1976 cobra ii build

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2Blue2

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Instead of tucking bumper maybe extend the nose like this Galpin Ford M2. Looks like part of original opening is still there.
Maybe not.... its Just something different....


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I an take pics. The car was split right behind the drivers seat and the up to the windshield posts. This is how I have a T tops. T tops came out in 77. I probably am the only one with a 76 and t tops.
 

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Instead of tucking bumper maybe extend the nose like this Galpin Ford M2. Looks like part of original opening is still there.
Maybe not.... its Just something different....


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That is a little goofy looking. It is cool though. The tucked bumpers are easier. That would take a lot of fabrication. Plus if you break anything it is hard to fix that grill. I am just going to put tucked bumpers on it. It is cool though!
 
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I agree, It nose is a little goofy looking, but still haven't quite come around to flat face the tucked bumper has. I did smoothy fiberglass bumpers with the insert molding trim delete. Can see it in aviator~ind of.
 

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I have two free dash pieces! If you live in MA you can pick them up or I will ship them for 15 each. They are for AC cars no clock woodgrain face. No breaks in either. I need them gone so let me know if you want them. Thanks!
 
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