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    my only "real" Cobra is a 428 SCJ engine
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron77 View Post
    Vince,

    If you can have it to go cart in 10 working days that will be really great. Many of the builds are taking years. I believe that Kerry is now approaching the century mark.

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    HEY....I resemble that remark The coupe passed it's tenth anniversary and is yet to be inventoried. I did make some dollies so I can push it out of the way.

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    1969 NASCAR Cobra, 428SCJ engine bored .065 and sonic tested and balanced and blue printed.
    I thought that may get your attention Kerry. Rich, my cousin asked me the other day if you were getting close to having yours finished. I think that he and his wife would like to have someone to go to shows and drive with.

    And how is the heat back there now? according to the weather map I saw yesterday it was over 100 in Little Rock.

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    my only "real" Cobra is a 428 SCJ engine
    It's been warm. Lots of 90s. A good reason not to work on cars

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    1969 NASCAR Cobra, 428SCJ engine bored .065 and sonic tested and balanced and blue printed.
    Well Kerry let me know when it hits 110 plus and I will feel sorry for you. We are supposed to have 111/115 today with some humidity which they said will drive the heat index up to around 118. To hot to even drive cars.

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    My next door neighbor finished his shop last year with, not only hydronic heated floors, but also A.C.. I'm not too proud to beg if it comes to it.

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    1969 NASCAR Cobra, 428SCJ engine bored .065 and sonic tested and balanced and blue printed.
    Now that sounds like the type of garage I wish I could afford. In fact I would like to have a huge garage with just a small house attached.

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    Can Am Cobra. No Kit, no donor. Buck Kinney BBC Stroker Race Engine
    Quote Originally Posted by Fugi1 View Post
    My next door neighbor finished his shop last year with, not only hydronic heated floors, but also A.C.. I'm not too proud to beg if it comes to it.


    I'd swap him garages in a heartbeat.
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    Quick question. When I ordered the Complete Kit, the option to add the ceramic headers was greyed out. I later learned FFR was not going to offer them for the 4.6 anymore. Other than going to a total custom set, any thoughts on where to get a set for the roadster?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron77 View Post
    Now that sounds like the type of garage I wish I could afford. In fact I would like to have a huge garage with just a small house attached.

    Ron
    I've often thought the perfect house had about 2000 sq ft living space and 5000 sq ft shop space.

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    my only "real" Cobra is a 428 SCJ engine
    I don't know anything about these guys but it looks like they can talk the talk.

    http://www.stainlessheaders.com/cobraheaders


    A set of shorties may fit or fit with minor/major mods.


    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Modular...dWJl0i&vxp=mtr

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    my only "real" Cobra is a 428 SCJ engine
    Quote Originally Posted by Fugi1 View Post

    Color will green metallic ('96 Caddy) and cream stripes. '17" wheels.
    A green car with stripes and a blower sounds like a very sensible combination.
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    Now own just a lowly Viper
    But how does it work for carrying sheets of plywood?

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    But how does it work for carrying sheets of plywood?
    Tie em to the roof for some added down force. Makes the drive home quicker than the drive there.

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    Now own just a lowly Viper
    Nomad has been giving you advice again hasn't he?

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    If you strap the plywood to the roof it's like having a garage everywhere you go.

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    Remember the commercial for the Magnum? Guys sitting at a stoplight & a Magnum pulls up. 1st guy yells, what's in it? Magnum drivers yells something to the effect of; 2 4x8 sheets of plywood, 8 2x4's & a box of nails. Gotta love Chrysler for that one.

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