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Post by mudflap on Sun Oct 26, 2008 6:34 am

I figure the premis behind this forum is solid but it lacks content (its only new so thats cool) but inorder for it not to become a ghost town it needs it and sooner rather than later,

Come on guys (as a colective) you all go to events & or have rides, post the bugers up and see this place grow.

heres some of the cars Ive built some for me 1 for my relows, I have plenty more but not on this computer

My ZC

Just a mild cruzer, 351, C4 9" with Bench seat and colomn shift



I found some more photos on my computer (thank god, Bec never found out I lost them all)








Hew / Kid, what the hell happend the other night? how did this bloody Fairlane come up in conversation, I thought I was over the trouble i was in for selling her :roll: Next thing I know we're at Micks place Hew Mick and I are in the Kitchen the girls are in the lounge BAAM! the topic comes up and I'm in all sorts of trouble again. I tried asking how the subject came up of the 'Black Car' and all I got was a shrug of her sholders and a inocent I dont know it just did.

The EJ I built for my brother in law

RB30, 5spd, LSD BTR axel







The current project
37 Chev Jag IFS IRS Holden V8 Auto



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Post by minifbvan on Sun Oct 26, 2008 7:16 am

I like the ej wagon ...Very nice..Cheers Mark
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Post by mudflap on Sun Oct 26, 2008 9:16 am

yea I quite enjoyed it, pitty the guy it was built for didnt appreceat it and traded it on a 86 Subaru leone Rolling Eyes Go figure
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Post by minifbvan on Sun Oct 26, 2008 9:21 am

HE DID WHAT...WTF was he thinking..Cheers Mark
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Post by mudflap on Sun Oct 26, 2008 9:49 am

it was his to do with has he pleased, my only beef is it wasnt offered to me for the same price as he traded it for, I could have picked up a few $$$$$$ Very Happy
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Post by Harry Palms on Sun Nov 23, 2008 4:04 am

In regards to that EJ wagon you mentioned it had a BTR axle? and RB30 mill what are they? are they an approved swap & how hard are they to do? and does one have to convert to a R&P etc.
Are conversion parts available i.e. engine gearbox mounts and how does it all SOUND, like does it have a decent note to it all.

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Post by DeadSled on Sun Nov 23, 2008 4:12 am

..Mike / Yeti ?
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Post by mudflap on Sun Nov 23, 2008 11:38 am

DeadSled wrote:..Mike / Yeti ?

It took how long? Laughing Laughing Laughing Mud flap was a nick name given to me when I was a first year cause I cracked the sads when I was given mudflaps to fit unfortunatly it stuck and there are still people that call me by that name 20 years on
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Post by 51chev on Sun Nov 23, 2008 12:05 pm

mudflap wrote:
DeadSled wrote:..Mike / Yeti ?

It took how long? Laughing Laughing Laughing Mud flap was a nick name given to me when I was a first year cause I cracked the sads when I was given mudflaps to fit unfortunatly it stuck and there are still people that call me by that name 20 years on

And I thought it had something to do with.... Nah I wont go there Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

So who won the bet on how long it would take Nick to guess Laughing Laughing
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Post by 51chev on Sun Nov 23, 2008 12:23 pm

I'll help add some.. here is my current collection


My 51 Coupe with 52 teeth that was an import as is but I have fitted a new 350/auto/9inch 3.5 LSD and new front with dropped stubs.
It was meant to be driven as it was but so far only mechanical bit untouched is the handbrake Rolling Eyes


My 50 Sedan I have had since getting a license. Pretty hot 350/muncie 4 speed


As it is now getting a rebuild


68 Pontiac, 327/powerglide


Long term project, 51 Belair Hardtop, 348/4speed oneday


50 coupe for sale on ebay now


Not mine but we just finished building it at work, thats me on the left after a lot of late nights getting it to the sydney motor show
Its an Elfin Type5 from HSV. great fun to drive 0-100 3.7 seconds
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Post by DeadSled on Sun Nov 23, 2008 4:06 pm

Aha. I knew it was you Bates from the get go.. never realised Mudflap was Mike though. Couldn't help but laugh at the story behind the name though Laughing
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Post by mudflap on Sun Nov 23, 2008 8:36 pm

but its only got 5 teeth



Laughing Laughing Laughing

I beat ya batesy he only just picked it was me Smile Smile Smile
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Post by mudflap on Tue Jun 30, 2009 7:29 am

Harry Palms wrote:In regards to that EJ wagon you mentioned it had a BTR axle? and RB30 mill what are they? are they an approved swap & how hard are they to do? and does one have to convert to a R&P etc.
Are conversion parts available i.e. engine gearbox mounts and how does it all SOUND, like does it have a decent note to it all.

Sorry Harry I didnt reply I saw it when you posted but got side tracked.

The entire drive line came out of a VL Commodoore enging Trans, Diff rear brakes, front discs wireing harness ECU the lot, its pretty much just a lego car as all the conversion bits got via mail ordered by the owner from CRS
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