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  1. Here are some pics of them compared
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  2. Here is another pic from bottom side. I cannot move the cars around due to neck or i would get your measurements. If you adjust the brake correctly it will slide both rear wheels. If you need a roll control you get a line lock I had one on my 1950 ford back in the 60's . Saves lots of broken parts for sure.
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  3. Mike, At $38K you got a very good deal. Very nice car indeed. Chuck
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  4. A picture speaks a thousand words. This will show exactly where it should be. Oh and by the way and trust me on this, that is NOT an emergency brake. I was lucky not to have ditched the car the time I had a brake failure. It's a crude parking brake at best. I have never figured out why in the US, they never installed a hand brake (especially on manual trans cars) A hand brake is for two reasons, parking and more importantly, assisting on incline starts with a manual gearbox.
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  5. I repaired my badly cracked steering wheel and finally got around to putting it back on. Was pretty easy to fix. I used my Dremel tool to grind out the cracks to make them larger. That makes a nice surface for the epoxy to grab to, and it makes it so you can get enough epoxy in the cracks. If you just try to cram some glue or epoxy in, it just doesn’t work. I used PC7, a 2 part putty which adheres to plastic and POR Patch. The POR dries very hard and is pretty difficult to sand. The PC7 putty is much easier to sand and it seems like it should be durable enough. So I used the POR for some of the really wider and deeper cracks and then used the putty for the top. Sanded it down and went back over with more putty to fill in some pin holes. Then painted it with 2k semi gloss black. Turned out pretty good.
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  6. It's the Quicksilver Ratchet. Still have auto valve body with a shift kit in it and larger filter kit. If I was to change out down the road I will go with the below. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/pma-pa36301
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  7. Been tweaking some custom speaker grills that I was able to get a friend to 3D print for me. Ordered some SEM interior paint which should match a little nicer, but these are turning out really nice. There is one more revision that we came up with that will have some recessed screw holes to make mounting it a little more secure/stealthy. But should look much nicer once all said and done, plus some new Kenwood speakers going underneath.
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  8. That's one nice thing about our hobby, gives us lot's of excuses for tool acquisition.
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  9. Here are some with clips... I bought it from one of these vendors and they are just fine https://www.ebay.de/itm/71-73-mustang-cougar-70-72-torino-ranchero-cyclone-radiator-air-deflector/264882876267?hash=item3dac3fef6b:g:oCgAAOSwhRZebVKG https://www.ebay.de/itm/New-1970-71-Torino-Air-Deflector-Radiator-Top-Montego-73-Mustang-Galaxie-Ford/324464046362?hash=item4b8b90711a:g:DaIAAOSwIbtcJo5X
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  10. I bought my Boss 351 for $38,000 about 5 years ago. Mine is not concourse, but a very nice car. So guessing he is a little high on the pricing as you guys stated because of the non originality. But what a great car to drive and enjoy if you can get it at a reasonable price.
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  11. @Stanglover No worries m8, if carb is doing fine and you're happy with it no prob with that! I was mainly reacting to J bird's post where Holley gets a bit easy the full load, while it's possible there were some defects, I know by installing one myself that it's a pain to do so on our cars and quite easy to do it wrong despite how they have simplified the process, worse, it can easily be unsafe. @Bill73Ragtop you told it way better than me! I've btw used it today and drove 50 kms ( kuz my 73 finally passed the tech control WOOHOOO) and can tell you that this thing rocks!! Still shaking lol :D
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