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About RPM

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    AKA Bob
  • Birthday 05/04/1956

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    -Bakersfield, People's Republic of Kalifornia
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    robertpmcdougal@gmail.com

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  • Biography
    Retired Cop
  • Location
    Bakersfield, Ca
  • Interests
    Golf, welding, metal fabrication
  • Occupation
    Retired, part time substitute teacher

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  1. RPM

    Happy 50th

    Lots of 69's were built in 1968.
  2. RPM

    Happy 50th

    So...you like those younger fillies eh Mike?
  3. RPM

    Stripped sheet metal holes

    I did this fix with the cowl vent front edge screws. Easy peasy. As b468 says, the thread portion is larger, but the head remains the same size. On the cowl vent, the holes were big enough that they didn't need to be enlarged. Seems like a pretty simple fix to me.
  4. RPM

    1970 Convertible Restoration

    Pretty sure the top tube is a brace.
  5. RPM

    Happy 50th

    Hard to believe I'm 13 years older that my damn car!
  6. Those look real nice, and comfortable! Hmm... Just what I need, another project changing something that doesn't need fixed.
  7. RPM

    Happy 50th

    Happy Happy Birthday! Are donuts appropriate on birthdays?
  8. RPM

    1970 Fastback

    Your welds are better than the Ford yahoos did on mine in Milpitas Ca back in 69. And none of them have failed, so...
  9. RPM

    Show off your home brew tools!

    I'm sure those tweekers sold my stuff for scrap.
  10. RPM

    Sub-frame connectors

    Like your one piece headliners Rich, I can't give enough praise to the conv inner rockers I installed on my 69. They really tighten up these old creak boxes. I can't see not adding them to any future Mustang I build. Ymmv.
  11. RPM

    Show off your home brew tools!

    Nice work CV. For mounting the brake I made 20 years ago, I clamped the angle iron bed into a vise. I'd have posted pics of it for you, but it along with a couple of transmissions, 2 welding tables and other stuff "walked away" from my garage.
  12. RPM

    Sub-frame connectors

    I too believe you'll be happy with any of those 3, or any out there including home made.
  13. RPM

    Show off your home brew tools!

    Necessity is the mother of invention. I was shocked when I was a youngster and saw my dad had cut one end off an end wrench. I thought tools were gold, and shouldn't me messed with.
  14. I can't imagine TCP hasn't had a customer with this issue before. I'm thinking keeping a 9 inch spring, but with lighter weight rating might work. Looking at the TCP website, maybe a 1 or 2" offset adapter would fix the ride height. Or maybe if they made a shorter top shock mounting stud.
  15. RPM

    Show off your home brew tools!

    Just a few of many.
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