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I've been watching this thread for a while. Enjoying the nice work. Thanks for sharing.
Nice score. It's a real time capsule
Is there anyway to reduce the size of the avatars when viewing a thread? They seem to be a more manageable size on search result screens but much...
Unfortunately, if you don't come out of the womb loving 32 fords, you are not welcome on this forum or by many of the members.
That would be like buying a '75 suburban today
Jealous... One of my top 5 wants. What a fabulous interior.
Quick-glo.. or something similar.
Looks good. I need to build one of these myself.
I'd be reluctant to use acetone on a freshly painted surface
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This is, by far, the best advice. Learn by example on your first build(s).
I'm creating a entirely brand new harness. It just seems a shame to have to splice in pieces of an old harness.
I was hoping for it to look stock. It just seems strange that they are not available. There's got to be plenty of people out there looking for the...
ok.. so by wrapping the wire around the end and soldering, that's how I create the 90 degree bend. I think I follow. That's an interesting idea.
I'm not sure I follow. It's the bare female connector I'm looking for but bent 90 degrees.
Yes, this is for a ford product.
Thanks. I'm looking for just the end that I can solder into my own wiring harness and not have to splice it in.
Thanks for searching.. I may go...
To be more specific, it's not for spark plugs but for instrument gauges. So it needs to be smaller plugs. About an 1/8 to 3/16 of an inch (4.7 mm).
Anyone know of a source for a female electrical connector, bullet type that has a 90 degree angle? Like the one in the image attached.
Surprising... I would have thought that the f100 bumpers were wider
And don't call me norton... Call me Eduardo.
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"or" just the hubcaps... I assumed it was a typo.. and I'm not your friend... I don't even know you.
wrong coast for me
Funny, I just realized that I am right by the Hub-Cap place in Southampton (Just moved to Mt Holly). What are you looking for? I can stop and take...
I think he has other stuff besides hubcaps.. hence the 120k
Never been there. That's a lot of hub caps. Don't know where you are in Jersey but there's the Hub-Cap Place on Rt 70 in Southampton. I remember...
This may seem silly.. but what about adding nubs on the inside on the size wheel you need?
I've used this site in the past. I like that it shows over-all dimensions including with the tire.
I'm not sure I understand your point. Is it surprising that there are less Novas on the "scrap heap" now then there were, say, 30 years ago?
Try this link.. second and third post down
I would argue that the cost of this hobby is what the hobbyist is willing to spend. There is no requirement to spend huge amounts of...
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