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  • Birthday 10/12/1977

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  1. I'm gonna go ahead and order the mass back style, ugh...... $120ish out the window on the carpet I ordered from Summit.
  2. Gotcha, Have you bought anything else from Ecklers?
  3. Hey guys I finally got my car moving under it’s own power and now it’s gotta few miles on it I need to address some interior issues. I order carpet from Summit, ACC brand and it’s horrendous, almost see through thin, can cut with a dull razor blade. Im thinking I wanna go ahead and order a better one, I also need some interior screws, door lock knobs, sound/heat insulation of some sort and maybe replace the dash pad. Also need some rubber bumpers for under the hood. Who makes the best Reproduction stuff? thanks
  4. I recently seen John’s stuff at the NorCal Shelby track event. Check his site!
  5. I’d KISS. Check out https://opentrackerracing.com/ he’s got a lot of “problem solver” OE parts. Definitely brakes (front disk upgrade), steering & suspension. If you don’t have the skills and or space shop around. I’d list it in priority order and go as far as the budget allows. Coming from a guy that is dealing with the “Snow Ball” of building a car....... Good Luck!
  6. On my 69 the pedal assembly came out with ease this morning and now I can't get the thing back in its place, Am I missing something? A trick to reinstalling? Thanks
  7. Please email me with questions at jeff70bb@sbcglobal.net Located in Vacaville, CA. Can ship at buyers expense. 1969 Mustang Sportsroof takeoff parts I have some recently removed items from my Mustang all in working condition unless otherwise noted. Complete 4spd swap minus pedal assembly. Sold *T10 Tag #’s HEK-M, T10H-1 W.G., DIV W-1, T10-148B W.G. DIV. *Bell housing 302ci *Shift fork *Pilot bearing *Starter *Block plate *Pressure plate (resurfaced less than 20 miles ago) *Fly wheel (new less than 20 miles ago) *Clutch *Z-bar *Hurst shifter *Manual steering column with stock steering wheel $100 *Manual steering box, centerlink, inner/outer tie rods Sold *New lower control arms with new ball joints/bushings (less than 20 miles) $40 *Factory upper control arms $25 *7/8†Factory sway bar with new bushings & end links $40 *Factory strut rods with new bushings $40 *Drum spindles $150 *Front drum brake assembly $50 *Rear drum brake assembly Sold *KYB shocks front/rear with less than 20 miles $60 *Factory leafs $60 *14x7 aluminum mag wheels w/265/50/14 BFG’s rear, 235/50/14 front Dunlop front, 25 lug nuts. (Tires are old) Sold *Factory bucket seats passenger side almost perfect, drivers side shows wear Sold I can email or text pictures. Thanks
  8. Detroit Speed sells a nice wiper setup. http://www.detroitspeed.com/1964-1970-mustang-products/121650-selecta-speed-wiper-kit.html
  9. Give Mike Maier a call he uses this on Ol' Blue his 66. http://www.maiermotorsports.com/Steering/1968-70-mustang-abs-krc-power-steering-kit
  10. SW's 69 was sold to Europe I believe, so don't sweat looking like his. My advice is do your home work on the wheel company's build times and what they tend to promise. Lots of stories on PT.com & Lat-g on some of these wheel company's taking months to deliver when the promised weeks. Theirs only three company's I know of that deliver on what the promise. Forgeline, Formula 43 & CCW wheels. If you like Fikse the Formula 43's have a similar look. DSE uses them exclusively now.
  11. Hey guys, my car is a 69 sports roof with manual steering, brakes (4 wheel drum) and factory 4spd. I've been collecting parts from a C5 (vette) to do a 4 wheel disk brake swap, so far I have calipers front (Baer GT) & rear (OE C5), rotors f&r, parking brake assembly, adjustable proportioning valve. Kore3.com sells the brackets to mount these to a Ford spindle and 8/9 inch rear. Im debating on upgrading to a power brake vs manual I've searched through pages and pages of whats needed to make this swap, I just have a few questions I was I was hoping you guys can help me with. *Can I just swap my brake pedal for a power pedal? *Would the booster have to be OE 69 stang? *Are they reproduced? Thanks Jeff
  12. Hey guys, my car is a 69 sports roof with manual steering, brakes (4 wheel drum) and factory 4spd. I've been collecting parts from a C5 (vette) to do a 4 wheel disk brake swap, so far I have calipers front (Baer GT) & rear (OE C5), rotors f&r, parking brake assembly, adjustable proportioning valve. Kore3.com sells the brackets to mount these to a Ford spindle and 8/9 inch rear. Im debating on upgrading to a power brake vs manual I've searched through pages and pages of whats needed to make this swap, I just have a few questions I was I was hoping you guys can help me with. *Can I just swap my brake pedal for a power pedal? *Would the booster have to be OE 69 stang? *Are they reproduced? Thanks Jeff
  13. Where are you located & how much are you looking to get out of it?
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