Ford Cortina - goes like a chinese sweat shop, flat out and no breaks

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Re: tyga's TD Cortina project
« Reply #60 on: January 25, 2017, 10:40:24 PM »

No updates on the Cortina due to fairly recently getting a 1978 ZH fairlane Marquis with 351 Cleveland, FMX auto and 9inch LSD.

The Cortina isn't getting any love, because the fairlane is registered and I'm currently spending all my spare time and spare money getting it road worthy. I'm rebuilding the engine and pretty much ready for the reassembly, and currently have the entire front suspension out ready for new bushes, ball joints, shocks, springs and bearings. Might even replace the rotors.

Happy Straya day.  :beer
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Re: tyga's TD Cortina project
« Reply #61 on: January 27, 2017, 12:19:10 PM »

i know that feeling well. i used to look at ppl who had more than 1 project on the go as weird. i used to think just get one and finish it, then move onto the next. now i have 4 and not really sure how that happened. right now they're all missing the love.

i got a fairlane as well but a zf which im putting a 532 big block in.
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