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    Quote Originally Posted by Hogbone View Post
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    My CJ7 out for a stretch
    You need a wheel alignment ha

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    My dad is still keeping my grand father foxy altohugh we don't have a garage because we live in a condo in toronto but still we pay extra parking charges just to keep it with us. There are so many memories attach with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metalheart28 View Post
    A 1966 mustang I picked up recently. They had just redone the seats and they also had new carpet, headliner, kick panels, visors and a ton of other stuff for it that has yet to he put in. It has the 200 inline 6 in it but I just got a 302 for it that came out of a crown vic that I plan to build up. I got big plans for it. Like I needed another project though!

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    The current state of the mustang. I'm about to patch in some new floor panels, wheel wells and replace the rear frame sections. When I get the body work done I'm rebuilding the small block i have with a 331 stroker kit, putting in a new tranny and an 8.8 rearend. Its turned into a father son project between my dad and I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalheart28 View Post
    Its turned into a father son project between my dad and I.
    THose are the best. My Dad helped me drop a 302 into a 1954 Austin Healey. Now that was a fun project! Just one of the cars I wish I had today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoomBuggy View Post
    THose are the best. My Dad helped me drop a 302 into a 1954 Austin Healey. Now that was a fun project! Just one of the cars I wish I had today.
    I bet it is and was nice to have a dad teach you something.......... You guys are lucky.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoomBuggy View Post
    THose are the best. My Dad helped me drop a 302 into a 1954 Austin Healey. Now that was a fun project! Just one of the cars I wish I had today.
    Yeah it's been great! We've spent a good 6 hours today cutting the old rusted floors out.

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    I had to make the old man move down here closer to me when he retired cause work was all he knew and he was dying from being sedentary. My wife I set him up in a nice apartment and hes living his best life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoomBuggy View Post
    THose are the best. My Dad helped me drop a 302 into a 1954 Austin Healey. Now that was a fun project! Just one of the cars I wish I had today.
    A friend at tech school had a 57 four passenger Austin Healey roadster with a 271 horse 289. It was incredibly fast and reliable.
    Dusty

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    Nice, they are a hell of a lot of fun and now are worth a fortune ( of course )

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    Quote Originally Posted by DustyDave View Post
    A friend at tech school had a 57 four passenger Austin Healey roadster with a 271 horse 289. It was incredibly fast and reliable.
    Dusty
    Just across the street from my place is the old MG car factory site, now largely demolished and redeveloped. It was also the site of the British Motor Corporation's Competition workshop, where the awesome works Austin Healeys were prepared for rallying (race cars were prepared at Healey's premises in Warwick, England) .

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    I don't blame you American guys for dropping in small block Fords, the Austin six cylinder motors were really heavy, whereas the 302 in my Mustang was only 420 pounds in weight.The car in the shot above is ARX91B , one of the Abingdon built cars. A lightweight competition build , it's works six cylinder produced 195 bhp.
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    Don't want to hog the thread, but i'm really pleased to see any Mustangs being restored . Respect to metalheart28 and his Pop. I loved my old 65.
    Over here we had Alan Mann racing , who campaigned GT40s, Mustangs and Falcons in Europe. Surviving team car pictured below!
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    Oddly, my old notchback was painted red and gold...

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