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Lol, thanks for all the praise mate, I may sell you the hitch at a good price!
Okay here is an update with some interior pics, note the crack free dash! I am so happy about that you cant imagine. As for the rest of the interior, i seriously don't think i need to do anything to it beyond giving it a bit of a clean and vacuum the carpet.
Looking better all the time.
That dash is looking pretty classy Wolfen! Are the dashes in all Sport Fury GT's that spartan? I'm surprised there isn't more gauges and only the idiot lights.
I should have turned the steering wheel around a bit to show more of the dash eh? But yes the dashes in Sport Furies didn't have much beyond what you could get in other cars of the same line. Mine unfortunately doesn't even have a clock, its got the delete plate in place. Sucks. Would have been nice to have a tach there.
Delete the delete plate then....
l have a extra clock if you want....landau black from sem will make your steering wheel and dash look like new and the saddle soap will bring most of your interior back to new condition....
I might have a clock, i will check up on that, I also will probably need a radio too, it has an aftermarket cassette player in it right now. Need to check through my parts piles, i have too much junk.
have radios to....
Mate, you probably have a copy of this edition of HMM (it popped into my head the other day), but here's the link anyway - restoration article from the November 2004 edition, George Roraback Jr's green 1971 Sport Fury GT.
Wow, thanks for that Aidan, I am bookmarking that for sure, I havent seen it no.
you;ll be surprised what you run across now that you have the GT
Yes, I always do a lot of reading to bone up on cars i own, this one will be no exception.
Very, very nice car!
How many did they make in 1971?
Made 375, 17 SFGT's.
Very cool car Wolfen. Do you have a donor for the frame parts?
375....34 came to canada...
There is this car, but i am not sure I can use much at all to be honest, a bit of the rear shackle mounts from what I have found so far.
Wow! This one is from West Virginia and was parked next to me about 4 years ago at Mason-Dixon Mopar show in Boonesboro, Maryland.
Why would you not be able to use the front subframe and rear frame structures? They are essentially the same car.