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Old 03-06-2012, 01:55 PM
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64 fairlane to tbolt conversion

hey fellas i just bought a 64 fairlane that i want to convert into a tbolt any info would be great thanks!

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You know the factory Thunderbolts were much more than a street Fairlane body and chassis with a big motor, right? You'll have a tough time finding the right parts if you want it to be an accurate clone, including fiberglass bumpers and doors, aluminum bumpers and the correct 2/4 bbl 427, which requires moving some suspension components and attachment points.

Great car, and only sold to a chosen few. Gas Rhonda drove one in the '64 Winternationals and went 11.6, 124 out of the box in SS, fast for it's day. In A/FX trim they were in the 9's.
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thanks man do you think i will have to do alot of changes for my 390 to fit?
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