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Old 04-06-2021, 08:08 AM
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Default Going to sell the Cobra

I am getting ready to sell the Cobra. I have moved on to other very cool cars.
Its a Superformance 427 SC, with pretty much everything.

Survival Motorsports 427 Stroked to 482, 560 HP
Built up Getrag
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18" Rims with Michelin Supersports.
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I'll gather the details and post proper details with photos. I am going to ask 75 for the car. I am in South East Michigan.





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Old 04-06-2021, 02:39 PM
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we can't access the photo gallery link (need a smugmug account)
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Let me work on this the forum is not cooperating.
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Dang, I remember when you got that car. Seems like only yesterday....
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It has been a while.
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Lets try this again
Some of the highlights
Aluminum Block
Survival Motorsports heads
Steel Crank
Roller cam
18" Wheels with Michelin Super Sport Tires, road force balanced
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That's a beautiful car and I'm sure it's been immaculately maintained. I don't see any problem in getting your asking price.
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What car number is it?
Any oil leaks?
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Hmmmm, a clever test to check his forthrightness.
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Yes rear main leaks I have been trying to get Barry from Survival to fix it for years and he is being very uncooperative.
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That's a beautiful car and I'm sure it's been immaculately maintained. I don't see any problem in getting your asking price.
Thanks it has been taken care of and is in excellent shape.
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Yes rear main leaks I have been trying to get Barry from Survival to fix it for years and he is being very uncooperative.
Here's my solution. This is New Pig oil-only absorbent material. It only absorbs oil, not water, and it absorbs a shi*load of it. The material is used for industrial oil spillage cleanup. I haven't had a drip since I fabbed up this diaper. Looks almost OEM as well.

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OMG. A diaper on rear main leak! I thought Ive seen everything. Genius. The old school saying applies, An engine that doesn't leak , doesn't run. Lol.
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Here's my solution. This is New Pig oil-only absorbent material. It only absorbs oil, not water, and it absorbs a shi*load of it. The material is used for industrial oil spillage cleanup. I haven't had a drip since I fabbed up this diaper. Looks almost OEM as well.

Patrickt,
How often do you change her diaper?
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When I first got the material, I did not believe it would really work. I thought it would be something like Sham-Wow. So, I cut a piece about the size of my hand and tucked it in a coffee cup and then poured what I thought to be the equivalent of a huge oil puddle. Shockingly, it sopped it all up as if by magic. When I pulled it out to inspect it, all that was on it was big green stain (Brad Penn). Before installing the diaper, I would get about a dime to a quarter sized drop after a good run and it always bugged me. At this rate, I think it's possible that I might never have to change the diaper at all, but it's pretty easy to do. Here's a stupid video on New Pig.

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Default That's an industrial product.

That is an industrial product used by many many machine shops. Definitely not a home shopping club item.
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Here's my solution. This is New Pig oil-only absorbent material. It only absorbs oil, not water, and it absorbs a shi*load of it. The material is used for industrial oil spillage cleanup. I haven't had a drip since I fabbed up this diaper. Looks almost OEM as well.

Patrick I would like to know more about this. Your image will not show up on my work computer. Do you have another way to post it?

How are you attaching it?
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Patrick I would like to know more about this. Your image will not show up on my work computer. Do you have another way to post it?

How are you attaching it?
Here are the pics, front and back, posted via a different server.



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