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here she is! Another piece of "Americanaussie" muscle
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Is it my imagination, or is that back window REALLY Clean.

'67 Coupe project car (Did I say project car? I meant pile of rust)
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I thought you'd notice the air-con system! It get's pretty hot down here,but it's not too good in the wet.
That through the floor ventilation of you'rs looks interesting"G"

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Who and what do they do to convert those things to RHD? Throw in Lucus electrics??? ( I pray not)

Tom Kubler, Long-time Mustang Enthusiast & San Antonio Mustang Club Founder
 

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Looking good mate. I'll try to make time to come over for a butchers hook this weekend.

If at first you don't succeed , find a bigger hammer
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Most of the steering gear comes from our Falcon's, with the exception of the drag-link which had to be fabricated.Cut the dash in 4 places, weld it back together,swap the dash wiring loom over & splice a few dozen wires to suit the new location,cut the firewall and put some holes in it for the steering column,brake& clutch master cylinders, weld it back in,then........after a few more modifications, you can drive it from the other side of the car!"G'
Greg


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No Sweat,I've gotta duck out & price a job Sat morning,but will be home by lunch.
Greg

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Ya, that's my updraft air system, and also my dead engine fall back system. I forgot to mention it in my earlier post, your car is looking great.

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Very nice looking car!! I give a lot of respect to the right hand conversion.

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(rebuilding a 351W)
 

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It's "Gunmetal Grey",from one of our '93 Falcons.It's pretty dark but the silver pearl comes to life in the sun.Know how you feel,it's taken me 4 years to get her this far!
Greg

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