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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote spriegel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-September-2022 at 8:18AM
Looks great Steve!  

It's a great way to enjoy the summer months riding around town in a sharp car like that.

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Thanks Chris...yes it is!
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Looking good.
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Thank you. Put Cragar SS  on it today.
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I picked them up on Craigslist for $500.00 15X10 with 3 in backspacing in the rear and 14X7 up front with 4.25 in. backspacing 
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1973 Gran Torino Sport - Q code “Q-Clone” project-on-hold
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Looks great with either set of wheels!
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That looks sweet!
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Thank you 
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Parked next to a sweet, 65K mile GT350 yesterday at a local show.  The owner has had it 50+ years and paid like $2,500 in '71.


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Final run to the Lake to watch a sunset... getting ready for winter storage.










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Excellent 
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I shudder to think this was 12 years ago


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Originally posted by lynchster lynchster wrote:

I shudder to think this was 12 years ago


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[/QUOTE]  Feeling old? Really nice work on that beast. One of my favorites.
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My 79 T-top Thunderbird. 351M. Has the instrument package, and I'm gathering the parts for the floor shifter install. I'm just making it driveable for the summer season this year.. I've got to get my new 40x60 barn (shop) finished.. I'm playing with the idea of ultimately converting to a 5 spd..
The second pic I put a set of factory 1972 Magnums (off my 72 351CJ Sprint Sportsroof Mustang) on it just to see what it would look like.






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Nice T-Bird.
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Looks great either way ,personally I like Torque Thrusts better than Cragars but they look good on your car! Smile
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The magnums look way better than the turbine wheels ! 
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Here are the pics of the CJ, looks may be deceiving...it's a nightmare on the inside. The week of the 22nd I'm welding in new pans and will upload pics then.

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It looks like it should be a great project.  It looks like it was a really sharp car in it's day.
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Torino extra crunchy on the Rh headlights. I also love the boat motor on the fence!
Looks like a fun project, Jack!
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Haha,  yeah the damage is just to the headlight bezel. the fender, bumper and hood remain intact and aligned so my best guess is a truck w/ a hitch must've backed into it.
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