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T-K

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  1. Hi!

     

    Not my first time here, but pulled the trigger on a 73 302 Sportsroof.

    Not a original matching numbers car by any means, restored and modified.

     

    Car has been 100% apart. Everything is brand new. Drivetrain is now a 347 Stroker full roller engine, 5 speed manual, centerforce clutch and 3:55 rear gears.

     

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  2. So my passenger side door lock cylinder started spinning around.....i pulled the door panel and the locking "clip" had popped out...not on the rod that opens and locks the door but on the arm attached to the cylinder.

     

    Not easy to see and its no straight angle to slide the locking "clip" back on.

     

    Do i need to pull the door handle and door lock cylinder or is patience and anger management enough to snap it back on:)

     

    On my 69 it was easy, but on the 71 its no room for my big hands:)

  3. Here in Bergen we are about 8-9 7173`s, that use our cars. Actually its 3 Boss 351 `s here, mine, one yellow and one Blue!

     

    Photo of me entering the car show:) With my girlfirend an 2 daughters in the rear seat, 14 and 2 years old:)

     

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