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  1. 9 points
    I will just leave this here
  2. 7 points
    unilec

    Christmas Joy

    Just finished my tree decoration.
  3. 7 points
    After fixing the prior accident damages on left rear quarter, left door, and a few common rust repairs and some panel alignment, I decided to take care of the old respray paint and painted to original color in base coat/clear coat. Then decided to take care of the knocking original 302 (due to broken piston skirt) by replacing it with an early 80s 302 I had. Converted to manual steering using parts from one of my other cars while keeping the power steering box. Then grafted a Prius electric steering to my original column. Had been daily driving it for the last 8 months with the original upholstery. Decided that it is time to update the upholstery. They do not reproduce 69 Grande upholstery in nugget gold, so bought some material and made my own.
  4. 7 points
    ray1970

    Finally completed I think

    Finely completed only if.. You never drive it. Never look at it . Never look at another mustang. Never get a parts catalog in the mail. Never go on the internet. Never wake up in the middle of the night. Never find yourself with a pile of money with nothing to really do with it. If you can live by these rules you are safe...….
  5. 6 points
    Len69Coupe

    It's finally running :)

    So after 5 years of not having a running engine in my Mustang we finally got the new one going. Life get's in the way and before you know it time has flown by. Of course it didn't just fire right up with no problems though. 1st we had a bad coil which took a few hours to figure out. Then we had the firing order screwed up. It has a Trick Flow Stage 1 cam which complicated the matter. It would run on the Trick Flow and stock firing order, but was backfiring pretty bad. Took my son and I a day to figure out that the firing order goes counterclockwise, not clockwise, duh! It's actually my fault, but in my defense it's been 40 years since I even thought about a firing order, lol. I still have some wiring to clean up and a whole lot of body work to go, but it's a huge step for me and has me motivated to get it done. Thanks to the forum and especially Mach1 Driver for his awesome wiring diagram.
  6. 6 points
    Been away from here for a while, but finished up the interior this weekend
  7. 6 points
    mikeycoll

    '69 Coupe Door Latch/Strike Issues

    Move the strike out! Brilliant! I never would have thought of that. Thanks Shep69 and 69RavenConv it worked.
  8. 6 points
    a friend of mine, who loves photography took pictures of my car. looks pretty good!
  9. 6 points
    69Stanger408

    69 Mach 1 / 408W

    Got my car delivered from paint. House of Kolors Candy Brandywine over base black. Stripes and lettering all painted along with blacked out bright work throughout. Now onto the interior.
  10. 6 points
    gtonavy

    69-70 Daytime Running Lights

    Hello I have just released an new light design. Daytime running lights for the 69-70. These turn your park light to white DRLs. The turn lights remain amber. The turn lights are about 5x brighter than the 1157A bulb. LEDs on the left, 1157A on the right. Just contact me thru my web site if interested. www.vintageleds.com Thanks Gary
  11. 6 points
    Whipped up a little handy dandy hood puller this morning ,yanked that sucker right out like a tooth ! Only problem i could find with the hood was i was light on the gel coat on one of the scoops but that is not a problem ,i just have to take a little more care spraying up in there in the mold . I sat it on the 70 ,nothing bolted down and it just about a perfect fit .i even held the headlight buckets in place to get some pics . I will have to pull out one of my 69 and bolt it all down ,hinges and all
  12. 6 points
    RobotMan

    My Son Mike's 69 Mach 1 Restoration

    Pretty cool pic from last night. Mike working in blaster with car in foreground at night!
  13. 6 points
    RobotMan

    My Son Mike's 69 Mach 1 Restoration

    Mike took a cool pic today in the shop. His car body in the background with his brother’s Mach in the foreground.
  14. 6 points
    Rsanter

    Completed some oil pans

    Here are pictures of a completed pan based in n the T sump kits I am making. just got them back from plating
  15. 6 points
    barnett468

    Demons possess my '69 Mustang

    I had the exact same problem with my last date.
  16. 5 points
    69Stanger408

    69 Mach 1 / 408W

    She deserved to come out of the garage and take in the sun
  17. 5 points
    fvike

    Crashed my Fastback - The rebuild thread

    I'm a bit embarrassed that it's been 16 months since my last post. A lot have happened since then, but not so much with the Mustang. But there is some progress. In October last year I became a father for the second time, so now I got two boys that keeps me away from the garage. It's how it goes. With the Mustang, I've been chipping away at the ole' block that is the wireing harness. It's just that when I'm away from it a while, I kinda gotta start from scratch the next time to get the overview. Anyway, here's some pictures. Programmed the instrument panel contact Placed the Autocoolguy fan controller behind the drivers headlight splash shield. Mounted the fenders and headlight buckets to get the placement of them for the headlight wireing. Also did the blackout on the part of the headlight buckets which is behind the grille. I've done some more minor stuff too, bet not everything is photographed. I hope to move forward at a steadier pace than what I have been.
  18. 5 points
    Replaced my old gauges with Dakota Digital RTX Vintage Series. Definitely and awesome product, super easy to calibrate on your phone.
  19. 5 points
    copb8

    Projects pending pandemic

    Not directly Mustang related but it stores a mustang so there's that. I've been wanting to have a nice finished garage ever since we built out house 15 years ago so I finally got off my duff and did it. All new paint top to bottom, new cabinets, big screen TV, and professionally done floors. Couldn't be happier with the results. Now I make my wife take her shoes off when she come in it from the house Mustang related I've installed an electric trunk release, retrosound stereo, chased squeaks and rattles, had the exhaust reworked.... Been a product season for me.
  20. 5 points
    latoracing

    1970 Convertible Restoration

    Patch is all ready to tack in place. There is some tape on the back holding it up. The general fit, tack, beat, repeat until it is all fully welded. A little sanding and its ready for more beating. Sanding the inside is helpful to get a smooth finish. Between filing off the proud weld, more beating and a ton of planishing it looks presentable. Once again, I left some of the minor imperfections that will only require some putty to get ready for primer. There are a couple of places I'm going to take care of while I'm at it, then it"s on to the passenger side fender.
  21. 5 points
    Midlife

    I'm OK

    After nine months of everything put into storage, it has now returned, and I'm now back in harness refurbishment operation as of Feb. 23, 2020.
  22. 5 points
    We do things differently at MTF, we take of the customer first, then deal with the manufacturer :)
  23. 5 points
    Ridge Runner

    67 fast back unavailable part

    A member on another forum was needing this part ,it is the inner rear door post for a 67 68 fast back ,they are available only in a full door frame kit . A couple of paper templates ,a little bead rolling and a usable part came to be .they are not exact but if you cant find them you has to make um
  24. 5 points
    I always wanted to add motorized side view mirrors to our cars. Well in my case my 1970 Mach 1 project car. I have seen posts where folks have adapted 2015 Mustang side view mirrors to a 1969 Mustang, but I wanted to have a more original look. Well with some research, a few parts from a (non-Ford) donor car and some fabrication and experimentation, I made it work. As an added bonus, I incorporated sequential LED directional lights to the package. I made very little mods to the original mirror. Obviously a hole thru the inside of the pedestal and the housing where the two meet for the wires. Also needed to fashion a custom mount bracket inside to mount the motor and mirror. Check out the video attachment file at the bottom of the passenger side it in operation..... Motorized Side View Mirrrors.mp4
  25. 5 points
    Still doing a bit of finishing off with the conversion. The original plastic cover that goes around the steering column no longer fits so I had to make one. I chose steel because it’s easiest to work with. I’d hate to be paying me by the hour. Probably 40 hours in this. I’m a bit slow and drink too much. Pretty happy with how it turned out
  26. 5 points
    ONE ! Five more
  27. 5 points
    Cut holes for clamping ,flipped it over and trimmed the flange ,but still needs some more . The hood just about fell out with out any damage . The mold came out just about perfect except for a couple of chips at the ends of the scoops but i am very happy with the turn out . Oh ,and the ram air chamber made it in today !
  28. 5 points
    RobotMan

    My Son Mike's 69 Mach 1 Restoration

    Mike and I got the car off of rotisserie onto lift. Put front wheels on car and ready to put rear end and suspension in place. Was exciting to see new wheels on car.
  29. 5 points
  30. 5 points
    Midlife

    Always make sure you use the proper fuses

    A new meaning for the term "bullet connectors".
  31. 5 points
    Mike65

    Mike65's 69 Coupe build

    Today was a nice day so I rolled the engine out of the garage & installed the valve covers & the headers. The bottom end is stock, the heads are Ford Racing M-6049-X306 w/Ford Racing 1.6 roller rockers, cam is Ford Racing M-6250-B303, & the headers are Hedman 88408 Shorties.
  32. 5 points
    69Stanger408

    69 Mach 1 / 408W

    Getting closer.....
  33. 5 points
    MAC390

    The cars together outside the house

    First pic of the cars together.
  34. 5 points
    Ridge Runner

    Score

    The guy just sent me a couple of pics of the last 67 conversion i did and it is really looking good ,black with silver stripes and red interior
  35. 5 points
    Midlife

    1970 Cougar turn signals

    You probably need to ask on a Cougar forum. I just work on wires; I don't have access to the various cars to give you an answer as to where things go. That said, you should talk to my wife: she tells me where to go all the time...and it is usually only one place...
  36. 5 points
    Ridge Runner

    It's Back! So WTF Happened?

    You do not want to search ,hot tranny
  37. 5 points
    Midlife

    Softer ride

    I'd recommend stepping up to a used Grand Marquis or Lincoln Town Car.
  38. 4 points
    JayEstes

    Galveston, Tx Sunrise

    Saturday morning came early last weekend. Got the old girl down the beach for a decent sunrise. A few pics for anyone interested. The big old hotel in a couple of the pics is Hotel Galvez' on the seawall. Beach pictures taken down on East Beach. They put too many poles up down there, making donuts a bit dangerous - but you know a few got made. Was a nice quiet morning out with the mistress... Jay
  39. 4 points
    Rocket30

    50th birthday thread

    Here's mine built Feb 24th and is now enjoying Western Australia.
  40. 4 points
    RPM

    Projects pending pandemic

    Glad for you Randy that business is booming. jmlay running wire for a welder is always a good thing. What welder/s do ya have? I've got a bit more painting to do in a bathroom. Still tinkering on the 69. Made a throttle pad as I misplaced the fasteners for the oe pedal, and wanted something different. I welded a couple of tabs on the back and it pivots like the original. I bought some new tars, Nitro ng555. I also cleaned up and installed the grille surround moldings. Btw, it's much easier to install them before you install the fenders. I've adjusted the hood/molding/fender extensions since the pic was taken.
  41. 4 points
    Caseyrhe

    Brothers 69 Mach

    Good news today, next project, 70 Coupe with Landau top, got painted today. They still need to install top/trim, front/rear glass, and headliner, should be coming home in 2-3 weeks. Looking forward to dropping in the FE and installing the headers, just shoot me now
  42. 4 points
    Rich Ackermann

    My new 1970 M-Code Mach 1 Project

    Okay. I am really getting excited! The paint is on and it looks fantastic! Still needs color sanding. Need to paint a few more parts and paint the black Shaker hood stripe. Cant wait to get her home and install the steering and suspension and put her down on wheels.
  43. 4 points
    paulb

    Paul's 69 Mach1

    A little more progress, picked up the custom fuel tank, building brackets for the brake and clutch reservoir, have run and mounted oil cooler, oil filters and air con system
  44. 4 points
    Vicfreg

    1969 -70 hood ,with 1971 -73 top

    Ridge, we should stop glorifying the idiot and recognize the outstanding job with the hood. It is awesome, and for sure, your creation. Thanks for documenting the process. I never realized how much work it was to produce high quality fiberglass products. Great job!
  45. 4 points
    Midlife

    What should I fix first?

    What to fix first? Make sure your checkbook and/or savings account is 3x larger than what you think it needs to be.
  46. 4 points
    RobotMan

    My Son Mike's 69 Mach 1 Restoration

    Big day tomorrow! Mike and I are taking the car to the paint shop!
  47. 4 points
    Caseyrhe

    Finally got a Marti Report

    Wether it’s a 1 of 1 or 1 of 7000, it’s a 69 Stang. It’s 50 years old!! I can’t count the number of people I’ve sent to the chiropractor due to them snapping their heads around to get a glimpse of my 69 or 70 while out for a cruise. What about that poor guy under his wife’s thumb wishing he could have a older Stang. I hear so many comments about people either not liking the coupes and or the fastbacks. It’s 50 years old, still running, still snapping necks, and you know there’s prob not even a third of them still around. All mine, even the 82, are all 1 of 1 in my book and yours should too. Built not bought!!
  48. 4 points
    bswor

    It's Back! So WTF Happened?

    I can probably recover the majority of the images if I had the time. It's a big job to go through the backups though. But I need to look into another hosting company which is a process to get everything switched over. I'll keep y'all posted.
  49. 4 points
    Cruzzar

    Disconnect Switch used for Anti Theft

    A little bit off topic but the hood latch mechanism from an early '70 Ford pickup is an almost exact copy of the '69/70 Mustang except that it has a cable release instead of the under the front of the hood manual latch. It is an exact bolt in to the Mustang's, the only difference is the safety release lever is a little different as I recall. Just pull the truck's latch and remote cable, bolt in the latch and route the cable thru the firewall and mount under the dash next to the parking brake and you have a secure hood. A coil/fuel pump disconnect is a good (and easy) safety backup. I had a coil disconnect switch under my dash of my car but I did something a little different. I purchased a flashing 12v red led light (like they use on alarm systems) and mounted it into my dash. I purchased a Dual Mode Dual Throw (DMDT) switch which allowed me to either switch on the coil when I drove the car and when I wanted to secure it I would toggle the switch which would kill the coil and at the same time turn on the flashing led. I did not have an alarm on the car but the flashing red light would be a deterrent to a possible theft.
  50. 4 points
    Added rear window louvers, rear spoiler, and new wheels. Before and after pics


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