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Old 07-02-2003, 06:33   #1 (permalink)
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Question AuII Fairmont Ghia suspension

Just wondrin' if someone could tell me whether the AuII Fairmont Ghia's had the Tickford springs and shockers fitted as standard?
I don't think they did, but i just want to confirm that.
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Re: AuII Fairmont Ghia suspension

What I can definitely tell you is that it was an option on all Falcon/Fairmonts, and if fitted, there will be a Tickford plate in the engine bay (on the drivers side), just above the fuse box. No plate, no suspension.

My feeling is that the Ghias came with Tickford suspension, but I'm not 100% positive.
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Re: AuII Fairmont Ghia suspension

Thanks HADby2. Just raced out and had a look, but no plate near the fuse/relay box, so no tickford bits.
I didn't think it had as the car didn't seem to sit low enough. Thanks again for the info.
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