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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-20-04, 07:56 PM Thread Starter
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hey there fellow fairlane drivers

bought myself a '70 ZC custom a month ago.. gonna be dropping a 351 in it very soon too.

go me.


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Previous ride: EBII V8 Manual Ghia spring roll.
Current ride: 1970 ZC 351 Fairlane Custom.. (estimated 350ftlb @ 2000rpm.. max torque 420ftlb at 4500rpm.. with standard exhaust manifold!)
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-20-04, 07:59 PM
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Re: hey there fellow fairlane drivers

wheres our pics damnit?

clevo or windsor?

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Re: hey there fellow fairlane drivers

pics not on this computer. dang! ill get some up soon.

clevo.. dual fuel too! (tho the lpg probably wont keep up with Mr 51 when he settles under the acreage of the bonnet.)

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Re: hey there fellow fairlane drivers

hmm a petrol 460hp 351 clevo as a daily driver.. you got shares in an oil refinery? lol

so whats she like to drive compared to the EB 5.0?

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Re: hey there fellow fairlane drivers

duel fuel... shes on lpg my friend...

drives like a boat compared to the EB.. of course! .. my eb had 17s and firim suspension and rack n pinion steering..

buuuuut... im gonna see what i can do to mod the fairlane out to give it rack n pinion, and mac strut susp up front.. its a big work in progress...

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