The 80 R/T rides again

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  1. slant6billy

    slant6billy Well-Known Member

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    Shuffling cars around to get the 80 R/T road worthy. Needs some brake work (has no brakes currently). We will address the brakes in the next video with a K car booster and master cylinder. For now, we just move a few F bodies around and I annoy Gator with lame commentary:
     
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    Sorry about forgetting the ramps for trailer
     
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    DCAspen Well-Known Member

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    I thought you didn't want to work on that until you had all the parts?
     
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    DCAspen Well-Known Member

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    Is it an AC car?
     
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    DCAspen Well-Known Member

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    Nice 80 wheels kp photo 005.JPG

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  6. slant6billy

    slant6billy Well-Known Member

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    no method to mopar madness
     
    old yellow 78 and MBDale like this.
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    MBDale Well-Known Member

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    I like the ‘80. Don’t mind the ‘newer’ front on it. Healthy 360 make a nice home in there. That’s a good project.
     
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    old yellow 78 Well-Known Member

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    Back when they were new, I thought that they had ruined the look of the F's, and couldn't help but see a similarity between the 80 front and the Ford Fairmont (yech). As time has gone by, I now don't mind the styling, but it is not one I would go out looking for either. I never did get used to those excessively protruding bumpers that looked like guard rails. I wonder what the next generation of F's would have looked like if they had survived.