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Posted 13 October 2021 - 06:23 PM

has a 69 k frame and no mounting hole for the proportion
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All 1970 6cyl LC Torana (incl XU1) do not have the brake junction block/brake fail switch and the K frame (the bare member) is the same as a '69 so both of those identifiers are hardly worth mentioning.
 



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Posted 13 October 2021 - 06:35 PM

lots of people talk about it being this and that..yet no one has  posted a pic to confirm and prove  there statements..the 

vicroads searches i posted do show that...i also got vicroad search of the real KSA-302.. but thats another thread.. :3gears:  :3gears:



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Posted 13 October 2021 - 07:48 PM

Found this article / picture of KSA302_ v8 ? on the Forum:

 

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Posted 14 October 2021 - 06:29 AM

lots of people talk about it being this and that..yet no one has  posted a pic to confirm and prove  there statements..the 

vicroads searches i posted do show that...i also got vicroad search of the real KSA-302.. but thats another thread.. :3gears:  :3gears:

 

I love how Todd totally fcuked up his story. On the sandwich board he states the Repco employee bought the car and brought it back to OZ in 1979 and registered it in Kerang as IHN-781 but the rego docs for IHN-781 prove chassis # 16500A was aquired from Hall & Sons in VIC and was registered on the 19/11/1975.
 



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Posted 14 October 2021 - 08:28 PM

When were the chassis rail bump stops discontinued?
My LC has them.

lucky last was body 103XA 

J21779X 

3/70

hope that helps 



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Posted 16 October 2021 - 11:29 AM

I love how Todd totally fcuked up his story. On the sandwich board he states the Repco employee bought the car and brought it back to OZ in 1979 and registered it in Kerang as IHN-781 but the rego docs for IHN-781 prove chassis # 16500A was aquired from Hall & Sons in VIC and was registered on the 19/11/1975.
 

yep..vicroads search you can not argue with, but i did find a red herring in AMOC searches..



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Posted 18 October 2021 - 10:11 AM

yep..vicroads search you can not argue with, but i did find a red herring in AMOC searches..

Another fatal flaw in T.M's story is the HDT cars were not supplied by any of the Dealers.

The three HDT1970 LC XU1's were registered in the names of three Holden Dealers but they were owned by and supplied direct from GMH.
 






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