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69Stanger408

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  1. Ready do to same, you connected it how?? Also, I replaced the switch but found the bezel piece that screws into the switch from the face does not work, had to go back to original switch. Did you run into same? The bezal piece would only grab the last thread, tried two new ones, maybe the switch has a bad thread?
  2. http://www.dakotadigital.com/index.cfm/page/ptype=product/product_id=1105/category_id=646/mode=prod/prd1105.htm
  3. I got the same setup, Dakota digital has a harness that connects to the snipper, done. Unsure the part number as I'm on the road however you can search Google for same. Bought mine through either Jegs or Summit
  4. Found one at a local mustang graveyard
  5. Thank you, this is much appreciated. Way more detailed than the shop manual
  6. Putting together the lower dash and I only have the upper "horse collar" bracket. Believe there are a couple more brackets? And I can only find the upper bolt mount on each side, believe there should be attachment points on the bottom sides as well. Manuals are worthless as they only discuss dash pad. Any helpful info, pics would be appreciated.
  7. Anyone know where one can find a re manufactured plastic cover for the wiper motor? I have a crack in mine and would like to use a new one if possible.
  8. Fiberglass bumper from MTF, but I did have to modify it for a tight fit
  9. Got her home from paint, time to reassemble for good.
  10. As an FYI - I sent my wood grain 69 interior inserts (door panel, radio bezel, instrument cluster) to a hydrographics shop that sprayed the body color, applied a carbon fiber hydrographic followed by a clear. Will post pics once the items are received.
  11. what seats did you install?
  12. I installed an IDIDIT tilt column, moved my seat pans back 6" and installed MTF seats (2" lower than competitor seats). I am 6'7" and now fit. Additionally, the inner qtr panel interior pieces was sectioned by 2 inches and wrapped in leather to allow the seat to recline further (can recline all the way though it is not needed). The back seat is eliminated with a custom fold down that stays down at all times. When your 6'7" people can't sit behind you regardless of the car
  13. Stripes and lettering painted and cleared. Ready for cut and buff then back to the the mechanical
  14. I completed the majority of the body work ( shock tower removal, both quarters, jams and rocker) myself. The shop I went to insisted on media blasting the car or they wouldn't warranty the paint. Said they need to verify the work was done correctly and if it was, would only be a small price to get it back to where it was. I was hesitant as I put lots of hours leveling out the areas and blending. Needless to say I gave the go ahead and allowed the blasting. The cost from a blasted car to finished paint along with a few extras was approx $20k. That included gapping the panels, tucking the bumbers, front and rear glass, custom painted stripes, and blacking out all the chrome. You get what you pay for. The shop warranted the paint for the life of the car while I own it. You could see the paint on my progress forum
  15. Looking at converting to power windows, heard about the glue in versus bolt in glass options. I need to get new glass all the way around so now is the time. What product did ya'll use for the power unit?
  16. I went with the Holley Sniper with Holley EFI fuel tank and the Holley Dual-Sync Distributor, all is controlled via the integrated ECU and touch screen. I have it connected to a performance built 4R70W AOD trans, which sync's to the ECU as well as the trans ECU (adjustable shift points). Engine is a 408 Stroker Windsor.
  17. Yes, he says it makes the c!ear much smoother and if any trash is in the first layers it comes out. His paint jobs are amazing so no questions here.
  18. I have a similar set-up, went with a Wilwood manual booster as the vacuum was insufficient for a stroked 408. Removing the booster also provided more clearance
  19. In the paint booth. House of Color Candy Brandy Wine over base coat black. Looking forward to the end of the week!!
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