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 Post subject: Re: Mark's 1973 RT81 Corona
PostPosted: Thu Jul 11, 2013 10:23 pm 

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Thanks guys,

Sorry about the late reply - been working away a bit. Here are a few quick crappy pics of the engine bay. Going to be doing some tidying of the wiring soon to make it neater, and try and sort out the stupid coiled brake line that they had from the factory. Look so messy and out of place!

I painted the rocker cover and side plate a while ago, was going to go silver but didn't think it would suit the car. So I just used primer and then a clear over the top. I think it looks good and suits the age of the car! Blew a hole in the exhaust a couple of nights ago so will get a replacement made up soon, maybe something a little bigger than factory - but don't want to go too loud as I am trying to go with the whole original thing.

Anyway.... Here's some pics.

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 Post subject: Re: Mark's 1973 RT81 Corona
PostPosted: Thu Oct 03, 2013 7:11 pm 

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Hey buddy, love the car. i just recently bought one almost exactly the same, same color and pretty much the same condition, (engine bay is a bit worse as is the dash and dash mat).

love what youve done with it! im wondering where you got the whitewalls? also what dimentions are the tyres? and how did you lower it? and by how much?

i love the ride height and am looking to get mine sitting just as low :-)

thanks in advance


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 Post subject: Re: Mark's 1973 RT81 Corona
PostPosted: Fri Oct 04, 2013 6:11 am 
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Jeeeez... she is sooooo clean...!! :shock:
Especially love your plain steel wheels with hubs and white-band tyres. Not to mention that rear window blind.
Traveling in style... 8)

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JDM '77 Toyota Trueno Sprinter 1600GT (TE61)
+ a handful of classic BMW's from the 60's and 70's.


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