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About Machattack

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    Melbourne, Australia
  1. I have Boss Motorsports 336 on my car, they just bolt straight on. Mine are 20" but they also do them in 17". Car is lowered around 2 inches and the front guards have been rolled. Not sure the offset. http://www.bossmotorsports.com/custom_chrome_wheels.cfm?id=1918&cat=467
  2. That's why I don't think it'll see the road. It's not worth spending the money to restore. I reckon the buyer (if genuine) wants it just the way it is.
  3. Went for $74,100 in the end. I wonder if it will ever see the road again.
  4. Just came across this car on ebay earlier today. Gone from 37k to 65k in 3 hours. 22 hours left.
  5. Great looking car Tony. Very bizarre clip, thought of old Maggie straight away.
  6. I don't think it's ugly at all..... but definitely not worth that sort of money.
  7. Just to follow up incase anyone is interested or finds this thread in a future search, you can get one here: http://www.cal-mustang.com/FRONT-END-BRA-1970-P12392C694.aspx
  8. Thanks Pak, will pass it on. I believe he only wants it for long trips, not every day use.
  9. A fella on an Aussie forum is after a car bra for his '70 Mach 1 for using on long trips. Does anyone on here know where one can be bought as he's having no luck in Australia? Like so:
  10. Looks like the guys at Image did a pretty good job on it too. Have you got it back together yet?
  11. You're right with the stud pattern. AU onwards have a different offset to earlier Falcons but same stud pattern. Wouldn't know if you can use the rotors but if you can I'm sure someone on this site can steer you in the right direction: http://www.mustangtech.com.au/index.php?name=Forums
  12. I quite like those wheels, go for it! 20" Boss Motorsports 336
  13. Some finished pics here: http://www.mustang.org.au/forum/index.php/topic,19408.msg192864/topicseen.html#msg192864
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