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Topic # 60914 5-May-2010 17:21
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UNITED: The Folden - a 1970s HQ Holden Kingswood sedan that’s had a 1969 Ford Mustang front end grafted on.

check it out here. Awesome!
http://www.stuff.co.nz/3660413/The-Folden/




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  Reply # 326994 5-May-2010 17:36
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sbiddle summed it up pretty well on twitter a while ago:

"@stevebiddle The only problem with the Folden is that it's got a Ford engine..."



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  Reply # 327042 5-May-2010 18:57
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Johnk: sbiddle summed it up pretty well on twitter a while ago:

"@stevebiddle The only problem with the Folden is that it's got a Ford engine..."


haha!




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  Reply # 327058 5-May-2010 19:32
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another website or two about it if you missed what its all about:

http://www.v8.co.nz/tag/folden

http://goo.gl/LYTB



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  Reply # 327079 5-May-2010 20:20
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Thanks for the links.

It seems Folden wasn't the first some dude made one in the 90s

http://www.wanganuichronicle.co.nz/sport/news/folden-mad-tony-gives-shows-hosts-a-rev-up/3912878/




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Reply # 327097 5-May-2010 20:52
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Johnk: sbiddle summed it up pretty well on twitter a while ago:

"@stevebiddle The only problem with the Folden is that it's got a Ford engine..."


Good job :P




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