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Dynamic
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Foresight wrote
A positive of the whole process is the fact that you will know EXACTLY what lay beneath in your car. Your car is at about 6/10 in "togetherness" at the moment compared to my cars 2/10 at its worst stage! If ozbilt ever gets around to loading up my pics (nudge nudge haha) you will see how quickly the car comes together again.

I just hope that steve doesn't pull the "I hope I can put this back together again..." joke. Ozbilt thought he was hilarious until he realised I wasn't saying anything because I was running off to the house to clean my pants.

The scene looked something like this...



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That is why the pics of Q are not loaded. I am using Google to find out what to do next..... Shrug


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Lucky it is ages 10 and up.


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Cheers,
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Foresight wrote

The scene looked something like this...



I generally find that wearing pants speeds up the rebuild process immensely.


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HappyOne wrote
holy crap Cage,

where has your car gone???

if yas keep going you'll be able to fit it into an envelope by the end of the week!!

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I think your right Happy. I'm a bit blown away actually. Going over on Saturday morning to have a good look and a good cry maybe.


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You got it in one Lee. That's exactly how I felt. You are right though, once Steve is done this will be one straight and solid mustang. Just need to find the $$$ now, you don't want to lend me any do you Lee. I am sure you will have some left over after your build is complete. I heard Kerry does this sort of stuff for free. Ha Ha


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aww im feeling for u cage. i have a feeling mine will need doing the same as urs soon. but definitely holy crap dude...
good lucky on Saturday.


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Cheers Kosa. Looking forward to seeing her. Maybe give her a hug. I'll say hello to yours while I'm there.


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Probably best you hug Kosa's car, there wont be anything left of yours by then







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Only kidding, look we have actually added some metal Headbanger



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Ozbilt might share his knowledge for free but he certainly doesn't work for free...and so he shouldn't!

If I win lotto I'll give you a loan Cage...too bad I don't believe in gambling Argh

As for my build cost...if I told you how much I have invested in Q at this current stage and how it currently looks there may be a repeat of the scene I depicted above!


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I got 5 numbers in lotto the other week and thought that I must be in the money some how. Unfortunately 8220 other people got 5 numbers as well so I ended up with $42.50. Spewing.

Steve just told me the plenum is rooted now, full of rust, so it has to go which means ripping the front window out and replacing the plenum, plus more paint work etc etc. Fair dinkum it is hard to keep a smile on the face let me tell you.


"The simple answer is, even if I have decided I still don't know what to do."

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The smiles will come when you are cruising around in it. The plenum is a bit of a bitch, it looked ok until other parts were cut away. Better its discovered now than have it leak like a seive later.


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Joy! You too can have a car like this!




Hey at least you have someone that knows what they are doing... not some backyard shonk Laughing


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