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Mike65

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About Mike65

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    Working on the Coupe
  • Birthday 12/27/1957

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    South Jersey
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    Working on my 69 Mustang, 2000 Ranger 4X4, 99 Explorer Sport, & woodworking.

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    Currently rebuilding a 69 Coupe & a 65 Fastback
  • Location
    Toms River, NJ
  • Interests
    Mustangs, & woodworking
  • Occupation
    Recieving

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  1. Mike65

    Redo of my Mach1 restomod 4.6

    The solution is to only go forward, LOL. All kidding aside your car looks awesome. Is the yellow on your Mach a Ford yellow?. I am trying to decide do I want to paint my Mustang chrome yellow, or screaming yellow.
  2. Mike65

    MSD ignition box placement

    I used the Petronix Digital HP ignition box & I mounted it on the l/s front inner fender panel along with the 2 electric cooling fan relays between the shock tower & the washer bottle.
  3. Mike65

    Gauges

    I will probably be using the Dakota Digital VHX in black that will fit in the stock cluster. http://www.dakotadigital.com/index.cfm/page/ptype=product/product_id=791/category_id=434/mode=prod/prd791.htm
  4. Mike65

    Aquarius is on the way!

    Looks great, I like it.
  5. Mike65

    Summer (of 69) Project

    John, your coupe looks great. Mine will get there some day.
  6. There is a post on the Boss 302 registry forum that has a good pic, if you click on the link I provided, scroll down to the 4th post there is a pic of how the brake lines from the disc brake proportioning valve/distribution block run across the firewall. There is also a good closeup of how the lines connect to the proportioning valve/distribution block. I used that same picture when running the brake lines on my 69 Coupe. http://www.boss302.com/smf/index.php?topic=45625.0
  7. My 69 Coupe was a front drum brake car & I converted it over to front disc brakes. I got the disc brake line kit from Classic Tube & modified them as needed. I cut the lines going to the front brake caliper flex line & re-flared it, & moved the "L" bracket where the flex & hard lines join. I also installed the disc brake proportioning valve & distribution block like they had on the factory disc brake cars in the factory spot on the l/s rear inner fender panel. http://www.cobranda.com/19dibrprvaan.html Here are a couple pics of the brake line where it joins the flex lines.
  8. Mike65

    Bought another Classic Car

    Nice.
  9. Mike65

    Summer (of 69) Project

    John, it looks great.
  10. Mike65

    1970 Convertible Restoration

    Thanks Vic.
  11. Mike65

    1970 Convertible Restoration

    Looking good Vic. What size fuel lines are you using?.
  12. Mike65

    Rear Frame Rail

    It is not all about the money, as stated above it is the pride in knowing you did it, & the enjoyment of driving it after it is done. Once my 69 Coupe is completed I do not want to know how much I have in it but I am not doing this to make money, I am doing this for the fun of doing it myself & then the enjoyment of driving it after it is done.
  13. Mike65

    Gauge cluster

    I am also planning on using the Nu Vintage Black gauges for my Coupe. http://newvintageusallc.mybigcommerce.com/69-70-mustang-performance-black/
  14. Mike65

    What's the best colour for my 69 Mach 1?

    Out of your choices I like the cherry red.
  15. IIRC the front wheels were on drive on ramps with the weight of the car on them.
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