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Build Pictures / Re: My new HM#1092
« Last post by Fuzzy on January 10, 2018, 08:51:31 am »
Been a long time since you got 1092....ever get a chance to make any progress?
ken
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Build Pictures / Re: HM 1081 NorJak Hurricane
« Last post by Fuzzy on January 10, 2018, 08:49:01 am »
Note: this is a left had drive car, Flaming River Steering rack and everything switched left to right.  Had to switch to SBC cause really hard to find any Ford parts or places to help with problems.  Indonesia isn't downtown Dallas for sure
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Build Pictures / Re: HM 1081 NorJak Hurricane
« Last post by Fuzzy on January 10, 2018, 08:41:24 am »
I done bits and pieces when I get a chance...I did finally put in a fresh air system this past summer.  Individual switches on dash for his and hers.  Don't have all the fancy bits available in normal places so used what I could get or try to get in through customs.  Works and looks like it should last. Also put in a cutoff switch for the fan so it will automatically come on and go off. Started on doing the door panel spaces between the outside and inside.  Have put it off too long.  Don't have a lot of choices here that I can find for material options so going to do her up with what we have in glass wool and resin and go from there.  Not much else to do on the  chassis and trimmings so looking like its time to try to fit the body one more time in the next couple of months.
since mine came all apart to pass customs regulations, its been a bit of a nightmare trying to get it all to fit. I did some modifications on the front bumper brackets, those triangle shapped pieces that connect the chassis to the front bumper.  On of mine was welded on about 15 degrees off and the body was shifted about 3/4" to the left.  Hoping I got all the kinks out.
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Build Pictures / Re: HM2008 Build
« Last post by Fuzzy on January 10, 2018, 08:30:26 am »

Looking really slick Bob. Keep the photos coming.
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Build Pictures / Re: HM-2018 Build Thread
« Last post by Fuzzy on January 10, 2018, 08:24:15 am »
Thanks for posting all the photos of your great project. it's really looking fantastic.  its odd I bought the same exact Lokar hood prop and have sat several nights looking at it knowing it should work but not sure what to do. I have a Gen 1 and I never got any type of hood prop. was almost afraid I"d be carrying a broom stick with me.  Love the color too. Also thank you for ideas about the headlite gasket. i'm just starting the body work and i'm slow as molassas.
ken
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Build Pictures / Re: HM-2018 Build Thread
« Last post by MFE III on December 15, 2017, 11:41:13 am »
Very nice. Gonna pick me up a pair!
Thanks
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Build Pictures / Metro Molded Rubber Headlight Ring Gasket Set
« Last post by Russ Crouch on December 14, 2017, 12:27:09 pm »
Passenger side is with and driver's side without.
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Build Pictures / Metro Molded Rubber Headlight Ring Gasket Set
« Last post by Russ Crouch on December 14, 2017, 12:19:59 pm »
I ordered a set of these Cobra headlight ring trim gaskets from Metro Moulded Rubber. The part number is HR 17. They fit well. Replaced the existing gasket with this trim gasket to address the gap between the body and trim ring. I think it gives a finished look. Top pick is with old gasket and bottom is with the Metro trim gasket.

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Build Pictures / Re: HM-2018 Build Thread
« Last post by Russ Rittimann on December 10, 2017, 05:22:02 am »
Looks really good Russ.  You are getting closer and closer.  Keep up the great work.

Russ R.
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Build Pictures / Re: HM-2018 Build Thread
« Last post by s_reynolds on December 09, 2017, 06:19:09 pm »
Thanks. I like them both. I also had/have concerns about the hood prop on mine for the same reasons. I think this would be a good product improvement for Hurricane to adopt in the future.Sam
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