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Hi Guys, here is my current project, Bought this car for 1k and replaced everything except the roof itself. Ok, also the outer rockers cause it was the only thing holding it together as all other parts go on. 

 

Im looking for some 69 fenders and hood if anyone is local in CT and price is reasonable.

I'll post a few pics , but the photobucket shows daily progress.

 

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Catching up to current. as of today the tail is all welded in with quarters ( in the rear )  Modified side marker rear to flush LED. 

So far everything fits well. The Dynacorn Full Quarters are great! , not the same as the Junk quarter skins, they are completely different stampings.

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Wow, that's some nice work, you're really bringing that one back from the dead. What part of Connecticut are you in? I grew up in Fairfield County (a half century ago) and bought my Mustang in Norwalk. It was sold new at Coppolla Ford in Fairfield.

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Wow, that's some nice work, you're really bringing that one back from the dead. What part of Connecticut are you in? I grew up in Fairfield County (a half century ago) and bought my Mustang in Norwalk. It was sold new at Coppolla Ford in Fairfield.

I'm in New Milford. Right by Danbury. 

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Really awesome work !! I've been a little disappointed in my car past few days on the stuff I keep finding but this was a reminder on how bad it could be. Your wife's car looks really nice as well. How did you go about using '68 lenses for the flush tail lights on your wifes car ?

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I dont know how those two pics " thumbnails" are in the above post, its not mine and wont let me delete them//

Your secret Santa took care of them.

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