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Old 05-09-2012, 06:48 PM
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I believe it's a 1931 because that was the only year they came standard with a brick instead of a rock wheel chock

LOLOLOLOL, thanks Boothboy, you give me a damn good chuckle out loud chuckle with that one.

Nope you are wrong, they used the brick wheel chock with all year Model A and with the 72 Cornet 4 door as well.

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I believe it's a 1931 because that was the only year they came standard with a brick instead of a rock wheel chock
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Looks like a potential 27 long low boy?
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Old 05-09-2012, 09:57 PM
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LOLOLOLOL, thanks Boothboy, you give me a damn good chuckle out loud chuckle with that one.

Nope you are wrong, they used the brick wheel chock with all year Model A and with the 72 Cornet 4 door as well.

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Now to get down to business. Brian you made it to easy. Of course everyone knows the photo is of a 1930 Model A Ford Two Door Sedan. What else could it be with that two piece splash apron and those stainless steel head lights? My dog Pecos Bill knew that! ( Oh God I hope I'm right!)
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You got it, it's your floor.

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What innovative method was devised to install the drive train in the vast majority of production A/C Cobra's?
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Don't have a clue, but sounds interesting!

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No one has a clue? It's been over twenty-four hours. Do we move on to the next question? Anybody interested?
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Ok, we have no rules, maybe another question if everyone brain farted out on that one. I even did a google search and could find nothing. I am by no means an expert on those cars but knew someone who owned a few and kinda got into them a little and don't remember a thing about this. I am dying to hear the answer.

Should we simply have the poster (you) ask another question in this case? I would think that if no one has tried it is simply too hard and no one is going to ever get it? I don't know.

Maybe by simply posting your question and bringing the thread to the top again so it doesn't die off is good enough for a little while longer? Hell I don't know.

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What innovative method was devised to install the drive train in the vast majority of production A/C Cobra's?
It's been suggested That I re-post this question. This thread is so much fun , interesting and informative that I don't want to be the killer of everyons fun. I'll happly give you guys the answer and step aside to let someone else ask a question.
Just a little hint. You guys are all hotrodders, go search a few back issues of the bible.
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It's been suggested That I re-post this question. This thread is so much fun , interesting and informative that I don't want to be the killer of everyons fun. I'll happly give you guys the answer and step aside to let someone else ask a question.
Just a little hint. You guys are all hotrodders, go search a few back issues of the bible.
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Old 05-11-2012, 02:11 PM
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Well certainly the Cobra guys think so!
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Shot in the dark: have anything to do setting the chassis down over/around the engine/tranny? I never heard anything of the sort, but who knows...
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Nope, but when you find out there will be a lot of hands smacking foreheads and mummers of "Duh"
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