I think it looks pretty good. Pretty much a mix of everything. I
probably wouldn't have done everything you did but, that what this whole
thread is about.
I'm curious how a '1972' spec car passed California Emissions
without an air pump?
What does the GT springs in front do for you?
Is that a chrome or a RRB front crossmember? Oh, never mind, I
see that it's the earlier radiator mounting. It's the brake booster that
I do like the wheels, but minilites are still my choice. I don't
have those either.
And here you have to add another color to my choices of when
I paint my car. :-)
I'm sure it's heresy to say this here, but I actually like the
'73 and '74 grill with the black inserts better than the all chrome ones.
Lawrie Alexander wrote:
> Hi, fellow listers,
> Clearly, from recent posts, I know what David Breneman's opinion will be (!)
> but I wonder what others might think of the car now featured at
> As the lucky chap who gets to look at it and drive it, I must say that - all
> thoughts of originality aside - if the factory had built one like this they
> might well still be in business!
> British Sportscar Center
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