The Highlands Tunnel: A Story Never Told
And with no power steering and seven turns lock to lock - it saved me a lot of arm twirling too. In reality - the car was a pile of junk and just about everything that could go wrong, did - but every misadventure has been grist for the storytelling mill. But that, as they say, is another story.
For now - let's get back to the fastback. Jamie paid the asking price and has owned this incredible piece of Detroit history for the past decade.
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Easiest way to tell a 67 from a 68? For all US cars had to have side marker lights - note the red reflector on rear quarter panel. Power assist makes it very easy to drive once you get used to the notchy shifter. Front discs pull it up effortlessly with no pulling or jerkiness, and the power steering is nice and direct with enough weighting to inspire confidence. Slightly lowered and with mildly stiff suspension - the handles beautifully. What makes the biggest impression, of course, is the 6. The barely fits in the tight Mustang engine bay - but from behind the wheel it all feels right!
Drop the pedal in 1st and the bonnet lifts, the engine growls and the twin exhausts bellow as the car launches with a chirp of the rear wheels.
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Second gear and some more throttle will pin you to the seat. On the way into the tunnel we saw piles and piles of black plastic bags discarded but with astonishing pink oyster mushrooms growing out of them like rare coral. The reality of mushroom growing is that the bags must be discarded as the flushes reduce, to make space for fresher culture and a higher yield.
If you are lucky enough to have access to bags of fresh mushroom compost you may be able to pick your own mushrooms for a few weeks. Jill with a massive bunch of pearl oysters. Labels: Bowral , growing food , homespun , mushrooms , Southern Highlands.
Homespun bliss: Exploring the Southern Highlands Mushroom tunnel with Foodpath Tours
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