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Replica 427 Cobra I just got for a good price.  How would an A-12 do in there?

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Dodgeman
Posted: 2004/3/31 15:30  Updated: 2004/3/31 15:30
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From: Southern Tablelands N.S.W. Australia
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 Re: Dimlight
How would an A12 go in there you ask?
I think it would be just fine. Simply mount it in the trunk [It's easier if you cut a trunk lid into it] Secure it well & it's weight should help reduce some of that wheelspin problem that these things have.

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DatA15
Posted: 2004/3/31 9:58  Updated: 2004/3/31 9:58
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From: Adelaide
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 Re: Dimlight
mmm a A-12 would go pretty well. did you buy it with out a engine in it??

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dattodevil
Posted: 2004/3/31 10:02  Updated: 2004/3/31 10:02
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From: Christchurch. NZ
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 Re: Dimlight
Now I'm not a big ford fan, but one of these I would own

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Astro_Boy
Posted: 2004/3/31 10:54  Updated: 2004/3/31 10:54
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From: Canberra, Australia
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 Re: Dimlight
Its beautiful! I bet its heaps of fun to drive

I think I subconsciously had a cobra in my head when i was restoring my ute. I desperatly want to get chrome sidepipes for my ute...

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tens_and_twenties
Posted: 2004/4/1 4:36  Updated: 2004/4/1 4:36
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From: Arlington, TX, USA
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 Re: Dimlight
The car was purchased already "complete". It has a 351 V8 and a 4-speed. Some small changes have already been made (seats, brake system components, etc.), and there may be more on the way if he keeps it long-term.


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pro-240c
Posted: 2004/4/1 7:04  Updated: 2004/4/1 7:04
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From: WA
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 Re: Dimlight
A12 is a joke, right.....? right?

i'd slip a TA45 powered 1UZFE in there, Getrag 6spd and an R200 LSD.

yum yum.

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tsillay
Posted: 2004/1/9 7:04  Updated: 2004/1/9 7:04
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From: Wellington New Zealand
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 Re: Dimlight
desperately cool.

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stirlingmac
Posted: 2004/1/9 0:27  Updated: 2004/1/9 0:27
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From: Wellington New Zealand
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 Re: Dimlight
Good man....I reckon an A12 would make an excellent starter for a big block Ford. I hope it does'nt have a Chev in it.....

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2332owner
Posted: 2004/1/9 4:15  Updated: 2004/1/9 4:15
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 Re: Dimlight
Looks great! My father and I built one about 13 years ago and we're still enjoying it to date.

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tens_and_twenties
Posted: 2004/1/9 5:10  Updated: 2004/1/9 5:10
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 Re: Dimlight
We took it from it's old home to it's new home tonight, so I snapped off a pic as we were leaving.