progress report on the 73

Discussion in 'Oklahoma Region' started by victor3ranger, Aug 10, 2009.

  1. gutted72

    gutted72 Veteran Member

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    Look at it this way, If you are in long enough they don't have a pt schedule for the old people, so you won't have to do that part of it.
     
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    LOL, at this point in my career when they talk about PT I just say "Ok, whatever":p

    496z28, you are more than welcome to come by and check the car out. Just give me a heads up so I will make sure that I will stick around the house.
     
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    Found out tonight that I have to take all my door panels and trim off so I can adjust my door glass again.:(
     
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    Yeah, unfortunetly there isn't any other way to do that. The good thing is there isn't a whole lot on these doors to take off to get in there so you can adjust the windows.
     
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    Got the passenger side window adjusted, still need to get all the weather seals on it. Now just get the drivers side done.
     
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    Got all my new guages in and working finally. I really like the 5" AutoMeter tach and speedo, last thing I need is a speedo cable to hook up and that part is finished.:crazy:
     
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    Got to take the car for a spin for the first time yesterday, WEEEEEEEEE:crazy:
     
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    What a thrill! I remember the feeling well! There's nothing like that first ride!
     
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    Still got to tinker with a few things but she is officially drivable now, yahoooooo:)
     
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    So, after the "break-in period" how fast does she go ? How do you like the way it rides? Hoes does it ride, rough, smooth or in between? Come on give us some details.
     

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