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427Stang

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About 427Stang

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    Mustang Owner
  • Birthday 10/01/1969

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  • Location
    Lynnwood, WA
  • Interests
    FE powered Fords
  • Occupation
    Pipr Trades Instructor UA32

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  1. I will have to look this weekend but I think I have 2 non tach 69's floating around.
  2. I installed an entire rear clip. Support everything and take plenty of measurements before you make the first cut.
  3. I made my own rotisserie. Its a 427 stroked to 482. Triangulated 4-bar rear suspension. Richmond trans, I fabbed the headers and exhaust.
  4. I modified the plate to give more room. 3" all the way out
  5. The ride wasn't earth shaking but you can feel the difference. The Del-Alum bushings have a very snug fit to control side to side movement. Make sure you lube them well when installing or you will hear them.
  6. I used Del-Alum bushings on my 68 coupe. They were form Pro Motorsports (this was back in the early 1990's). The ride was rougher than normal but they did improve cornering quite a bit.
  7. I have used Muggy Weld Super Alloy 1 to repair broken studs to convertible well trim. It works great. Just practice a bit first. http://muggyweld.com/super-alloy-1
  8. Years of saving and not revealing the true cost to my wife! Build thread will be coming when I get more consistent time to work on it.
  9. I don't have pics of the tires and wheels under it but here is the reason for the meats out back. A bit of engine porn for you.
  10. The side panels fit with no modifications. The seat has been narrowed to fit with the mini tubs (325-40-17 out back). Just make sure the top mechanics clear in all positions.
  11. I welded my bar in. It's a Tony Branda One piece bar. .
  12. There is a difference between coupe and convertible quarter glass in spite of some claims to the contrary. Link http://www.1969stang.com/mustang/forum/showthread.php?t=9151&highlight=convertible+glass I took the pics in the link above and there is a difference. I am not saying that you can't interchange them but you may have a hard time making them line up properly
  13. Convertibles make the work hard but more rewarding in the end. Take your time. My car had extensive damage due to a poor repair done years before. I got lucky and found a wrecked convertible for the donor quarter panel.
  14. Nice work! Save your patterns. I'm sure someone here will need these made in the future.
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