WTB 428 Convertible

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428cougarguy
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Re: WTB 428 Convertible

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Post by 428cougarguy » 16 May 2018, 00:00

Someone got a good deal - a very solid car for sure. I just am not of fan of the light yellow paint.

2720r
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Re: WTB 428 Convertible

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Post by 2720r » 11 Jun 2018, 18:25

leonbray wrote:
10 May 2018, 15:47
How about the only 1970 428 XR7 ram air in right hand drive? Has been resuscitated over the years after being pillaged by the usual Mustang owner
OK, you have my attention. Whaddayagot?

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Re: WTB 428 Convertible

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Post by leonbray » 12 Jun 2018, 23:03

2720r wrote:
11 Jun 2018, 18:25
leonbray wrote:
10 May 2018, 15:47
How about the only 1970 428 XR7 ram air in right hand drive? Has been resuscitated over the years after being pillaged by the usual Mustang owner
OK, you have my attention. Whaddayagot?





Imported into Australia in 1990
Converted to RHD using Australian Falcon steering and RHD right side manifold
Floors and rockers replaced
Conversion has been redone to eliminate bump steer, fix incorrectly converted dash and change over window switches
Sound deadening scraped off and surface rust removed, treated and coated with rust protection paint
Resuscitation with mainly reproduction parts
Suspension replaced - Koni shocks
Cobra Jet was cracked and has been replaced with another 428 block (probably light truck)- standard bore, ARP bolts. Blows smoke on start-up. Original VIN stamped heads
C6 bell housing has a chunk missing
Brakes rebuilt or replaced
Heater core replaced
Radiator replaced
Aftermarket period correct NOS AM/FM 8 track
Carb rebuilt (not correct code but with 735 off a manual car). Edelbrock performer manifold
Has 3.5 open diff
Never gassed the a/c as I don't use the car often enough
Has probably only done 100 miles per year since I purchased it in 1999
Designed to be driven

2720r
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Re: WTB 428 Convertible

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Post by 2720r » 14 Jun 2018, 06:51

What's your asking price? Please PM me or email to aston66@ptd.net

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