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About CrazyHorse1847

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  • Birthday 02/21/1972


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  1. It just keeps getting better!! Can't wait to see the engine/trans going in.
  2. 1967 Mustang Fastback, A-code 289 4 barrel, C4 Automatic, Factory A/C (currently not working) Candyapple red, black deluxe interior, upper and lower consoles, styled steel wheels, like new Cooper Cobra tires I've owned this Fastback for 26 years, purchased it in 1986 when I was 14. Runs great and the only issues are the non-working A/C and a transmission leak. The paint is very nice with a few small chips. The interior is near perfect and the engine is nicely detailed. It has always been garaged and has never been driven in the winter during my ownership. I have been caught out in the rain a few times over the last 26 years. The body is extremely solid with original fenders, doors, hood and quarter panels. Frame rails, cowl and all engine compartment sheet metal is also original and never required any repairs. The floors were replaced in the early 90's with correct replacements. The two back pans were cracked from someone using a floor jack or jack stand under them. The passenger front had a few small rust holes likely due to a leaky heater core at some time. All of the chrome (except for the bumpers) and aluminum trim are new old stock parts. They all show very little wear and are in excellent condition. The stock bumpers were looking a bit worn and dull so I installed reproduction bumpers. The stock bumpers will be included with the sale and would look great once rechromed. I haven't driven the car much in the last three years and have decided it's time to let someone else enjoy her. The exterior is the original color, interior was originally standard red. Info from data plate: Body 63A Mustang Fastback Color T Candyapple Red Paint Trim 2D Red Standard Bucket Seats Date 05A Scheduled for Build: January 5, 1967 DSO 65 Oklahoma City Ordering District Axle 1 3.00 Standard Axle Ratio Trans W C-4 Select-Shift Cruise-O-Matic VIN 7F02A****** $30,000
  3. Thanks, Just sold it to the first guy to come look. :clap:
  4. SOLD SOLD SOLD 1964 1/2 Mustang Coupe, D-code 298 4 barrel, C4 automatic, power steering, A/C I've owned this Mustang for 5 years. It runs great and has no mechanical problems that I know of. I replaced all of the wiring with brand new '66 style wiring with an alternator and '66 gauges. The body and floors are extremely solid. The paint is a nice driver quality paint job that shows well. I recently stripped and repainted the interior. The door panels and dash pad are new. The seats are in very good condition. Modern AM/FM stereo that looks stock and fits in original dash location. Has iPod hookup and CD controls. Brand new 6.5" front speakers and 6x9's in back. Like new Cooper Cobras on American Racing Torque Thrust wheels. Info from data plate: BODY 65A COLOR M TRIM 89 DATE 11F DSO 61 AXLE 1 TRANS 6 VIN 5F07D16**** $10,500 Car is located in Tulsa, OK.
  5. http://autos.yahoo.com/blogs/motoramic/2013-ford-shelby-gt500-confirmed-662-hp-love-192449470.html
  6. John, Yes my Boss does have blue deluxe interior. I just bought it a year and a 1/2 ago. I had it at the Shelby show last year. There was one other '70 there and one '69. (in the non-concours section) I took my '01 Bullitt to Hallett and the drags. It's got '03 Cobra front and rear bumpers and side skirts. Oh, and color changing ghost flames. I've had it out there the last 4 years. I live in the Tulsa area and have been to Wagoner many times. Sent you a pm with my cell #. Brad
  7. This company offers fiberglass shakers too. Maybe you could use one of these bases with your original parts and save having to cut your base. http://www.fordramair.com/index.html That's awesome that you work at Maximum Motorsports, they make great stuff. I have their complete setup on my '01. Handles great on the road course events that I have run.
  8. I've seen that same engine from other sellers priced in the $8k range so be sure to shop around. There are plenty of places that make headers that will fit. Call Stan at FPA and see if he has one that will work. Super nice guy and really knows his stuff. I just ordered a set for my Boss last week. www.fordpowertrain.com/ Here is an option for repro shaker parts and you could probably mix and match to get the correct height for your application. http://www.fordramair.com/index.html And come to the Ford Performance and Shelby meet in Tulsa in June. Lots of parts for sale and cars to look at for ideas. www.midamericafordmeet.com/ Brad
  9. You're killing me man. I gotta sell some stuff quick....
  10. I run Nitto drag radials on my '01. They have a treadwear rating of 100. I run Nitto NT05's on the front they have a treadwear rating of 200. The NT01's I run on the road course are super sticky and have a rating of 00. That said the drag radials are pretty sticky once they get a few miles on them to warm them up. They don't do well if the temp is in the 40's or lower and even come with a warning about them cracking in cold weather. DR's are all I've ever had on the back of this car and I drive it pretty agressively at times. (track only of course :) ) Except for the Tail of the Dragon at Deals Gap last summer. Crazy curves and I pushed it hard every chance I got. They handle well and I've never had any issues with the sidewalls feeling "soft" when cornering hard. Anything over 60 mph in the rain with them is a suicide mission. Under that they hold the road well in my experience.
  11. Congrats on the progress. Looks great!
  12. Great story and cool to see you getting your girls involved. I've got two daughters and have lots of great memories cleaning and working on my Mustangs and Jeep with them over the years. Awesome that you got your '69 back. My '67 was my first car, got it when I was 14, and I've managed to hang onto it all these years.
  13. My 70 is Medium Blue Metallic. I love the Acapulco Blue if I could have found a '69 that's what I wanted.
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