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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-20-01, 04:09 AM Thread Starter
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H.O. History

As promised 3 weeks ago, at last I have put some pictures and drawings of H.O. vehicles after 1975 on my website. These cars were created to carry on the H.O. history outside the Ford umbrella. You might find them interesting.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-20-01, 04:16 AM Thread Starter
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Oops, forgot to give you my website address.

www.gruppea.com.au.

PS: Some of the parts are still available either from me or Nick at AAW Wreckers. Nick's number is (03) 9359-6066.
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Ahh, i've been waiting a bit for these, they look a treat.. Definitely a part of Falcon history there

I dont suppose there was ever a sideskirt developed for a wagon/Fairlane wheelbase?
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I dont suppose there was ever a sideskirt developed for a wagon/Fairlane wheelbase? [/B]
Which models?
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Changing this thread a little to Phases 1 to 4...

I'm thinking of putting together a "Racing History of the GTHO".
Does anyone out there have old RCNs covering '69-'72 Series Production races? I have the reports given in the Motor Racing Yearbooks, but little else.

Any help would be appreciated...
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Which models?
the XD - XF series..
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the XD - XF series..
Yes - Nick can get the parts for those models. Tell him I suggested you call.
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