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 on: March 31, 2015, 04:20:15 PM 
Started by ZLP955 - Last post by ZLP955
I have the base from the L78 but my father broke the jacking mech back many years ago
Darrell, does the base have anything stamped on it?

 on: March 31, 2015, 04:18:36 PM 
Started by ZLP955 - Last post by ZLP955
Norwood 04D 68 Z. here are my jack pics:
Thanks! Is the mast section trapezoidal or square?

 on: March 31, 2015, 02:59:37 PM 
Started by Swede70 - Last post by Swede70

Although not to be turned out immediately, I do hope in time to be able to afford copies of the '67-'68 Camaro Trans-Am dashboard as a pain-free addition to the now-old GMP Penske Donohue Camaros.  I'm still learning how to be cast two piece molds, and outside of two previous projects this would constitute my third effort to create something usable proceeding down this path.  


In other news a local automobilia store hosted a book signing where Herb Adams was in attendance, and given short notice, I hurried to mate the new roll cage and floor structure to my 1:18th replica so that model would be presentable - or at the very least up on wheels.  Two largely sleepless nights followed, although for concerted late night hack and slash, I was able to take all my parts and align them sufficiently and so present the project for Mr. Adams to inspect.  This task accomplished, a brief trip to an area pro shop yielded up a small aluminum placard to which Herb Adams affixed his signature.  It was nice to receive some direct validation for the effort put in, whereas one of his children took some images to forward to other family members.  A good experience in total.  


...and as for the '68 Shelby Racing Co. Mustang, a new stone shield has been fabricated and is seen resting beneath the grille and atop the fabricated front valance.  The headlamp fill panels have been refabricated, corrected now for shape. The rear flares have been shrunk a bit besides, although no photo images is strictly provided to telegraph this change.  Kind thanks for the interest expressed both now and in the past.

Mike K.

 on: March 31, 2015, 02:57:31 PM 
Started by mikefam - Last post by mikefam
Nova cable attaches to the firewall with one screw. I can take a pic. of the Nova set-up if you need it. The Nova Q-Jet cable will work. The Nova Holley cable has a different end.

Thanks for the confirmation and no need to post a pic. I have it from a few different sources now that it will work so I'm going to order the Nova cable.


 on: March 31, 2015, 02:55:03 PM 
Started by jeff68 - Last post by janobyte
My booster from CHP:

 on: March 31, 2015, 02:47:09 PM 
Started by jeff68 - Last post by janobyte
Back from Brake Boosters, next to go out are the proportioning valve and metering block. Sort of interesting the difference between the R and L stamping. This is what was once under all the black tar and paint. Then hood release , z bar , hinges...

 on: March 31, 2015, 02:36:55 PM 
Started by ZLP955 - Last post by janobyte
Norwood 04D 68 Z.  Base is in with the " general population" of my parts...will look another day. Iron long gone Cry  here are my jack pics:

 on: March 31, 2015, 01:36:42 PM 
Started by dannystarr - Last post by dannystarr
Ok, got the shipping quote... Thinking about it all... Keep the ideas coming. Gotta get back to work... D

 on: March 31, 2015, 01:34:10 PM 
Started by dannystarr - Last post by m22mike
I have been to the show every year since it started, not always with a car. For the most part the weather has been cold but dry. Last year sucked, steady rain all evening.
 I would strongly recommend not driving in and out that time of year. Do what charley suggested, Reliable picks up alot of cars from CA and AZ.
Money aside you'll love the show, best in the world.


 on: March 31, 2015, 01:20:20 PM 
Started by dannystarr - Last post by dannystarr
Paul, that is hilarious   Grin Wink
I will check in to Reliable Carriers and get an idea on that.

Ok, I did a map and it's 3 hours and 49 minutes from 44089. I SO appreciate the offer. But with stopping for food and gas I think I would be all freaked out driving it 6 hours... TWICE. And that is at 50 miles an hour. Driving 65MPH you can start to see the gas gauge go down  Sad  And again, I sure the hell can't put chains on and drive in the snow. Also this car can't even be washed with a hose, as water goes in the back and front windows like a baby waterfall! Ending up in the front cowl, puddling in the trunk, wiring in dash? I was hoping to be spoiled and find someone a few miles away. Then follow them over to the show in great weather... ha ha   The wipers work SOMETIMES. Sometimes it takes a few seconds for them to swipe. All the weather planets need to align. 

 And back to where the car goes when it gets shipped back there? I need to be standing there when the truck pulls up, right? ... Just trying to figure this all out.. Danny

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