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Oh awesome! That looks factory. Good job, looks fantastic! How good does that snail look Banana Dance

This thing is gonna fly! 350-400rwk is pretty easy with these.


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yep, that does look neat.


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

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Looks great!


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It looks like it is meant to be there.


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That’s what I was going for, I want it to look factory when people open the bonnet. The air box is tricky though. Trying to get a small box with a large outlet was a tough job.


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What else do you do on Christmas Day? ??



Making progress on the brakes, have al the lines run although forgot to buy a t-piece for the rear so will have to wait for the shops to open after New Years.






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??? the T piece on the diff or an aftermarket one??
I may have one here,
if you want i can look .

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Intercooler piping all done, a few more joins than I wanted and might look at making one piece units in the future but for now it will work









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very nice build might use the removable radiator support on my own project
cheers


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Everything is so shiny and new. Love it.


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Putting shiny bits back on is so rewarding after all that prep.

How much clearance have you got between pipe and the front right wheel at full lock? The pic looks deceptive.


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Front right has heaps, left hand side only just misses


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MNT67 wrote
Front right has heaps, left hand side only just misses

Will it continue to miss under full suspension travel?
I'm sure you have checked but the picture is deceptive.
Looks bloody nice though and most of the joiners you are concerned about will not normally be visible but they will be handy for future maintenance.


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It’s close but it will miss ?

Have all the heater lines plumbed up and she holds water ? Thanks to John who dropped by and saved the day with a t-piece for the rear brakes. Will get them bleed up tomorrow



Managed to squeeze the heater tap under the manifold.



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Did you make up that radiator filler neck or is it an off the shelf item? Looks nice.


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