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car show pics from oz
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hi guys went to a car show in Australia just last weekend took some pics not many 71-73 models but still some nice cars!, some have been converted to right hand drive others are still left hand drive as Australian rules allow this.                            
i did not take mine as the show was 1000km from my home town, so i got a flight down for the day instead had a great day and finally got to see a 67 Eleanor in the flesh (3 in fact lol) pic below sorry its not a 71-73!!!!!!    
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#2
Nice looking stangs! I like the Blue 73 Convertible and it's wheels. Looks like you found several 71/73's, the last Mustang show I went to there were only two inlcuding mine.



Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony

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OLE PONY;21469 Wrote:Nice looking stangs! I like the Blue 73 Convertible and it's wheels. Looks like you found several 71/73's, the last Mustang show I went to there were only two inlcuding mine.

Wow! absolutely fantastic Mustangs! Thanks for the pics

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#4
man those are some nice cars thanks for sharing i love the 71-73 mustangs BUT that 67 does catch my eye
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#5
Excellent. Great pictures -thanks for sharing.
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#6
I'd love to be the owner of that orange Mach 1 - thanks for posting the pics.

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#7
this was in the car park when i first pulled up so i took a pic and the blue fastback was from a show i went to last fathers day hope you like the pics        
while you are all loving the pics check out our GT ford falcons ( look like anything? lol)        
this was or muscle cars in the 1973-74 era do you think ford Australia looked at your 71-73 mustangs before they built them?? lol
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#8
I wonder if it would be possible to fit that GT Falcon grille to our Mustangs...?Wink
I like the Charger like "pillar" in the center of it.

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#9
Great pics - looks like a lot of fun! Thanks for posting them!!

Doc

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#10
Great pics! Lots of beautiful cars!

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