I dig this thing, used to have one of those cars.
Its the threads you need to check really...take them to a hardware store that has one of those stands by the nut and bolt section where you can...
Cool, wonder if it still exists
Is the nut actually loose on the Threads? i.e. excessive play? Looks to me like someone cut down longer studs to make them shorter and the offset...
I like the last one better BB, but how about adding a piece to the top at the extreme end that tapers down to where the high E post hole is, then...
I must of got him on a good day then! Lol
Still haven't fitted those fenders, but I did buy the paint for them a couple of weeks back lol.
I did a similar thing at the PnP in Moss Landing many years ago, turned out to be Carl (5.0Chero) in the Pyle! ...who then helped me pull some...
Ill be going Cooper RWL when my new US Indy mags arrive
Another great gone, RIP Charlie Watts
Since '69 or '70
Mine to BB, glad i got to see them a couple of years back
Not on the wagons, here is a 74 wagon, note the filler piece
Here is a 73 wagon rear...
Arent the 74 and up rear wagon bumpers 5mph ones?
Would love to see pics of it.
That T bird is sweet.
Read bad things about those things...
Never actually owned one though, and dont...
You would probably have to strip and paint the bumper first, durability would be my concern, just a thought.
What about chrome wrap? dunno how long it would last, but sure is shiny
Looks like the later AOD too with the stronger case and better cooling
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