's are good for the brake swap!! And maybe engine and rearend!! But there ugly!!

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I can personally vouch for the Granada being ugly AND being a good donor car for front brakes, engine AND rear end.... We have one and it is currently being stripped for the very purpose of fixin' up my Mustang. :)

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'66, 302-4bbl, Granada disk brakes, etc, etc...
 
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