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69C, really? That would be me


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Cool. If all the ducks line up I may have one myself soon, Sadly not a GTS. but a pretty special one!!😷


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Cool. If all the ducks line up I may have one myself soon, Sadly not a GTS. but a pretty special one!!😷


Now see what you've started Jacko, with your Holdon nonsense Impatient Next you'll be putting a Saab build on here. Ranting


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Good work. give me a call if it comes off as I now know the better ways of doing things and finding bits. The funeral director on the Gold Coast for plastic chroming for a start.


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Ausjacko wrote
Good work. give me a call if it comes off as I now know the better ways of doing things and finding bits. The funeral director on the Gold Coast for plastic chroming for a start.

And if he doesnt tell you who he uses, ask a bloke who's uncle is a funeral director on the Sunshine Coast and find out it is Emro's in Caloundra.


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LOL, Ok I will keep death in my mind if it comes off. That will remind me, as well as prob what the wife might say if I come home with it!!


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16 September 2017
Through the early part of the week:
Painted the relay panel.
Installed the radiator and hoses.

Approaching the middle of the week:
Checked the starter relay and dizzy voltage using the key. That is, when in the on or start position these wires are shorted to positive 12 volts.
Installed the horns but there is something weird regarding the connections. Figured out what it is. The dark green is always positive- confirmed that. The black is the switched side but need to understand how the steering wheels bits interact to deliver the ground- pushing the plunger in the column did nothing.

Installed the front bumper, adjusted it to fit squarely in the recess and bolted the lower valence ends to the lower inside guards. Looks pretty good




And towards the end of the week and into the weekend:
Slept a lot trying to battle the flu and hay fever.
Continued to confirm wiring works properly which it mostly does. I am chasing what looks like a short to the rear wiring harness but disconnecting this does not reveal a short on either end of the plug. Going back to bed. Sorry about the short and paltry update.


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'67 S-code GT coupe, 'Pink Bitz' formerly known as 'Hookin' up a brother'
'69 M_____ GTS Fastback 'Blasted'

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Ausjacko wrote
16 September 2017
Through the early part of the week:
Painted the relay panel.
Installed the radiator and hoses.

Approaching the middle of the week:

And towards the end of the week and into the weekend:
Slept a lot trying to battle the flu and hay fever.
Continued to confirm wiring works properly which it mostly does. I am chasing what looks like a short to the rear wiring harness but disconnecting this does not reveal a short on either end of the plug. Going back to bed. Sorry about the short and paltry update.


Don't laugh but check the front indicator earths. Back in my young and stupid days. I worked on a few HK to HG Holdons and learned, the front earths are critical to the operation of the rear lights. Don't know why and don't care..


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Will have a look at that Nuts, thanks.


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Sunday night jacko, death is not an excuse.... Read the Manual


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Hi Pete
This flu has really knocked us about. I don't think I have been into the shed this whole week. H has even got it and I have never know her to get eh flu ever. Actually, I did a bit of electrical checking yesterday but that is hardly noteworthy.
Cheers
Jacko


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Get well jacko, here's hoping it's the ordinary type and not man flu as we all know how terrible that is...


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