Mus­cle As­sist

Australian Muscle Car - - Muscle Assist -

Maybe you’re an owner look­ing for spe­cialised info on your Aus­tralian mus­cle car. Or you’re try­ing to piece to­gether its own­er­ship history. Or maybe you’re try­ing to track down a car you owned many moons ago. What­ever your en­quiry, keep it short and send it to Mus­cle As­sist in­clud­ing an e-mail ad­dress, PO Box (no street ad­dresses/home phone pub­lished for se­cu­rity rea­sons) or mo­bile phone num­ber where AMC read­ers can con­tact you. an af­ter­mar­ket copy of the Mus­tang Mag­num wheels, but not quite the same!

Any in­for­ma­tion would be greatly ap­pre­ci­ated. Are you an Aussie mus­cle car owner with some­thing to say? Want to flex a bit of ver­bal mus­cle? Then write to us at:

MUS­CLE EMAIL:

am­ced­i­to­rial@chevron.com.au

MUS­CLE FAX:

02 9901 6116

MUS­CLE MAIL:

Chevron Pub­lish­ing Group, Locked Bag 5555, St Leonards, NSW 1590 *AMC reader con­tri­bu­tions may be edited due to space re­stric­tions or for clar­ity.

years or still owns one now.

Long-lost Cobra long­shot

Read­ing

the ar­ti­cle on the Cobra in is­sue #75 re­minded me of when I owned one in the early 1980s. The car was my pride and joy. Treated it like fam­ily. Even paid for the valve stem lube at ser­vice time.

The car was stolen from me and has never been found to this day. It was num­ber 283.

I won­der if any of the en­thu­si­asts out there would have any idea where it is? Is it still be­ing driven? It was listed as stolen on the register of Cobra own­ers not long af­ter it was stolen.

If any­one has in­for­ma­tion lead­ing to the re­cov­ery of my dream car, there would be a sub­stan­tial re­ward.

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