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About dpuwookie79

  • Rank
    Super Stanger'
  • Birthday 09/02/1979


  • Location
    Indianapolis, IN
  • Occupation
    Software Dev
  1. Agreed with mystang - you need to take your time with pot metal. If you force it, it will break. It took me a couple of weeks of massaging to get the quarter panels ornaments to fit again after a season of being off of the car. I did not use heat... I simply went out and tightened the quarter ornaments a little more each day and eventually it conformed to the quarter panel.
  2. Good luck with whatever you decide! If you ever need a shot of grabber blue, shoot me a PM and I'll send you some "car p orn" pics of mine:laugh:
  3. I'd also be interested in this, if the file is still floating around out there! dpuwookie9279@gmail.com, if the forum ends up not working!
  4. I'm having some trouble discerning differences in kits. For example, I've been looking at these two: http://www.kentuckymustang.com/product_p/6523.htm and http://www.cjponyparts.com/ssbc-front-disc-brake-conversion-kit-power-automatic-1967-1969/p/A1211-V/ There's a pretty huge difference in price. From what I can tell they both accomplish the same end task, but one is a name brand kit. The video on the one from Kentucky Mustang says that those brakes are 4 piston, just as the SSBC kit. Also, both appear to use the spindles from my standard drum brakes. I've been digging through past posts on tech forum, but still having trouble discerning what's what. Which of the above do you guys recommend? Are there better choices out there? Just looking to make my driver a bit safer! Thanks!
  5. I do not know the guy selling the car and I have not been to see it, but I figured I would post because it's a 69! On Indianapolis, IN craigslist: http://indianapolis.craigslist.org/cto/4363552965.html
  6. I had my stripes painted on my vert under a clear coat. They're glossy, but I think they look great. Here's the link to it in the build thread: http://www.1969stang.com/mustang/forum/showpost.php?p=98751&postcount=86
  7. Bump for reduced price. Motivated to move this sucker!
  8. I know these are generally classic boards, but I've known many of you guys long enough to know you don't mind looking at newer cars too :001_smile:. I'm selling my 2011 GT to get something bigger... my wife and I are planning on adding another to our family in the not terribly distant future, so I'm going to get something more practical as a DD. Anyway, enough blabbing.. here's the listing: http://indianapolis.craigslist.org/cto/4125698418.html I'm flexible on price, so if you're interested shoot me a PM/email/text. Thanks
  9. http://www.ls1gto.com/forums/showthread.php?t=537810
  10. http://www.ls1gto.com/forums/showthread.php?t=537810
  11. Ah, right on, my mistake. Guess I never really saw that many pictures of your interior. I do like the silver inserts, though. (If anyone has a reference to them PM me!) And pak, I believe he did have those gauges on the dash. I managed to find his youtube channel :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8saDkDhngI0 You'll see the gauges @ ~33s.
  12. Looks like they redid quite a bit of the interior too.... RIP BigSecz! Hmm... i would like to know where they got those white door panel inserts, though.
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