Carb spacer on the GTE 427?

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Re: Carb spacer on the GTE 427?

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Post by 68 hertz » 06 Apr 2019, 15:21

Phil wrote:
06 Apr 2019, 13:54
Sign me up for one! Thx.
Phil
Ok that’s the last one.
Randy ,Syracuse NY

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Re: Carb spacer on the GTE 427?

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Post by 68 hertz » 06 Apr 2019, 18:17

68 hertz wrote:
06 Apr 2019, 15:21
Phil wrote:
06 Apr 2019, 13:54
Sign me up for one! Thx.
Phil
Ok that’s the last one.
Phil give me your address in a pm ill mail it
Randy ,Syracuse NY

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Re: Carb spacer on the GTE 427?

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Post by 68 hertz » 07 Apr 2019, 19:10

Bent tabs and stamped,will go out tomorrow.[CCCGallery][/CCCGallery]
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Re: Carb spacer on the GTE 427?

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Post by ccarney69 » 10 Apr 2019, 22:23



I got mine today, is very nice, it is very heavy metal and is top notch work. I do appreciate it 100%. I’m going to put it on the GT-E this weekend and I will take some pictures and update right here!
1968 GT-E 427 Standard Nordic Blue/Black Décor, driver
1969 XR7 R Code 4 Speed Yellow/Black Top Black Interior, current project no.1
1969 XR7 Q Code C6 Green/Black Top Dark Ivy Green Interior, current project no. 2
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