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Old 08-27-2005, 09:51 PM   #21
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Then I guess my 94 is a 95?
or your 94 has a 95 ****.

check the vin, that is the only way to be really sure.
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yes you said the Previous owner had at one point 3 bonnes....could have swapped...i think that the Cobra is liked more than the T-bar

Edit, looks like a swap becuase the Boot dosent come up the whole way


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I agree, the Cobra is nicer then the T bar. Its not totally unreasonable to think that the head was swapped.
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and you def have a 94 because of the Tan steering wheel, and the lighted trim pieces on the doors are black, on the 95 the Steering wheel would have been Black and the lighted trim pieces would have been color matched...there is more but i wont get into that



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that is a lot of miles..
No that is not alot of miles....the L67 is bulletproof, and the car itsself is in good shape
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I agree, the Cobra is nicer then the T bar. Its not totally unreasonable to think that the head was swapped.
Jim, yours was swapped. Notice how the shifter boot doesn't reach? That'* a boot for a T handle. It'* too short for a cobra.
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Nice, can't deny the powa can ya? Good low miles too. I figue at 150K i'll be broken in.
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yes you said the Previous owner had at one point 3 bonnes....could have swapped...i think that the Cobra is liked more than the T-bar

Edit, looks like a swap becuase the Boot dosent come up the whole way

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Jim, yours was swapped. Notice how the shifter boot doesn't reach? That'* a boot for a T handle. It'* too short for a cobra.
as already stated.....thanks for confiriming
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yeah but what about the suspension, mounts, springs etc....


btw 150k is still a lot of miles. 15,000 is not a lot.
The only suspension components needed at that mileage is swaybar endlinks for $50. Maybe struts, but I bet they're done already. I've only seen one set of rear springs wear out on this forum.

FE2 suspension is pretty beefy.
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end links have ben done they are yellow urathane so dont got to do that and struts have ben done can tell they plug for the origanals are just hanging out doing nothing
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