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69RavenConv last won the day on December 28 2019

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About 69RavenConv

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    Call me Phil - Owner since 1974
  • Birthday 02/05/1958

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    1969 Mustang Convertible
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    NE Ohio
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    Engineer

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  1. yep, seriously bent. Welcome to the site. Make yourself at home
  2. RPM speaks the truth. They are higher. My only question is why get in a convertible when the top is up? :)
  3. I've got a box of old magazines that I haven't looked at in years, so they've gotta go. Late 1980's thru the early 2000's. Mustang Monthly, Mustang, Muscle Machines, etc. Before I send them to the landfill, I thought I'd offer them up here. If your car was featured or you have a favorite issue, let me know.
  4. Pretty highly optioned car! Somebody paid extra for those goodies 50 years ago.
  5. I'm curious, too. Although PS, PDB, tilt column, 8-track and glass curtain is a pretty exotic mix for an F-code vert, especially the tilt column and 8-track.
  6. I can get some measurements and pics when I get home tonight. My car came from the factory with racing mirrors and standard interior and everything is in the right spot.
  7. That's probably the most logical, sensible idea I've heard in a long time.
  8. I bought one of those 2-in-1 stereo speakers that replaces the mono speaker in the dash and it's pretty bad - I wouldn't recommend it. Door speakers are OEM correct if you want to go that way but the size is limited to 5"x8" (or something like that) and you have to cut up your doors. Other options are putting them in the fresh air vents or in the back seat panels (again, you have to cut up your car, not for me). The fresh air vents have always seemed like a good option to me but it's not something I want badly enough to give up my vents. Welcome to the site, now we need pics of this vert of yours!
  9. You're welcome. A '58 Ranchero with a '68 428 sounds like a blast :)
  10. With a little help from Kevin Marti, I marked up your photo. The numbers you asked about (K 401 J) are the "engine code", surrounded by a prefix and suffix. This code matched the build sheet. It identified things like 2V or 4V, auto or manual (because the carb and distributor would be different), and so on. We know what the prefix and suffix mean but unfortunately nobody knows exactly what the numerical code means any more. "401" was obviously some flavor of the 428 power plant.
  11. If you're really compulsive, you can even wipe the faceplate silkscreen and replace it with the correct font for 1969. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1968-1969-1970-FORD-MUSTANG-OR-SHELBY-AM-FM-AM-FM-STEREO-RADIO-FACE-DECAL-NEW/362772392129?hash=item5476eb68c1:g:UUQAAOxy43FRZNY~
  12. Jack's stuff is top notch, you won't be disappointed. I put that same well liner & divider in my car. The only problem I have with him is his raven black vert is 1000x nicer than mine which pi$$e$ me off (just kidding).
  13. The factory original was a kind of fiber board. It was attached to the bottom of well liner (not the trunk floor) and rested against the trunk lid spring on top. I'm guessing the one in your pic should be the same. That is, it sits between the well liner and the trunk springs but you'll have to decide where and how to attach it. Check out Jack's re-pop at Dead Nuts On for some pic's.
  14. 69RavenConv

    SNOW !!

    So.....doing donuts in the Shelby? :)
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