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Old 04-10-2017, 01:40 PM
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My name is Chuck. I do not own a Cobra but I do have a K code 1964 Fairlane that shares the same engine as the 1963 and 1964 Cobras. I am always looking for Hipo related parts for my Fairlane.

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You should post a couple pics of your car!
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Welcome Chuck. I see in your profile That you give California as your location. If you don't mind just what city are you in or close to. I live in far Northern Calif.

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Welcome Chuck! I started with 289 HiPos myself...always been a "small-block" guy. Have had a number of 289 HiPo Mustangs, plus three 1966 GT-350's. Then my Dad ordered a BOSS 351 Mustang new. A year later it was mine (Mom didn't care a lot for the no AC, radio-delete BOSS, and talked Dad into a new '72 Montego). A year or so after that, the BOSS 351 engine made a new home in my 1968 GT500 convertible, then into my 1972 Pantera (where it got a set of 48 IDA's). I knew one day I had to have a Cobra, so I kept the BOSS 351 when I sold the Pantera, and eventually put it in my ERA 289 FIA. Gotta' love those high-winding small-blocks!

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Hi Chuck,
Welcome. Building a FF 299 roadster with a 65 289 HiPo now. Had a 64 Fairlane Sport Coupe back in high school (early 70's) that looked like a Thunderbolt that ended up being stolen and stripped. My father was glad to see that one go away. Can't imagine why.
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Afternoon All

Finally got the bucket list car, an ERA Cobra last week. Enjoyed two nice NH weather days and back to the garage!

Went through a few cars over the years and like everyone I wished I had kept them all, but this is one that will not be leaving the garage, except of course to drive!

Anyone know where to get a front license plate bracket or a way to mount without being obtrusive? NH hasn't joined the 21st century yet and gone to one plate. Thanks
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