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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-10-04, 09:47 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Dc Ltd V8!

I just bought one! Bit of a step up from the EA GL. I pick it up tuesday.


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Whoa well done Barry. :D Sounds like a beast.

Any further details/pics?

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no pics yet. Its stark white like my EA. its was originally owned by the Bankstown city council in NSW, im told it was the mayors car. the power seats are pretty cool! the original ltd mags are the first project, they need a good polish to a mirror finish. a few people have done that with turboblades havnt they?

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So are you a Proud TQE Operator or a PROUD TQE OWNER

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ahhh...LTDs....sounds good mate!!

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it may not do the quarter mile as fast as some, but at the end of the 400 meters you could just keep driving....

One thing i do have to fix is the steering wheel. the top has deteriorated. any idea where and how much i could source a new (or good second hand) one from? The EB GT/XR8 ones look excellent but are a bit pricey. any other options (gotta have cruise buttons)?

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after seeing Waynes new leather interior, i must say i LOVE THE INTERIOR in those.
fantastic pickup there mate, deffinately need some pics of it.

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One thing i do have to fix is the steering wheel. the top has deteriorated. any idea where and how much i could source a new (or good second hand) one from? The EB GT/XR8 ones look excellent but are a bit pricey. any other options (gotta have cruise buttons)?
Try All Panels & Parts at Lonsdale.
They have all kinds of good Ford parts.
A bit pricy tho.
Otherwise if you want one new you'll have to go to Ford.
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I may get my Fairlane for wreck later on, stay tuned


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Congrats, waiting on pics thou.

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