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Hot!"Black" v6

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Re: "Black" v6 2018/08/20 10:53:41 (permalink)
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Re: "Black" v6 2018/08/20 10:58:23 (permalink)
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its a factory fit on them late 72 on:
 
its a metal angle which is screwed to the slam panel and carries a seal - to stop air flow btn the bonnet and slam panel - so directing air past the grill and thru the radiator. Ford obviously added them to aid in cooling efficiency:
 
Heres one on my 73 GT:





Might help stop bonnets flipping up in the breeze too!

WTB: Recaro seat - any condition considered
 
 
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Re: "Black" v6 2018/08/20 11:05:08 (permalink)
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Re: "Black" v6 2018/08/20 14:51:35 (permalink)
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Owned a few late 72 and none of mine ever had one. Never seen one with it but haven’t really looked on any of my cars not knowing it before. Cheers.
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Re: "Black" v6 2018/08/21 23:04:54 (permalink)
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not fitted to Aussie delivered capris, my 70 model 3000E has one, and the RS being a facelift also has one.
 

Capri The car I always promised myself
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Re: "Black" v6 2018/11/07 19:43:42 (permalink)
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Re: "Black" v6 2018/11/08 15:35:26 (permalink)
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Spud I see you might have used air powered grinder to remove the paint, if you don't have a compressor grunty enough to run one, any suggestions in an efficient electric alternative?
 
I would have probably tried just the DA 115mm sander, but is was hoping for faster suggestion.
(need to do the same on my escort when the time comes, full car)
 
thanks
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Re: "Black" v6 2018/11/09 08:00:58 (permalink)
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these are the things I use to take paint and rust off



cut and polish machine

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Re: "Black" v6 2019/09/17 18:38:31 (permalink)
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Getting it in colour ....


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Re: "Black" v6 2019/09/17 18:45:27 (permalink)
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Nice. I like that black. Just kidding nice colour.
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Re: "Black" v6 2019/09/17 19:20:00 (permalink)
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2 pak is very forgiving - you can get such a good result with not to much hassle
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