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Old 10-03-2009, 09:55 PM
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I did not notice that until now. Looks like it was cut off for some reason, maybe when they took the engine out. I'll have to find another one asap.
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Old 10-03-2009, 10:52 PM
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Call Don at Bird Nest in Oregon. He probably has one or can find one for you. Their phone number is on the home page under Links. Try John Draxler at Thunderbird Ranch or any of the Tbird parts houses on our home page. Someone will probably have one, if someone here does not.
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I did not notice that until now. Looks like it was cut off for some reason, maybe when they took the engine out. I'll have to find another one asap.
Thanks for the good eye!
You're in luck - they haven't been cut off, just unbolted!

So the guy you bought it from may still have them.
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my61bird I really like the way your car sits. Did you put airshocks in the back to raise the back up a little bit?
I get asked that question sometimes.....
The rear had new leaf springs installed before I bought it.
I cut 1 1/4 coils off of a new set of front springs.
I just haven't had the time(or extra money for the car) to drop the rear with lowering blocks.
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Hey there jonecin,
Did you ever find a brace?? If not, let me know. I built my own and I have the original set off my 63 that I don't need.
You can catch me at 618-624-4091.
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