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jmlay

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About jmlay

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  • Birthday 02/03/1971

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    The Colony, TX
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    Interior Color (again)

    Good thing about this internet thing, I don’t need to remember everything: http://www.concoursmustang.com/forum/index.php?action=search2
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    Interior Color (again)

    I believe this is listed on the ppg color chart if you can find it online. Going from memory all metal parts, lower dash header panel trim, steering colum, trap door, etc... were charcoal and all plastic was black, assuming black interior.
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    Why are oil pans so darn expensive?

    Well it would be more expensive without one, all that oil and burned up parts on the ground. Maybe it is like a divorce, expensive but worth it. Or so I have heard... Please excuse my it is time for my cough syrup. The big spoons are a tsp right?
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    Mtr and Trans mounts

    I know I have another burn for the life of me I am unable to find it. I will keep looking and let you know.
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    Mtr and Trans mounts

    I believe I have a spare c6 trans crossmember. Will take a look this evening and let you know. Mike
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    Let's play... Mystery Part!

    This is a mustang part. It clips to the gage cluster to take up the gap between the colum and the gage cluster. If you need a picture installed let me know.
  7. Stock will work fine except the lines that previously connected the master. This will require custom bent lines between the hydro boost unit and the distribution block.
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    oil pan installation

    Did you apply a sealant in the corners, between pan and gasket and gasket and block? Just a small bit.
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    automatic floor shifter $6

    I will take it. I will send you a PM.
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    The Bitch is Back!

    That is a good catch. You better offer better BBQ than Rudy's! Lots of great places in & around Austin.: https://apps.statesman.com/austin360/eats/lists/43/best-barbecue-austin/
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    69 Vert project

    What I was referring to was a complete assembly, everything from the rear frame rails to the front frame rail supports. Dynacorn and at least one of the major companies make these assemblies for the 65/66 vert as well as coup and fastback of all years. I have not seen one for a 69/70 vert but I am sure someone has a complete assembly. There was a company that was assembling & selling the 65/66 before before Dynacorn and the others, they would build others upon request. Can not seem to find the company name at the moment. Just found it, Thoroughbred GT (http://www.thoroughbredgt.com/ 330-533-0048). They may now be out of business or the home page URL has changed. May be worth a phone call the phone number still works, 330-533-0048. If I were working on a car with that much rust if I could get a quality fully assembled pan I would jump on it in a heartbeat. It takes a lot of time and dedication to do the work right, what is your time worth TO YOU.: https://www.prlog.org/12053498-100-premium-quality-mustang-real-steel-floors.html https://www.facebook.com/ThoroughbredInt/
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    69 Vert project

    Have you considered one of the complete floor pans/trunk assemblies? May save quite a bit of time and aggregation. Remember time is money. Below is for a fastback or cupe but a little searching I’m sure a vert version may be found.: http://www.mustangsunlimited.com/Mustang/Body/Floor-Trunk-Seat-Pans/One-Piece-Floor-Pans/Dynacorn-1-Piece-Floor-Trunk-Pan-1969-1970-Mustang-Coupe-Fastback.axd
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    Mystery Part?

    Bracket to hold the fold down trapdoor open.
  14. If your 100% positive the headers will slide in around the aod, and everything else in the way, the go for booting them on before dropping the engine in. But bolting them in as you go may save some headach. Also you might want to remove the tower braces as those are sure to be in the way.
  15. I think your going to find the rust through is mush larger that you think. As stated get all of the rust and start poking around with a pick of screw driver to see what it thin and needs to be replaced. Do it once and not need to go back in a few years and do it again.
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