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Re: '71 V6 GT Restore 2018/05/03 19:34:19 (permalink)
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Neither of mine have them at August 72. Or Ck17Me numbers. Must have been a retrofit I would think. Maybe a dealers fitout if they came from the same area. Or Ford themselves trying different things.
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Re: '71 V6 GT Restore 2018/05/03 20:25:12 (permalink)
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From my looking into it there doesn't see to be any pattern or logic. I have seen a number of 71 and 72 models with both types of seats (low and high lever) with the did different seat mounts. Looks like the parts bin was a mix of both types of high backs during this period.
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Re: '71 V6 GT Restore 2018/05/03 21:48:51 (permalink)
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Great to see another Capri undergoing a resto. Will be a nice car when it's done and worth the effort.
 
I wonder if SMCKA would consider stocking the arch repair sections if there was enough intrest, may be worth a phone call.
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Re: '71 V6 GT Restore 2018/05/03 23:26:31 (permalink)
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If it helps re; the mounts, it is a 12/71 build.
 
Now I just need to stay focused and motivated to keep the momentum
 
 
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Re: '71 V6 GT Restore 2018/05/07 11:41:22 (permalink)
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Thanks whooli. Your generosity is much appreciated.
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Re: '71 V6 GT Restore 2019/02/24 18:53:38 (permalink)
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Hey everyone, just a quick question. How do I remove the roof chrome strips successfully?
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