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69RavenConv

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69RavenConv last won the day on September 29 2022

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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. I have no expertise in this area but it's my impression that most folks who go this route end up using a cable, or maybe a hydraulic, clutch linkage. I don't recall seeing Z-bar mods but others smarter than me will chime in.
  2. Wow, some beautiful cars and so many American makes. My parents had a red Cadillac convertible when I was young so that one made me smile.
  3. Beautiful car. Royal maroon? My dad had royal maroon '69 back in the 70's, the one that got me hooked on Mustangs. I can't make out the numbers on your spindle, though.
  4. Yes, the old Ford Granada. Back in the day you could find a fleet of them in the junkyards and get the front disc brakes cheap, so a lot of folks made the switch. Today, the Granadas are all gone and they reproduce the original Mustang brakes so people go that route instead.
  5. Welcome to the forum. Do you know if your car came with factory disc brakes when new or is it possible someone did a Granada swap along the way? I think the parts are a little different. It's likely a 302 car like yours (and mine) may have come with front drums from the factory. Folks smarter than me will chime in.
  6. Found them on the web... https://www.nu-relics.com/aboutus.asp
  7. Congrats on the appearance, even if it was a bit, um, contrived, to make the sponsored vehicle look good. :) I got it to play but had to jump through some hoops: Cut and paste the link into your browser. Don't include the [video] and [/video] parts. "sign up" for vimeo (I clicked "continue using my google account") Scroll alllllllllllll the way to the bottom of the sign up page to click the tiny print that says "continue free access" When the video starts, it looks like a truck commercial. You may want to fast-forward to the 8-minute mark for the good stuff.
  8. Yeah, he's been AWOL for 3 years now. He and bNickel used to live on this site, then they both vanished into thin air. Hope they're doing ok - wonder if they still have their cars.
  9. Ben, do you still have your '69? Thanks for keeping this place open.
  10. First of all, quit apologizing, you have a beautiful original car that deserves attention. Can you post the details of the master cylinder you bought? Manufacturer, model number? It may not be correct. If it is correct, we can look into why it's such a bad fit. There is a fix here, and the folks on this forum can figure it out.
  11. In case anyone else stumbles across this thread in the future.. http://1969stang.com/forum/index.php?/topic/57698-sanco-industries/
  12. I found this thread on the Boss 302 site that shows contact info for the friend who was taking over. But it's 5 years old, so maybe no good any more. https://www.boss302.com/smf/index.php?topic=77846.0
  13. Adco https://www.yellowpages.com/harrison-ar/mip/adco-mustang-3059448
  14. I used 3M urethane with great results. Seven years and the windows are still tight on a convertible where they go up and down constantly.
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