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    Craig from New Zealand

    Here is what we've been working on.
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    Craig from New Zealand

    Thanks, we will be installing our Watts link soon, which welds to our full subframe.
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    69-70 Hood catch

    Does anyone know if these are being reproduced ? If not we will start.
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    69-70 Hood catch

    Your eyes must be getting as bad as mine LOL https://shop.mustangstofear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=5_31_521&products_id=559&zenid=qgvti7id8a9lq28vce5iopj5q6
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    Funny, but not really...

    Probably will need to take the hood off .
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    69-70 Hood catch

    Both ends are welded on . The 65 -68 are made in a press and just flattened out . That takes a huge press to do that
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    69-70 Hood catch

    These are on our website now. If our manufacturer would have given us a quote on the cost before running them, we probably wouldn't have made them. They are hand made and tig welded, plus made in the good ol' USA. We are actually selling them at cost. I'm sure sooner or later Scott Drake will make them for half the cost. https://shop.mustangstofear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=5_31_521&products_id=559&zenid=qgvti7id8a9lq28vce5iopj5q6
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    70 break and clutch assembly

    Not sure how I have it reversed. We use the high pivot point on every pedal assembly we build with a manual M/C. We never use a power booster.
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    70 break and clutch assembly

    The manual brake pedal has a higher pivot point compared to the power which is a lot lower on the pedal. We only use the manual pedal for all our brakes.
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    1970 Convertible Restoration

    Nice to see you're back on it :)
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    70 break and clutch assembly

    Depends if was for manual or power brakes.
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    Ever want to punch one of these guys ?

    You're going to find all kinds of so called experts that think they know it all. I get a chuckle out of the clowns that think their suspension experts LOL.
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    Fastback inner rockers

    Ford did the galvanized on the outside so you wouldn't see it rust, they weren't concerned with the inner.
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    Craig from New Zealand

    It's a beautiful piece, thank you very much :)
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    Craig from New Zealand

    I think on the 3 A/C vents we will just shoot them all black since the chrome isn't perfect.
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    Craig from New Zealand

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    Fastback inner rockers

    We did the inner rockers on a 67 fastback that we just shipped to BC Canada Sunday morning. It has a supercharged Coyote pulling 626 HP. We have plenty of pictures on our MTF forum.
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    Should I recore my original radiator?

    The only time to record is if you want all the original on the tanks. We make a very nice 2 row radiator with 1 1/4 tubes. We can sell it without the fans .
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    Mounting of modern single DIN radio

    So it's a single din with a flip up screen ?
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    Should I recore my original radiator?

    Hard to believe anyone still does that with all EPA regulations. We use to do it for over 50 years.
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    Upper scoop inserts

    Looking for the black plastic inserts that go in the upper Qtr panels scoops.
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    Upper scoop inserts

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    Mounting of modern single DIN radio

    Where did you get the double din bezel at ?
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    My Ugly Floorpan.

    The car really turned out nice. Is that a Steel rear bumper ? The fit looks to good to be stock.
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    69 mach 408w build

    That's considerably wider than a Mustang if you didn't tub it.
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