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  1. From now on, I am posting the progress of my 428cj project with many photos as possible.
  2. I'm selling my '79 mustang speedometer, original in the box. This speedometer has KM on the outside, and MPH on the inside (unlike most other speedometers). I've had this speedometer since I purchased my 79 mustang, and only swapped it out after 51 miles (since I started driving it in the United States). This speedometer has been in storage since then, and is in excellent condition. I've attached a link to my eBay auction, but please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions. http://www.ebay.com/itm/321676097821?item=321676097821&viewitem=&vxp=mtr Thanks
  3. For sale 1969 Mustang rear valance panel, reproduction, from National Parts Depot. Panel has some surface rust on one end but is new otherwise. See pictures for more details. Asking $50. Prefer local pickup in San Luis Obispo, SF Bay Area(South Bay), Sacramento, or LA with prior arrangements. Will ship if buyer covers shipping/packing fees. PM me if interested.
  4. For sale 1969 Mustang Grande deluxe door panels light blue. Panels are complete with all trim and door cups. They are off my 1969 Mustang Grande that was totaled after I had removed the door panels in preparation for restoration. Some minor moisture damage on one panel. Wires on passenger side courtesy light have been repaired. See pictures for more details. Asking $200 for the pair. Prefer local pickup in San Luis Obispo, SF Bay Area(South Bay), Sacramento, or LA with prior arrangements. Will ship if buyer covers shipping/packing fees. PM me if interested.
  5. I thought some people on the forum might find this video interesting. Jason Lewis of AUTOedit Restorations initially made a small name for himself as the guy behind the Viper-powered Maverick and, later, the Formula Drift semi-truck video. We met him back in 2007 when he needed front suspension for that project. Jason's latest project is a '73 Mustang coupe which he affectionately refers to as 'Large Marge.' He called me a couple weeks ago and we went over some options for the car. He just sent us a link to this video he put together of his install. Jason really puts together a great video; he keeps it interesting and can get technical without going super geeky. Anyway, check out the video below and be sure to check out some of the other awesome videos on his YouTube channel HERE. I was going to embed but couldn't find the correct BB code that works for this forum.
  6. Hello. I have a 1969 Candy Red convertible I bought last week. The heater control seems to be stuck on defrost. So much so that a p.o. bent the heck out of the control lever. I have done a lot of searching but can't seem to find a solution to my problem. I have taken the dash apart and have straightened out the heater control arm. After removing the defrost and floor heating conduits I have exposed the heater box with the door that moves to change from defrost to floor heater. When the door is in the full defrost position it is very difficult to move back from there. It is not the cable as I have disconnected that and the door is still extremely difficult to move from the full defrost position. However, once is has started to move from there it seems to move ok. I have tried to clean the inside of the box as best I can but to no avail. Does anyone know of an easy fix for this? Do I have to replace the unit? (I am not really excited about that). Thanks for any info. Steve
  7. I started this project last fall Was a 200ci 6 with a 3 speed now 6.0 built ls1 with a t56 6speed and ford 9.5in rear end has a 12point cage, wilwood 13in drilled and slotted 4 piston brakes all around lift kit from an f100 so about 1.5ft above stock, 20gal fuel cell, converted power steering, massive front and rear sway bars, torsion bars, adjustable everything, custom interior and dash, hid lights, huge oil cooler, and the dixie horn from dukes of hazzard just needs a bit of wiring done, then its off to the shop for exhaust and dyno tuning
  8. Has anyone done an HID conversion on the four light setup for a 69? I was thinking of the following kid: http://www.prostreetlighting.com/product/50015006EURO/5001-5006-EURO-XENON-CONVERSION-KIT-5-34-4pc.html using the single beam 5k bulbs also with this relay kit: http://www.prostreetlighting.com/product/4PLUGH4WIREHARNESS/H4-Relay-wire-harness-for-4-Headlight-vehicles.html Everywhere I look there are no 1969 application specific setups. Plenty for the 7 inch lenses used on the 1965-1968/1970+. Anyone have any good/bad experiences doing this?
  9. Hi, I bought a 1969 mustang 302 coupe project to work on in my spare time. I am located in Arizona and am having trouble finding the seat belt laws. From what I found on the internet 1969 has to have shoulder belts in the front seats, but when I looked on the ADOT website I found that the car does not even need seat belts if it is built prior to 1973. Also, I can not find a bolt or hole for the shoulder belt, which leads me to believe it did not come standard with shoulder belts. I want to know if I need shoulder belts or if it is legal in Arizona to only have lap belts in the front. I plan on upgrading to retractable shoulder belts eventually but for now I just want something so I can drive it around a little. Any suggestions on brands would be nice too. Thank you for the help!
  10. Hello, I am looking for a roof for a 1969 coupe. Please email me riyaad(at)seecharan.com if you have one to sell. I am located in south florida. Thanks. Riyaad
  11. I have found all sorts of fiberglass hoods, but I want to keep the body steel. I just don't trust fiberglass not to crack right after i get a paint job.
  12. Hello all i'm new to the forum and i might as well start off with my 69 coupe that's been sitting in my dads shop for over ten years. The story behind this car is pretty simple. my dad bought the car about 13 years ago for my mother to drive but she didn't like how hard it was to turn so instead he let my brother drive it when he was in high school. well one day after my brother checked the oil he didn't latch the hood well enough. about a mile or 2 down the road the hood flue up on him causing him to run off the road into a ditch. the only damage that happened to the car was a bent rim, bent hood and the drivers side hinge tore out of the finder apron. Because my dad didn't have the time or the money to fix the stang its just been sitting there all this time collecting dust. now that hes letting me take over the car i hope to make it back into the head turner it once was. p.s pics coming soon
  13. This is my first post. I just got done fully rebuilding my 69 mustangs 302. It's now completely installed in the car and looks amazing. Only one problem, it won't start :( I have tried everything I can think of. Here's what I've done so far: Starter successfully turns the engine Spark plugs fire Timing is properly set Electric Holley fuel pump pumps fine (maybe too fine?) I can see fuel cleanly spraying in carb Rocker arms have the proper gap You would think this would all equal a properly operating engine. Only other things I can think of are that maybe the car has bad gas, it hasn't run in almost a year; or maybe the engine is flooded. Does anyone have any ideas?
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