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    Senior Member GianM's Avatar
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    Russ, it`s great to hear from you again!

    Your car looks great!!!

    Of all the things I've lost, I miss my mind the most...

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    Thanks guys. Here's a pix of the engine compartment. Sorry, I don't know how to post a large format photo.

    IMG_1580.jpg

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    1969 NASCAR Cobra, 428SCJ engine bored .065 and sonic tested and balanced and blue printed.
    Russ,

    That is a nice looking engine compartment.



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    Russ,

    Absolutely fabulous,
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    Can Am Cobra. No Kit, no donor. Buck Kinney BBC Stroker Race Engine
    Drop dead gorgeous.

    It's making power just sitting there.
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    Stick in a milk crate and take it for a spin..

    I am surprised you had it painted prior to finishing the interior. No fears of scratching it?
    Fast at any speed-Cobra

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    Actually I installed the drivers seat so I can drive it around the neighborhood taking my chances with the local police until I can get it registered.

    Nope, no worries on scratching the paint. The interior would have been ruined by all the sanding dust when it was at the paint shop. Power washed it inside and out when I got it back to wash out the dust that was everywhere. Painter tried to mask things off but it still got everywhere.

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