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A few more from SEMA-revised

November 13 2014 at 11:26 AM
Tom P  (Login tomposthuma)
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I think i've already posted all the FE cars i saw, here's one more of that Fairlane which was on the ground on Friday anticipating move out.
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And this FE powered 67 Mustang
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Here is some other interesting stuff.

No sign on this, and it was five feet beyond a fence in the 50 years of Mustangs display. At first i thought this was a Coyote 5.0 in a Mustang II, but it looks more like a 3 valve V10, whatever it is really fills up that space.
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This sharp looking shortbox sporting a Coyote 5.0
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Roush Yates new RY45 engine
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Coyote 5.0 engine dressed up nice
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Two Aussie Utes, they are GM but we never see them here.
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Not just Australia, people come from all over. I think these chaps are from Dearborn maybe...
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The American Force wheels sand castle
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Talented lady airbrushing the Chrisman and Cannon dragster on a skateboard
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The HotWheels Twin mill was cool.
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Two engines not enough?
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Eric B.
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Saw two Utes at Scottsdale auto show last week.

November 13 2014, 11:48 AM 

I had to ask my son what they were. They have GTO emblems up front.

 
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George Huff
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Two Utes? Was Cousin Vinny wit dhem? N/M

November 21 2014, 2:54 PM 


 
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George Huff
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Two Utes? Was Cousin Vinny wit dhem? N/M

November 21 2014, 2:54 PM 


 
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Tom P
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Utes

November 26 2014, 5:52 PM 

I loved that movie. While waiting to talk to the guys at FAST fuel injection i had to wait till the tech guy was finished talking to Archie Bunker... at least the New Yorker sounded exactly the same even if he looked more like Meathead. "Oy loik dat youse goys system ain't gadda latta woires runnin all ova da place."

I was so tempted to interrupt just to hear him say "Butta bing, butta boom" happy.gif

 
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Howie
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Wing?

November 13 2014, 2:56 PM 

Not really liking the odd looking round turn lights on the front bumper either.
To each his own.

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1968 Mustang Fastback 482 Jerico 4 Speed
1967 Fairlane 428, Jerico 4 Speed

 
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Tom P
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that Mustang II

November 13 2014, 7:38 PM 


 
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Don Ragan
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Re: that mustang II

November 14 2014, 6:51 AM 

Well, I like it a hell of a lot. A TON of work went into that build. I have always had a semi soft spot for M 2's. The biggest prob for me was a general lack of performance and from a styling standpoint It had way too much front overhang. Stretching the chassis brings the car into it's own in my opinion. Great job. P/S, on front overhang, I mean forward of front wheels.

 
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