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Cruzn65
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at the risk of igniting a debate obout the merits of LHD v RHD which I do not want to do can anyone tell me who in PERTH does RHD conversions now Mustangs West is no longer about?

This isn't for my project I have been asked by a non Mustangtech'er
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I'm sure Scott would have a crack at it for a fee...


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Sorry mate, Boss say's NO.


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mikes68 wrote
I'm sure Scott would have a crack at it for a fee...

Dont know about that Mike, think i may have enough on. Laughing
What year is it, makes a big difference, well to me anyway as i have only doen a 66 dash. Although i do need to practice on someones 67 dash, before doing mine Laughing


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nassi wrote
Sorry mate, Boss say's NO.

Is there anyone else in WA? did Jase just use Mustangs West for his conversions or someone else?
Maybe Salva is working from home?


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If it is a 67/8 , I do the dashes here & can ship. All mine are cut & welded on a fixture so all are the same.


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scott66stang wrote
nassi wrote
Sorry mate, Boss say's NO.

Is there anyone else in WA? did Jase just use Mustangs West for his conversions or someone else?
Maybe Salva is working from home?


We did it at Mustangs West.


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If it is a 67/8 , I do the dashes here & can ship. All mine are cut & welded on a fixture so all are the same.


I think you will find it 65/66..


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scott66stang wrote
mikes68 wrote
I'm sure Scott would have a crack at it for a fee...

Dont know about that Mike, think i may have enough on. Laughing
What year is it, makes a big difference, well to me anyway as i have only doen a 66 dash. Although i do need to practice on someones 67 dash, before doing mine Laughing

Baldivis Rednecks Association phone Scott for more info & pricing :rotfl:


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Twas one of the last rhd's in MW land...

I think Greg was toying with doing one dude Smile


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66 convertible
Scott if you want to earn some cash
Jase find out

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No thanks mate, it would have to sit here for 6mths for me to chip away at it.
Want to get the Fastback on the road and got the Caddy turning up in a few weeks.


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If you get desperate you can ship it to Sydney.


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Thanks soc, shipping east would make it a very expensive exercise for the owner, guess it depends how much he wants it done.

Looks like there are few options in the west. Looks like a biz opportunity for Jase Smile


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I know someone that may be able to help. He usually does Chevy but.


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