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scott66stang
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Im a Caddy Daddy Mr. Green

Thats right i have crossed over to the other side and purchased the General Motors 1950 Cadillac 6 seater people mover that some may of seen advertised in Kens Kool Kars on this forum.

Why have i bought another project when i cant get any time in the shed to complete my Fastback, convertible and all my other projects?
The answer is THERAPY รขโ‚ฌยฆ thats what i tell my wife..... and after rubbishing its door trims at first glance it has just sort of grown on me.

I am hoping... but not holding my breath that it will be a quick fix up project, keep LHD and get on the road quick and use sort of thing. Not worried about paint the old grey is fine by me.

Plan is to fix the small bit of rust in the rear outer sill, get mechanically sound and put her over the pits. Drives and runs well apparently but have to get the wipers going, vaccum operated wiper motor is there but the wiper arms have been removed, not sure whats missing as yet, but may have to rig up something. Also the old cracked steering wheel needs repair or replacing for now and will have to recolour taillight lenses or get new ones.

May register without seat belts then fit lap sash front and rear, also comes with new disc brake and booster kit but the original brakes still work.
Has a new 12 volt system fitted including a new chrome alternator and possibly starter I assume and rebuilt carby.
The best thing is 3k has already been spend on all new rat rod style interior trim.




















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oh! and forgot to add this song Laughing



or a better quality version 4rI5EiFmfeA&list=AL94UKMTqg-9DGDT4dpOCyZCObHyc83reW


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Going to chuck some bigger white walls on, maybe just add Flappers instead as the tyres are good, lower the front end and tint the windows = one Cool Cruiser

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Shit, didnt know you could do guitar as well.............


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just register it and worry about the rest later.
Maybe the foster department can help fund it as it will be to their benefit.


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nassi wrote
just register it and worry about the rest later..

Thats the idea. Dont want another big project.

nassi wrote

Maybe the foster department can help fund it as it will be to their benefit

Shhh! they sort of are in a way.


Converting Rust to Something Drivable

66 Fastback Fairstang Project www.mustangtech.com.au...art=0.html
67 convertibuild project www.mustangtech.com.au...art=0.html
Thought Collecting Couch www.mustangtech.com.au...=1739.html
Caddy Wacked www.mustangtech.com.au...art=0.html

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scott66stang wrote
nassi wrote
just register it and worry about the rest later..

Thats the idea. Dont want another big project.

nassi wrote

Maybe the foster department can help fund it as it will be to their benefit

Shhh! they sort of are in a way.


yeah, they supply the passengers


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Nice one mate.
Love the interior.
Like


I smell oranges !

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Nice. Good easy project for a while...
Definitely a cool curser.

The poor mustang must be crying from the loss of attention.


I will someday think of something clever to say.

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Very cool Scott, very cool indeed. You may not want to go back to a pony car after the lead sled.


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ponyride wrote
Very cool Scott, very cool indeed. You may not want to go back to a pony car after the lead sled.


Do you think there might be a quick sale Rick? Poke


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nassi wrote
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Very cool Scott, very cool indeed. You may not want to go back to a pony car after the lead sled.


Do you think there might be a quick sale Rick? Poke

only of a EJ sedan and EH ute project. There is way too many GM's here now. Laughing

The Mustangs are very safe Wink2

boofhead wrote


The poor mustang must be crying from the loss of attention.


The Fastback still gets tucked in every night, she knows she's number 1.


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66 Fastback Fairstang Project www.mustangtech.com.au...art=0.html
67 convertibuild project www.mustangtech.com.au...art=0.html
Thought Collecting Couch www.mustangtech.com.au...=1739.html
Caddy Wacked www.mustangtech.com.au...art=0.html

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I'll believe it when I see the add. Laughing


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That's sick scott good little purchase I say, I really like the look of those caddy's!


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Dynamic wrote
That's sick scott good little purchase I say, I really like the look of those caddy's!

Thanks Pete, it was a hard decision as i actually wanted a 53 Mercury that Ken has more, but i dont need another full on project, the Mercury is a non runner and baby blue colour (yuk) so would need a heart transplant and a repaint.
I wanted both actually, im working on that one. Wink2


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67 convertibuild project www.mustangtech.com.au...art=0.html
Thought Collecting Couch www.mustangtech.com.au...=1739.html
Caddy Wacked www.mustangtech.com.au...art=0.html

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