RE: Australian Assembled 1962 Phoenix Engine Size?
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RE: Australian Assembled 1962 Phoenix Engine Size?



I have tried to make the car as near standard as possible (excluding paint colour, which was on it when I purchased it.)  I removed woofers and six stacker CD, removed junk wiring, fixed parcel shelf, air horns and a few other things. Even the dealer fitted air/con is gone. I did not remove the Holley and Edelbrock manifold and air cleaner, but everything else is as original as possible. I have original manifold, carby and air cleaner, but probably won't reinstall them.

You can see how the engine is right over to the drivers side, there is precious little room for RHD steering and a big space where LHD steering was. Also oil filter up on top of the engine in front of the air cleaner.

I only take it to one show a year, which is the RACQ Motorfest. (Royal Automobile Club of Queensland).  It not a Dodge or Chrysler show, but a general motoring show with British, European, Australian and American cars. It is not a hot rod and street car show. My standard vehicle does really attract much interest next to all of the hot hemis, E49 Chargers etc.

Col Wolf    

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From: 1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Russel Finch
Sent: Saturday, 18 June 2016 2:26 PM
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Subject: Re: Australian Assembled 1962 Phoenix Engine Size?

Nice looking car Colin ..any pictures of under the hood? That way we can see the modifications done in the Aussie version?

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