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Enjoy the T/A! I'm happy to assist with any questions on these critters. Need any parts? I think I have some left - like an original rear bumper I had rechromed, as well as minor shrapnel here and there in the garage. PM me if you are missing anything.

The only thing I see that may be a later replacement in the engine bay is that brass brake distribution block under the master cylinder. IIRC the 71 to 75 used the cast iron version. I think I have one somewhere???

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I appreciate the offer Steve!. I do have the original that I am going to send out to be redone (survivor style).

How bout a radiator for a 70 RAIII 4 speed car.......or a 1102024 dist? And the ever elusive, 1108436 starter!

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I appreciate the offer Steve!. I do have the original that I am going to send out to be redone (survivor style).

How bout a radiator for a 70 RAIII 4 speed car.......or a 1102024 dist? And the ever elusive, 1108436 starter!

Thanks again for thinking of me!
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I dont have anything that major. I did send my brake valve to Whitepost and they did a really nice job. Just make sure you tell them to leave the original finish and not paint it. This was how mine turned out.
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I dont have anything that major. I did send my brake valve to Whitepost and they did a really nice job. Just make sure you tell them to leave the original finish and not paint it. This was how mine turned out.
Perfect! I've used Whitepost plenty of times before and will continue to.

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I found a couple more original parts for the 71 as of recent. An original set of rear shocks, and NOS air filter. I also recently bought a new camera so I was getting familiar with it today...........so I snapped a few pics of the car.









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Looking real good, Tim. All you guys are making me want a T/A as a summer grocery getter. Maybe I'll keep my eyes open for something in the 74-76 range as a driver.
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Just a beautiful beast!!!
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Those are very nice photos of an Extremely Cool Ass car.

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