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  1. Can someone tell me the opening size for the clock on the passenger side? Thanks
  2. Interesting. If 71-73 is flat, and 70 is flat, I'd think it should work on a 70. I just like the clean look, not introducing other colors that might not look great with the paint color.
  3. Got an answer from Kentucky mustang... Screw on caps work for all years. Pop open caps are year specific, due to the different curvature of the rear of the car, where they mount.
  4. The more i read about the Saturn vue/ Toyota prius electric power steering, the better it sounds. There's a a gps chip you can use so it knows how fast you are going, and varies assist level based on that. Allows you to get rid of all the under hood power steering stuff.
  5. Nice looking, but I was trying to find a plain metal one, without logos.
  6. Looks like 5 holes. Not sure if this is the same brand, but definitely same style... 71-73 mach1
  7. Since a lot of the various gas caps say they are for 65-73 mustangs, does that mean that this one will work on a 70 convertible, even though it specifically says it's for 71-73 mach1? https://www.kentuckymustang.com/gas-cap-pop-open-1971-1973-acp.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjww4-hBhCtARIsAC9gR3au-2AADqUEM4hRygpqT-K7GZPRh7HQyYavkQA6O_7jVxCIh4aPStAaAqhUEALw_wcB
  8. So of course I made the mistake of continuing to read, and came across a bunch of threads about electric power steering. Most seem to be using the units from prius or Saturn Vue. Can anyone comment on how much of an issue space is with a clutch pedal? Also, anyone try using Subaru BRZ/scion frs / Toyota gt86 epas units? They're newer, cheap on ebay, and brunosteering makes a gps speed controller doodad for it, so it varies the amount of ps boost based on your speed.
  9. Thanks. Some of the info on the interwebs seems to indicate constant leaking and other issues with the factory units...so I didn't want to throw big money to replace or rebuild the factory stuff, just to have to deal with ongoing issues.
  10. So... Purchased a 6cyl auto 70 vert over a year ago. Guy I purchased it from is a mechanic, and was supposed to do a swap with a 351w and a t5. It's now with a second shop, after the first guy essentially gave up. Most of its needs are getting sorted, but I need advice regarding steering. It was originally power steering. I was told the steering needed rebuilt. So with a 351w (really a 393w), a t5, headers of some sort, and plans on adding aftermarket a/c... Should I try and get the original ps rebuilt, get a new original ps from chockostang, get a borgeson ps kit put in, or get a steeroids rack and pinion ps unit? Seems like each of these has some major drawback.
  11. Not looking to put in the miata seats (mostly because I already have the new upholstery for the original mustang seats). I'm wondering whether the original mustang seats can hold speakers in the headrests, just like the miata seats can.
  12. Got an 8 track. Got an audacy forza amp/dsp on the way. Still working on speaker locations. The fiero and miata had speakers that went in the headrest. Any idea if this would work with the stock seats (rather than swapping in miata or fiero seats? Mine are going to be re-covered, so that would be the time to do it. Here's a link to what I'm talking about (miata version). https://www.3maudio.com/RetrofitKit.html
  13. Hopefully the members you sold them to will post some pics. Thanks.
  14. Any updates on this? Photos on a finished car?
  15. Sucks that it hits the am/fm buttons. I'm starting to lean towards this: https://www.ebay.com/itm/203473603999?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0&ssspo=OrwPIENwQFO&sssrc=2349624&ssuid=F0dqPHfESqO&var=&widget_ver=artemis&media=COPY It's about 3x what I want to spend, but it has dsp to fix the crappy sound quality, it's 8 channels, which would allow two dash, two door, two rear quarter trim, and bridge the last two for a sub.
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