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  • Shawn Anderson
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    Car is in front end shop getting subframe connectors pinion angle set front end aliment and ARB tabs welded. Tune is a mile off and may be biggest problem.

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  • MR P-BODY
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    Originally posted by milner351 View Post
    falcon - my avatar picture was taken early last summer - it's all painted now, in hindsight, I can't believe I thought I was going to have the car done last year - I've done a lot of work on it since then and it's still not ready.... it did go almost all winter without being touched though.
    Moving is not good for project progress.
    I got my engine finished up today... I'll mount the trans and stick the
    whole thing in tomorrow... should be running on Thursday and out putting
    some miles on it

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  • quick 52
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    Originally posted by milner351 View Post
    falcon - my avatar picture was taken early last summer - it's all painted now, in hindsight, I can't believe I thought I was going to have the car done last year - I've done a lot of work on it since then and it's still not ready.... it did go almost all winter without being touched though.
    Moving is not good for project progress.
    What class will u b n and whats the build

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  • milner351
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    falcon - my avatar picture was taken early last summer - it's all painted now, in hindsight, I can't believe I thought I was going to have the car done last year - I've done a lot of work on it since then and it's still not ready.... it did go almost all winter without being touched though.
    Moving is not good for project progress.

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  • quick 52
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    Originally posted by milner351 View Post
    Brakes are plumbed, front end assembled, engine, trans, driveshaft installed.

    Still need to install fuel tank and lines, fuel pump, radiator and hoses, fan, wire it, and install the "interior" which will consist of door panels, seats, shifter and console.
    Is this the Falcon I see on the hoist or a different car

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  • milner351
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    Brakes are plumbed, front end assembled, engine, trans, driveshaft installed.

    Still need to install fuel tank and lines, fuel pump, radiator and hoses, fan, wire it, and install the "interior" which will consist of door panels, seats, shifter and console.

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  • MR P-BODY
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    I got my new engine about 90% assembled ... I pick up the push rods
    tomorrow and will finish it up tomorrow.. I think I can get it all ready to
    drop in then put it in on Wednesday

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  • 505sfastest
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    No motor yet no tq converter and it just went out to paint.
    Still have to tune it completely assemble
    But I am confident.

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  • tsanchez
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    Like a manta ray with a tumor

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  • Beagle
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    reminds me of a sombrero for some reason.. (random observation)

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  • tsanchez
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    Thanks, its a fiberglass bolt on AMX hood I had for a few yrs(we molded a cowl to it), first time in 25yrs its had the carbs covered. Trying to eliminate some tuning problems with the carbs out in the air, well see. Oh and since my stock hood flew up and bent teh hood fender and hinges I kinda had to do this..

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  • AdvAutoBob
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    That's a bad-ass looking hood, you mean! Nice!

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  • milner351
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    that hood looks sinister!

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  • tsanchez
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    Hood getting some color, before getting bolted on for blending and clear.

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  • AdvAutoBob
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    getting there...

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