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  • #31
    Originally posted by Ryan Wilke View Post
    Rusty,
    Have you been able to do any more work on your sweet '69 CJ Mach I?

    Ryan
    No busy working on customers cars
    Rusty Gillis

    Gillis Performance Restorations
    727-847-7973
    www.gillisrestorations.com

    Former NHRA SS/GA Record Holder 1969 Mustang
    Former NHRA SS/FA Record Holder 1968 Mustang

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    • #32
      I decided it was time to get it out of storage and start getting it ready for the 50th Anniversary Cobra Jet Reunion.



      The wiring was done over 20 years ago and it's time to upgrade. I bought a Ron Francis race car harness and switch panel. I assembled the switch panel tonight after supper on the kitchen table.








      Rusty Gillis

      Gillis Performance Restorations
      727-847-7973
      www.gillisrestorations.com

      Former NHRA SS/GA Record Holder 1969 Mustang
      Former NHRA SS/FA Record Holder 1968 Mustang

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      • #33
        34 FORD coupe...Cleveland POWERED

        it`s nice to be important but it is more important to be nice.

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        • #34
          It will be very cool watching that car come back together. It still looks great.
          '70 Mach 1 - '72 Sprint - '94 F-150 XL -'97 E-150 - '05 Sable LS
          My Mach's restoration progress
          My Sprint's restoration progress
          It is much more effective to teach people how to swim than to try to dry all the world oceans.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by SteveLaRiviere View Post
            It will be very cool watching that car come back together. It still looks great.
            I LOVE THAT CAR!! I've got framed photos of it on the wall in my house!!

            Rusty,
            I'm glad you have decided to get back to it and will share your progress with us!

            Ryan
            Quality means doing it right when no one is looking. - Henry Ford

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            • #36
              Ron Francis Bare Bonz race car wiring kit.



              I mounted the fuse panel on the right kick panel





              Rusty Gillis

              Gillis Performance Restorations
              727-847-7973
              www.gillisrestorations.com

              Former NHRA SS/GA Record Holder 1969 Mustang
              Former NHRA SS/FA Record Holder 1968 Mustang

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              • #37

                Switch panel right in front of the shifter on the trans tunnel within easy reach when I have belts tight.



                Rusty Gillis

                Gillis Performance Restorations
                727-847-7973
                www.gillisrestorations.com

                Former NHRA SS/GA Record Holder 1969 Mustang
                Former NHRA SS/FA Record Holder 1968 Mustang

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