They are much heavier as they carried a trans oil cooler extra bracing including bigger wheels tubs,extra bracing in the boot ect bigger radiator with electric type fans which in fact will put a huge weight difference.All in all i think there was close to 50 -80 odd kilos now that is like carrying an extra passenger.outback_ute said:Plus the rear wheelarches, bonnet scoop and spoiler in plastic instead of fibreglass or vice versa. Alex why do you say they are heavier? Maybe 10kg but that is sfa.
CJ is Cobra Jetjemmex said:CJ and SCJ?
I'm sure this has been posted somewhere before, but I'll list it again73falcongt said:The Bathurst actually had a front spoiler that the normal ones didn't, bonnet scoop and Bathurst Cobras had 351's while other had 302's. Not too 100% whether some Bathurst Cobras had 351's, I don't think so.
Yep the XY 4x4 made it to production. Not 100% on this, but build numbers were around the 300-400 mark. Anyone know for sure?lilMattie said:Dont know if it made production, but I have certainly seen some around. There's one that lives in my area.... always thought it looked a bit odd..
The Black Landau was another of Bill "the mad yank" Bourkes personal drive cars. Bill was the managing director of Ford during the late 60's and early 70's and he is the reason the GT's were a performance car (and the striping and detailing were US orientated too).outback_ute said:Tell us more about the Landau! (or PM me) Is there any info on the web?