Social Science Things that please me - Part 2

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2006. Not to bad. But my second hand new seat belt still won’t side back. Last night I soaked it in warm soapy water. Let it dry for a day . (U tube ) Still the same So not sure of my next move. Maybe spray half a can of ezyglide up in the entry into door area up top. Dunno


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Are you from Adelaide or do you just support them? If the latter, why Adelaide? If the former, do you realise that most of the other people in your state say it the other way?
From Adelaide. Just because I live in the same state as people who clearly have been brainwashed from birth doesn't mean I have to agree with it.
 

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From Adelaide. Just because I live in the same state as people who clearly have been brainwashed from birth doesn't mean I have to agree with it.
i have never heard anyone over here call it a parma, its always been a parmi, had never even heard of a parma until i saw it on here
 

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Things that please me:

Slow summer train journeys on SBS VICELAND.

Surprisingly relaxing and interesting.

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Its good to be able to just ramble along but be able to get off do something and come back.
Hope they do a few more through some exotic places,India,Vietnam,Cambodia or even Japan,Switzerland,Italy,Trans Siberian that lasts a week(it would be like a test match for Anoraks)

I love a "real' train ride a fair bit more though.
 

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This popped up on my local facebook for sale page....

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21,000 euros so around 30k AUD. 1966 Mustang.

I dont know how to tag in usernames but hopefully Edgie and other car enthusiasts see this. On the surface is it a good deal?

The only details they provide are (translated)

Ford Mustang Coupe 1966 V8 engine - 4.8 Engine redone American wheels 4 new tires Brakes Drum Interior black cook - original

For starters I dont see how that is a Coupe.

I can buy it with cash but would have to build a shelter for it.

Thoughts?
 

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I've not much idea what the market value is for Mustangs in Europe.

30k in Aus will get ya a great condition Kingswood or Falcon but not even a rusty shell of a Monaro or GT, for comparison.

Tbh I'd keep holding out and saving up til a Shelby fastback style Mustang popped up for sale. Then you're talking!

A coupe is anything with two doors.

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I've not much idea what the market value is for Mustangs in Europe.

30k in Aus will get ya a great condition Kingswood or Falcon but not even a rusty shell of a Monaro or GT, for comparison.

Tbh I'd keep holding out and saving up til a Shelby fastback style Mustang popped up for sale. Then you're talking!

A coupe is anything with two doors.

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The original isn't bad for it's day
Different stang in it tho
Most of those stangs came out with 289s
If it's the K code version and everything is orig it's prob worth the coin
but being a 4.8 tells me it's not original
That's a 293ci and that's a later model donk

I'm a ford man, have 3
But I'd still buy a 70s challenger or 69 American charger over a stang
Unless of course it's a mock GT500 with the body kit, as they do look horny as ****
 

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The original isn't bad for it's day
Different stang in it tho
Most of those stangs came out with 289s
If it's the K code version and everything is orig it's prob worth the coin
but being a 4.8 tells me it's not original
That's a 293ci and that's a later model donk

I'm a ford man, have 3
But I'd still buy a 70s challenger or 69 American charger over a stang
Unless of course it's a mock GT500 with the body kit, as they do look horny as ****
I need translation for this
 

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The original isn't bad for it's day
Different stang in it tho
Most of those stangs came out with 289s
If it's the K code version and everything is orig it's prob worth the coin
but being a 4.8 tells me it's not original
That's a 293ci and that's a later model donk

I'm a ford man, have 3
But I'd still buy a 70s challenger or 69 American charger over a stang
Unless of course it's a mock GT500 with the body kit, as they do look horny as ****
My dad had 2, sold them both, had no idea. I just went home one day and they were gone :(

My uncle still has his red convertible tho. Dunno what year it is.
 

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Ok
66 had 2 size motors, a 200 six cylinder and the 289 v8
Ad says 4.8 litre motor, which is a 293, not a 289 so I presumed not orig motor

If it was a 289 v8 there was diff versions of this motor, basically they had 3 tuned options with more horsepower
They give these diff 289 engines codes
If you have the K code it's the higher horsepower motor, obviously that the one you'd want

They way to tell is to look at the build plate on the car
Build plates have codes or letters and numbers on them that tell u what motor what colour what transmission what interior colour month of date body type (hardtop coupe, fastback, of if youre shell a convertable) etc etc

Build plates are what we older car lovers look at pretty much straight away when checking out a car
 
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This popped up on my local facebook for sale page....

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21,000 euros so around 30k AUD. 1966 Mustang.

I dont know how to tag in usernames but hopefully Edgie and other car enthusiasts see this. On the surface is it a good deal?

The only details they provide are (translated)

Ford Mustang Coupe 1966 V8 engine - 4.8 Engine redone American wheels 4 new tires Brakes Drum Interior black cook - original

For starters I dont see how that is a Coupe.

I can buy it with cash but would have to build a shelter for it.

Thoughts?
Me likey.
 
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