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Restoring my 73 trunk car
« on: November 23, 2011, 12:18:28 PM »
Hey guys my first post on here. about two months ago me and my dad bought a 73 Sedan with the original c4 and 2.0 recently rebuilt. We drove from Knoxville Tennessee to Florence South Carolina for this pup we intended for a Baby Cobra Jet clone type deal with cobra jet lettering and magnum drags the motor that was going in it was a 351CJ out of a Torino but its gone hay wire since then it went from that to a fuel inject 302 to a turbo 302 too a mustang ii 302 too a 460 too a 408 roller motor all the way to even a turbo 2.3 out of an svo hopefully we will decide on something its definatly gonna be grabber blue though with black interior and a mustang ii console!

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Re: Restoring my 73 trunk car
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2011, 02:23:26 PM »
Hey guys my first post on here. about two months ago me and my dad bought a 73 Sedan with the original c4 and 2.0 recently rebuilt. We drove from Knoxville Tennessee to Florence South Carolina for this pup we intended for a Baby Cobra Jet clone type deal with cobra jet lettering and magnum drags the motor that was going in it was a 351CJ out of a Torino but its gone hay wire since then it went from that to a fuel inject 302 to a turbo 302 too a mustang ii 302 too a 460 too a 408 roller motor all the way to even a turbo 2.3 out of an svo hopefully we will decide on something its definatly gonna be grabber blue though with black interior and a mustang ii console!

Hey... you've not only got a plan, you've got multiple plans!  If you paint it Grabber Blue, you'll definitely catch the attention of a member in Oceanside, California who calls herself blupinto!  Let us know when you decide which route you're taking and then keep us updated on your progress!  Good luck!

Dwayne :)
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Re: Restoring my 73 trunk car
« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2011, 01:27:38 PM »
Hey... you've not only got a plan, you've got multiple plans!  If you paint it Grabber Blue, you'll definitely catch the attention of a member in Oceanside, California who calls herself blupinto!  Let us know when you decide which route you're taking and then keep us updated on your progress!  Good luck!

Dwayne :)
Well we finally got our stuff together I got some bogarts the grabber blue paint and my dad gave me the 351 out of his lightning hopefully Kidney Bean will be up and running by spring rod runs in Gatlinburg