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  1. Thanks aslanefe & Brian I appreciate your time! One last question on the metal brackets, are they suppose to be gray or have a phosphate look? I bought my brackets from NPD and they came just bare metal.
  2. I know this is an old thread, and I apologize in advance. But I'm currently installing the front side bumper brackets and I am not for sure witch way the nut goes into the valance. It looks like the nut would be installed from the back side of the valance with the fingers facing / gripping on the outside of valance. I have a picture of the nuts below that I have. Any help would be appreciated!
  3. Thanks guys! I spoke with the owner of the mustang today and he told me that he knew someone that had the parts that I needed from a donor car.
  4. Thank you Brian! So that section of the panel with the bracket is all I really need then, including the scoops.
  5. Thanks Wycked69, I was told today by Perogie Enterprises that sell used mustang parts to buy donor parts like you have mention, instead of replacing the whole quarter panel. The guy from Perogie said it wouldn't be a hard task for a body shop to do. Perogie also gave me a number for Mustang Masters from Florida to call for the used parts that I need, Perogie didn't have any used panels with scoops. So far I haven't had any luck reaching Mustang Masters by phone. Thanks again!
  6. I'm looking at a 69 fastback to buy. The quarter panels have been replaced with 1970 quarter panels. The owner was going to make it into a Boss 302 mustang, but didn't finish the car. My question is, can the 69 be converted back with the side scoops easily without replacing the whole quarter panel. I haven't had any luck finding new side scoop parts to use, will they have to be come from a used 69 fastback mustang? Any help would be deeply appreciated.
  7. I've used some of the other products from this company, but none of this stuff. It may be worth a try. http://metalwax.com/component/content/article/52-kits.html
  8. I agree!! I have seen several Camaros between years 1967 thru 1969 in my area. I like those years of Camaros, but I never ever see a 1969 or a 1970 Mustang fastback.
  9. Very nice. Has it been mini tubbed?
  10. Hi sportsroof69 do you have any pics of your blue 69 mustang?
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