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D series as well maybe?

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Re: D series as well maybe?

Postby bigjohnthomas » Mon Dec 11, 2017 11:16 pm

bambi mk 1 wrote: Bloody good truck worked on loads of them



Old git :lol:
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Re: D series as well maybe?

Postby bambi mk 1 » Mon Dec 11, 2017 11:27 pm

bigjohnthomas wrote:
bambi mk 1 wrote: Bloody good truck worked on loads of them



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Re: D series as well maybe?

Postby conrod » Sun Dec 17, 2017 6:45 pm

We had loads of them here in NZ when I was an apprentice auto sparky,and I worked worked on plenty! Still quite a few kicking around here. Anything from a NA 4 cylinder, turbo and non turbo 6, and quite a few with Detroit V8's. Also were quite a few that had been converted to Ford 302 and 351 petrol V8's. (when petrol was much cheaper!) The V8 bolted straight up to the 6 cylinder bellhousing from memory. Sounded great with a bellowing big V8 in them!
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