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Caseyrhe

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  1. Take the hose loose from the tee above mst cyl and see if it’s pumping to there. do you have power to the pump? pump can be swapped out in lieu of buying entire washer bottle.
  2. I've found it useful in compacting all the BS my boss keeps giving me, so some day soon, I can give it back to him to cram it up his ass
  3. May look at the hardware store, similar rollers used on cabinet drawers and screen doors
  4. It is the hard part, but seeing daily progression, keeps the drive going. Don’t let the little steps backwards frustrate you, we have all had them. Paint looks awesome!!
  5. Most elect car owners don't realize either that charging their car away from home is more costly than buying fuel
  6. You could also use the female plug at the fire wall harness, currently using it on my 69 and 2- 70's
  7. I will slide a hose over the end of the petcock, flows right into the catch/recycle pan.
  8. Success!! Heated the c clip with a little heat and pried end out, grabbed with needle nose pliers and bam!!
  9. will try the 90 degree pick tonight. maybe try heating the c lip and pry it out as well. U joint needs to be replaced anyway
  10. Tried using the pick/small screw driver, no luck....broke the tip on one of my picks. No room to drill holes either.
  11. Need some help on how to get these little boogers out. They aren’t froze up, spin in the grove. Have tried using a pick to try and pry out at either end while blocking other end from spinning, with no luck.
  12. Welcome, good looking car!
  13. Converting my conv to Std from auto. Need location and size of hole thru firewall for upper clutch rod
  14. Just pm me your address and I’ll send it to you. To me it’s about helping someone out and getting another Stang completed
  15. What side you need. I have an extra passenger side one
  16. The BF lettering is a pain to keep clean due to the leaching the coopers lettering is holding up 10 times better
  17. He did just have a birthday you know, so maybe he bought a bottle with the intent to send it, but now can’t remember where he put it?? lol
  18. My brother bought his 69 S code Mach in 79 and knew I would have to have one. I got mine in 80 at the age of 15, a 69 Drag Pac for 1500. The drivetrain was long gone and had been replaced with a CJ and C6. I later found out she carried the nickname of the "Blue Ghost" due to the many eyry happenings to the prior 6-7 owners. My brother and I were self taught on working on them, with some help from the Chilton's Manual. I was known at HS as the Mach 1 Kid, never got beat street racing, and was constantly harassed by the police for excessive noise, exhibition of acceleration, and no front license plate. In 86 we parted ways, but still carried all the memories and scars of owning her. The 70 vert I bought 7 years ago rekindled the flame and soon got another 69 Mach a year later, then a 68, another 70 vert, a 70 coupe, and then restored my brothers Mach. I don't know what it is about the 69/70 Mustangs that leave a craving within my soul to restore just one more. I do know though, this forum has created many a long distance friend ships with men I will never meet, hours of entertainment, very helpful advice, built confidence within on wiring/electrical issues, joys, sorrows, and the ability of giving back to others. Thanks Guys
  19. Here’s the long piece. You needed it too correct, LH
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