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Hi all, does anyone have detailed 427 trunk photos? I,m looking for Shelley jack location and mounting. Also how all the jack hardware is located and mounted. I,m trying to get my trunk area as correct as possible. Thank for your time...
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This is all I have from Peter's original 427:


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Is that the top and tonneau in front of the spare? Where did the side curtains fit?

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The side curtains fit in a pouch behind the seats.
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Hi all, does anyone have detailed 427 trunk photos? I,m looking for Shelley jack location and mounting. Also how all the jack hardware is located and mounted. I,m trying to get my trunk area as correct as possible. Thank for your time...
I have a fairly detailed build log on the ffcars site. You can google it with the key words 'ffcars reasonably authentic'. While my build is based on a Factory Five, I have all of the trunk features (jack, jack handle, SW fuel pumps, grease gun, etc.) with pics of how they were in the original 427 S/C cars and then how I was able to duplicate them in mine. Could be of some help to you. PM me if you want.

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I have a fairly detailed build log on the ffcars site. You can google it with the key words 'ffcars reasonably authentic'. While my build is based on a Factory Five, I have all of the trunk features (jack, jack handle, SW fuel pumps, grease gun, etc.) with pics of how they were in the original 427 S/C cars and then how I was able to duplicate them in mine. Could be of some help to you. PM me if you want.

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Got it, thanks Ron...
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