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OzFury
Posted 2017-02-21 8:38 PM (#534478)
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Hi Guy's

Anybody going to Chrysler's on the Murray ?



Cheers Gra
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matte
Posted 2017-02-21 9:57 PM (#534482 - in reply to #534478)
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I really want to go but might of left it too late. Booking for a hotel might be impossible. I also don't have faith in the Plymouth yet for that distance... I'll see if I can get the transmission and engine panned out in time.

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OzFury
Posted 2017-02-21 10:05 PM (#534483 - in reply to #534482)
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If you need a room let me know I think 1 of our guy's has pulled out. But be quick spare rooms don't last long
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Mike McCandless
Posted 2017-02-22 6:42 AM (#534500 - in reply to #534478)
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What are the dates?
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OzFury
Posted 2017-02-22 1:38 PM (#534513 - in reply to #534500)
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Hi Mike

March 17th to 19th

Cheers Gra
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Posted 2017-02-22 4:23 PM (#534524 - in reply to #534478)
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I will be there booked accommodation yesterday and there were quite a few options so I think you would be right if you booked soon. No Forward Look for me, I'll be in my Valiant Pacer.
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OzFury
Posted 2017-02-22 4:33 PM (#534525 - in reply to #534478)
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Yeah I should have mention we'll be in our Gold 65 Barracuda
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Posted 2017-02-22 5:41 PM (#534528 - in reply to #534478)
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I'm hoping to drive up for the Sunday....

 

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matte
Posted 2017-02-22 6:13 PM (#534531 - in reply to #534528)
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I'll have to see how the car performs after I get the mechanical work done and also it would be the first long drive my 2 year old and the car will be on... 5.5 hours..

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OzFury
Posted 2017-02-22 6:29 PM (#534532 - in reply to #534531)
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It's a MoPar it'll make it

I'm known by others to put to much trust in my cars but I have never had any problems (touch wood) I always tell people
it's a MoPar it will get you home only time we ever had a breakdown the car wouldn't start in our driveway so just jumped in another
turned out the dizzy gear lost a few teeth

Yeah we usually travel as a group about 10 to 12 MoPar's we leave about 4:30 first stop Pheasants Nest about 6am then stop at Yass
for breakfast about 8:30am then stop at Holbrook so the kids can play on the sub about 11:30am then in Albury by 12:30ish
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Posted 2017-02-22 10:19 PM (#534551 - in reply to #534478)
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Don't forget guys to posts some photos of the occasion……….I want to see some bare ground/pavement and green grass …………..as well as the cars It's still winter up here LOL
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Posted 2017-02-22 11:56 PM (#534553 - in reply to #534551)
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RUSTORICHES - 2017-02-23 12:19 PM Don't forget guys to posts some photos of the occasion……….I want to see some bare ground/pavement and green grass …………..as well as the cars It's still winter up here LOL

 

I'll post some up when the event is run for you, should be plenty of sunshine and green grass for you!

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Posted 2017-02-23 2:41 AM (#534555 - in reply to #534478)
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Be worth a trip when they have the spotlight on US Mopars, I'll definately be there then. Have fun guys.
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Posted 2017-02-23 7:37 PM (#534596 - in reply to #534532)
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OzFury - 2017-02-22 6:29 PM

It's a MoPar it'll make it

I'm known by others to put to much trust in my cars but I have never had any problems (touch wood) I always tell people
it's a MoPar it will get you home only time we ever had a breakdown the car wouldn't start in our driveway so just jumped in another
turned out the dizzy gear lost a few teeth

Yeah we usually travel as a group about 10 to 12 MoPar's we leave about 4:30 first stop Pheasants Nest about 6am then stop at Yass
for breakfast about 8:30am then stop at Holbrook so the kids can play on the sub about 11:30am then in Albury by 12:30ish


I've just started to iron out most of it's problems but it still has a few that could leave me on the side of the road. When i first started taking it out (within a year) it would always be breaking down with some problem.

Too many cowboys have poked a stick at this car, including the ones over here that i have given good money to. I ended up doing the work myself which meant fixing what the mechanics had done or said they had done. Learning a lot but some things are out of my league at the moment or I have so little time.
Just getting my torqueflite problem worked out now...



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matte
Posted 2017-02-23 7:39 PM (#534597 - in reply to #534555)
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stinky - 2017-02-23 2:41 AM

Be worth a trip when they have the spotlight on US Mopars, I'll definately be there then. Have fun guys.


Pete hows your car going?

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OzFury
Posted 2017-02-23 7:46 PM (#534598 - in reply to #534596)
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matte - 2017-02-24 11:37 AM

OzFury - 2017-02-22 6:29 PM

It's a MoPar it'll make it

I'm known by others to put to much trust in my cars but I have never had any problems (touch wood) I always tell people
it's a MoPar it will get you home only time we ever had a breakdown the car wouldn't start in our driveway so just jumped in another
turned out the dizzy gear lost a few teeth

Yeah we usually travel as a group about 10 to 12 MoPar's we leave about 4:30 first stop Pheasants Nest about 6am then stop at Yass
for breakfast about 8:30am then stop at Holbrook so the kids can play on the sub about 11:30am then in Albury by 12:30ish


I've just started to iron out most of it's problems but it still has a few that could leave me on the side of the road. When i first started taking it out (within a year) it would always be breaking down with some problem.

Too many cowboys have poked a stick at this car, including the ones over here that i have given good money to. I ended up doing the work myself which meant fixing what the mechanics had done or said they had done. Learning a lot but some things are out of my league at the moment or I have so little time.
Just getting my torqueflite problem worked out now...





What's wrong with the Torqueflite ?
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matte
Posted 2017-02-24 1:46 AM (#534607 - in reply to #534598)
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The set up is a 1967 383 matched to a 1962 Trans with an 4 barrel Edelbrock... The rod setup they used was so bodged together that it never worked. I got a lokar cable setup which improved it so very much but still needs ironing out. When the transmission has been working hard (traffic and stopping and starting) it won't shift from 2nd to 3rd and also very occasionally won't go back to 1st after stop.
It could be a combo if needs more adjusting and bands or valve etc but I don't have enough knowledge or time to get it all to work.

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Posted 2017-02-24 2:49 AM (#534610 - in reply to #534607)
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matte - 2017-02-24 5:46 PM

The set up is a 1967 383 matched to a 1962 Trans with an 4 barrel Edelbrock... The rod setup they used was so bodged together that it never worked. I got a lokar cable setup which improved it so very much but still needs ironing out. When the transmission has been working hard (traffic and stopping and starting) it won't shift from 2nd to 3rd and also very occasionally won't go back to 1st after stop.
It could be a combo if needs more adjusting and bands or valve etc but I don't have enough knowledge or time to get it all to work.



Who is doing the work on the trans ?...It took me ages to track down someone who knew what a cast iron torqueflite's
I know the guy's in the Dodge owners club use a guy in either Richmond or Windsor.
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Mike McCandless
Posted 2017-02-24 3:55 PM (#534642 - in reply to #534478)
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I will actually be in Melbourne those dates. I'm there for a trade show. Looks like it's around 3 hours to drive up. If I could make it, what's the best day to go up?
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Posted 2017-02-24 4:56 PM (#534646 - in reply to #534642)
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Mike McCandless - 2017-02-24 3:55 PM

I will actually be in Melbourne those dates. I'm there for a trade show. Looks like it's around 3 hours to drive up. If I could make it, what's the best day to go up?


Mike I think Saturday would be the best day and if you can go on into some of the night as well. Here's a flyer and it has the program guide as well.

http://alburywodongachryslerclub.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/201...
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matte
Posted 2017-02-24 5:11 PM (#534648 - in reply to #534610)
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OzFury - 2017-02-24 2:49 AM

matte - 2017-02-24 5:46 PM

The set up is a 1967 383 matched to a 1962 Trans with an 4 barrel Edelbrock... The rod setup they used was so bodged together that it never worked. I got a lokar cable setup which improved it so very much but still needs ironing out. When the transmission has been working hard (traffic and stopping and starting) it won't shift from 2nd to 3rd and also very occasionally won't go back to 1st after stop.
It could be a combo if needs more adjusting and bands or valve etc but I don't have enough knowledge or time to get it all to work.



Who is doing the work on the trans ?...It took me ages to track down someone who knew what a cast iron torqueflite's
I know the guy's in the Dodge owners club use a guy in either Richmond or Windsor.


I saw a 1958 Desoto Firesweep Convertible in a local festival parade and it so happens he has a workshop in my area. If only a new about him before being shafted twice! He also has a 300 and a mopar hotrod and a couple of mopar muscle.. He opened his mechanical shop in the early 70's.


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OzFury
Posted 2017-02-24 6:07 PM (#534650 - in reply to #534648)
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matte - 2017-02-25 9:11 AM

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matte - 2017-02-24 5:46 PM

The set up is a 1967 383 matched to a 1962 Trans with an 4 barrel Edelbrock... The rod setup they used was so bodged together that it never worked. I got a lokar cable setup which improved it so very much but still needs ironing out. When the transmission has been working hard (traffic and stopping and starting) it won't shift from 2nd to 3rd and also very occasionally won't go back to 1st after stop.
It could be a combo if needs more adjusting and bands or valve etc but I don't have enough knowledge or time to get it all to work.



Who is doing the work on the trans ?...It took me ages to track down someone who knew what a cast iron torqueflite's
I know the guy's in the Dodge owners club use a guy in either Richmond or Windsor.


I saw a 1958 Desoto Firesweep Convertible in a local festival parade and it so happens he has a workshop in my area. If only a new about him before being shafted twice! He also has a 300 and a mopar hotrod and a couple of mopar muscle.. He opened his mechanical shop in the early 70's.


That's great you got a MoPar mechanic.
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matte
Posted 2017-02-24 6:27 PM (#534651 - in reply to #534650)
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OzFury - 2017-02-24 6:07 PM

matte - 2017-02-25 9:11 AM

OzFury - 2017-02-24 2:49 AM

matte - 2017-02-24 5:46 PM

The set up is a 1967 383 matched to a 1962 Trans with an 4 barrel Edelbrock... The rod setup they used was so bodged together that it never worked. I got a lokar cable setup which improved it so very much but still needs ironing out. When the transmission has been working hard (traffic and stopping and starting) it won't shift from 2nd to 3rd and also very occasionally won't go back to 1st after stop.
It could be a combo if needs more adjusting and bands or valve etc but I don't have enough knowledge or time to get it all to work.



Who is doing the work on the trans ?...It took me ages to track down someone who knew what a cast iron torqueflite's
I know the guy's in the Dodge owners club use a guy in either Richmond or Windsor.




I saw a 1958 Desoto Firesweep Convertible in a local festival parade and it so happens he has a workshop in my area. If only a new about him before being shafted twice! He also has a 300 and a mopar hotrod and a couple of mopar muscle.. He opened his mechanical shop in the early 70's.


That's great you got a MoPar mechanic.


Haven't tried him yet but you'd think he'd be good.
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Posted 2017-02-25 11:20 PM (#534705 - in reply to #534597)
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stinky - 2017-02-23 2:41 AM

Be worth a trip when they have the spotlight on US Mopars, I'll definately be there then. Have fun guys.


Pete hows your car going?



Hi Matte, getting there slowly.
I have just put on the 4 barrel 600 Holley, next to go on will be the electronic distributor and the new rocker covers.
Have to sort out my brakes next, will get new shoes put on I think and maybe machine the drums. Have also got a new master cylinder coming as the one on it now is leaking.
After not much driving before I owned it its starting to losen up and all the little bugs start appearing, I expected that though so all good with that.
Hope you have a great trip to COTM, darn its a great show. So easy to spend 2 full days looking at all the beautiful Mopars.
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Posted 2017-02-25 11:32 PM (#534706 - in reply to #534597)
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Be worth a trip when they have the spotlight on US Mopars, I'll definately be there then. Have fun guys.


Pete hows your car going?



Hi Matte, getting there slowly.
I have just put on the 4 barrel 600 Holley, next to go on will be the electronic distributor and the new rocker covers.
Have to sort out my brakes next, will get new shoes put on I think and maybe machine the drums. Have also got a new master cylinder coming as the one on it now is leaking.
After not much driving before I owned it its starting to losen up and all the little bugs start appearing, I expected that though so all good with that.
Hope you have a great trip to COTM, darn its a great show. So easy to spend 2 full days looking at all the beautiful Mopars.
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Posted 2017-03-01 5:23 AM (#534929 - in reply to #534478)
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I drove my 60 dodge down from Qld last year. Was a fun trip. Did Sydney peak hour in the rain, that was an adventure. Wont be going this year as my son is sick, but will be doing the trip next year.



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Posted 2017-03-01 5:28 PM (#534968 - in reply to #534929)
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Could be wrong but that looks like one end of ANZAC Bridge which leads into the city. I don't live far from that which is why my old girl gets cranky stuck in traffic!!! The soldier memorial is to honour our ANZACS but I guess all soldiers..

Hope all is good with your lad.



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Posted 2017-03-02 6:07 AM (#535001 - in reply to #534968)
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No the pic was actually nearing Albury but know the bridge you are referring too. Spend a bit of time in Sydney over the last few years Son is doing ok just trying to sort out his hearing. Ear issues are horrible. Makes it impossible for us to travel at present.

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Posted 2017-03-06 9:04 PM (#535316 - in reply to #534478)
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Posted 2017-03-08 12:16 AM (#535420 - in reply to #535316)
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This sucks!!! I haven't even got my car to the workshop yet because of so much rain for the last 2 weeks.. He's only got a small workshop and I don't want it sitting out in the rain.. I know it leaks down the rear window into the boot area and I'm also dubious about the trim fittings along the roof.

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Posted 2017-03-08 12:31 AM (#535422 - in reply to #534478)
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Mate just go in your daily then jump with us for a cruise I'm sure I can arrange a few rides for ya
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Posted 2017-03-08 12:57 AM (#535423 - in reply to #535422)
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Mate just go in your daily then jump with us for a cruise I'm sure I can arrange a few rides for ya


LOL I'm going to sound like a big ole' skirt, "It's just not the same". I will have to come up to Newcastle soon though.

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Posted 2017-03-08 10:40 AM (#535440 - in reply to #534478)
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I took note to Anzac [Australian,New Zealand Army Corp ] we've have little town here also with the same name near FT.McMURRY Ab. and it still has the siren that sounds at 9:00 pm every evening in remembrance of the Corp that was established there. I didn't realize there was one down under.Have fun at the cruise.
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Posted 2017-03-08 7:12 PM (#535483 - in reply to #535423)
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OzFury - 2017-03-08 12:31 AM

Mate just go in your daily then jump with us for a cruise I'm sure I can arrange a few rides for ya


LOL I'm going to sound like a big ole' skirt, "It's just not the same". I will have to come up to Newcastle soon though.



LOL big ole skirt no worries I'll PM you my number anytime your heading north
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Posted 2017-03-08 7:14 PM (#535484 - in reply to #535440)
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RUSTORICHES - 2017-03-09 2:40 AM

I took note to Anzac [Australian,New Zealand Army Corp ] we've have little town here also with the same name near FT.McMURRY Ab. and it still has the siren that sounds at 9:00 pm every evening in remembrance of the Corp that was established there. I didn't realize there was one down under.Have fun at the cruise.


So is the name of the town Newcastle ?
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Posted 2017-03-08 7:18 PM (#535486 - in reply to #534478)
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Ok just Googled it it's a town called ANZAC
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Posted 2017-03-12 5:43 PM (#535806 - in reply to #535440)
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RUSTORICHES - 2017-03-08 10:40 AM

I took note to Anzac [Australian,New Zealand Army Corp ] we've have little town here also with the same name near FT.McMURRY Ab. and it still has the siren that sounds at 9:00 pm every evening in remembrance of the Corp that was established there. I didn't realize there was one down under.Have fun at the cruise.


We don't have a town called ANZAC but rather a lot of memorials spread out through Australia dedicated to the ANZACS. We also celebrate ANZAC day with marching through the streets of cities and towns by our veterans. That's pretty cool that their is a town in Canada called ANZAC and it still sounds a horn every night in remembrance. I wonder if it's the whole Monarchy thing.

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Posted 2017-03-19 3:36 AM (#536182 - in reply to #534478)
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Just got home after a weekend in Albury for Chryslers on the Murray, they had almost 800 cars attend this year for the 25th Anniversary. A few of the Forward Looks attending are below;

 

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Posted 2017-03-19 5:56 AM (#536185 - in reply to #536184)
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Posted 2017-03-19 12:10 PM (#536206 - in reply to #534478)
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Now that's mighty fine scenery. I been waiting patiently for some photos of the Big Event, the forward look held it's own………LOL There's a couple of my favourites there and painted the right colours too Thx for posting
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Posted 2017-03-19 4:59 PM (#536218 - in reply to #536206)
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Hey Graham I've never known about the blue 57 Belv in NSW. Do you or anyone know about this one?

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Posted 2017-03-20 2:05 PM (#536308 - in reply to #536218)
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matte - 2017-03-20 8:59 AM

Hey Graham I've never known about the blue 57 Belv in NSW. Do you or anyone know about this one?



No haven't seen it before the weekend it was a beautiful ride
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Posted 2017-03-20 9:20 PM (#536334 - in reply to #534478)
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I've seen more cars in this page than I did at the actual event !  There ws a spotlight on FWDLK cars there 4 or 5 years ago and it was hard to beat; everyone crawled out of the woodwork....

 

the light blue 57 belvedere was the star of the show for me !

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Posted 2017-03-20 9:54 PM (#536339 - in reply to #536334)
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I've seen more cars in this page than I did at the actual event !  There ws a spotlight on FWDLK cars there 4 or 5 years ago and it was hard to beat; everyone crawled out of the woodwork....

 

the light blue 57 belvedere was the star of the show for me !



Yeah the 57 was my favourite the only other car I was drawn to was a VIP Valiant was white looked standard we cruised behind it doing 60kph Saturday night the guy hit the hammer & it left 2 black tracks. When I seen it Sunday it had a stroked 318 fuel injected turbo motor went real hard.
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Posted 2017-03-21 3:38 AM (#536355 - in reply to #534478)
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Thanks for the pics Graham. Good to see the 59 Imperial coupe! Nice looking car. Steve.
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Posted 2017-03-21 7:19 PM (#536399 - in reply to #536355)
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60 Imp - 2017-03-21 7:38 PM

Thanks for the pics Graham. Good to see the 59 Imperial coupe! Nice looking car. Steve.


Hi Steve

Thank Trav (34Airflow) for the pic's he was a busy beaver snapping away

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Posted 2017-03-21 7:22 PM (#536400 - in reply to #534478)
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This is the only 1 not posted so here ya go. Was for sale 13k 413 wedge Mob 0400757320

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Posted 2017-03-22 12:14 AM (#536425 - in reply to #536400)
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I was unsure whether to post that Imperial as I thought it might ruffle feathers being a 62

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Posted 2017-03-22 4:00 PM (#536460 - in reply to #536425)
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34 Airflow - 2017-03-22 4:14 PM

I was unsure whether to post that Imperial as I thought it might ruffle feathers being a 62



Hi Trav

Thought it was a Forward Look car ? If it's not my bad still a very cool ride though

You going to Kurri Kurri Nostalgia Fest this weekend ?

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