1970 Fastback ln Australia

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OZ1970FASTBACK
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1970 Fastback ln Australia

Post by OZ1970FASTBACK » 29th December 2022 - 6:57am

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pictures are wrong way round……. Can anyone tell me how to rotate pictures Thanks…
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OZ1970FASTBACK
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Re: 1970 Fastback ln Australia

Post by OZ1970FASTBACK » 29th December 2022 - 8:11am

LOL.... disregard the comment about Pictures being the wrong way round as i was viewing them on a ipad , Next year i will remove the small amounts of Rust it has & repaint it, is it a common thing for the Wheel Nuts to be so long on a Type 3 ? Its now on Historical Rego as its older than 25 years.

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Re: 1970 Fastback ln Australia

Post by purplepeter » 29th December 2022 - 8:36am

That looks lovely!
I think we should leave the last pic as it is... upside down!
You'll probably have spacers fitted, to allow the wheels to clear the calipers, hence the abnormally long wheel bolts

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Re: 1970 Fastback ln Australia

Post by broady_6 » 2nd January 2023 - 10:18pm

Very much agree, upside down is the correct way up for OZ when viewed from here :D
The sultan of swing

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Re: 1970 Fastback ln Australia

Post by OZ1970FASTBACK » 22nd March 2023 - 8:45am

purplepeter wrote:
29th December 2022 - 8:36am
That looks lovely!
I think we should leave the last pic as it is... upside down!
You'll probably have spacers fitted, to allow the wheels to clear the calipers, hence the abnormally long wheel bolts
Hello no wheel spacers on the Fastback, so are the long Wheel nuts a common Thing ?

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