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    v8 powered poster
  • Birthday 07/13/1971


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    Love those Mustangs
  • Location
    St. Louis, MO
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    cars, women, beer and football
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    computers and computer networking

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  1. Thanks for reporting and tell your friend Chris "Good Job" :-) BTW, nice looking 73 Mach1!
  2. Awesome progress! Keep up the good work. :-)
  3. WOW! Very Nice Work! Where did you get your rear spoiler? I need to put one on my car. :-)
  4. Welcome Bobby! Thinking about doing a IFS on my car. Keep up the good work. I'll be watching your build.
  5. Looking good JandJ! What are your plans for the engine?
  6. You're making some good progress! Keep up the good work. :-) Another vote for Grabber Blue!
  7. I would Google "1969 mustang concours restoration" and look at the pictures to find the colors you want. If you're going to spend the time to do it right I'd paint all the parts pretty close to the correct color. No reason to cut corner here. ;-) I used a lot of the Eastwood Chassis Black on my suspension and happy with the results. http://www.eastwood.com/chassis-black Eastwood also has a bunch of under hood paints which I also used. http://www.eastwood.com/paints/underhood-paints.html Sorry I don't have more details for ya, but hope this gets you started down the right path. Good luck!
  8. Looks good. Are you going to fix the hood or find a replacement?
  9. I read the same as you about the T5z's on what not to do to make them last behind a Cleveland and I would have to agree and what made me consider one. Great find on the rocker panels. You probably already know this, but I think you can use that NPD Argent paint on the Mach 1 grill and headlight bezels too. I used it on my car and they look awesome. Forget VMF, Post all your Pix's here. LOL!! What's the link to your VMF thread? I'd like to see more progress pixs.
  10. Looks good. I was thinking about going with a T5z too, but didn't think they would hold up behind a 351C. I'm anxious to see how it works for you, so hurry up and get it on the road. :scooter: LOL!!
  11. Glad to see someone is going to save that car. Good Luck and will be watching the build.
  12. I love those wheel covers and almost went with a set on my car. A good set of covers are hard to find these days, so are the 14x7 wheels. Did you go with 245 BFG's? They look wide. :thumbup:
  13. The motor sounds good. Something I just noticed...the Passenger side door doesn't have the 5 lower holes punched out which allows easy access to the rocker panel mounting screws. Only real Mach 1's came with those holes, I think. I wonder if your doors may be '69s or maybe early '70s. I'll attach a picture of what I'm talking about if you don't already know.
  14. Very Nice, but why does it have a "Mach 1" clock panel emblem?
  15. Welcome! It sure looks like a fun build. Nice sound deadening. LOL! I noticed the rim blow is wrapped up. Where did they locate the horn button to?
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