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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-26-2014, 11:27 AM Thread Starter
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Hello from Topeka

Hey guys, I'm fairly new to this site, don't post a lot but get a lot of info from here.
I have a '66 Mustang. I have rebuild the 289 stroked it to a 347, built C4 tranny and a 4.11 posi. Way way too much gear but it make peeling the tires at will pretty fun.
I just installed both full floor pans, boy did it need it.

I hope to make it nice one of these years.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-26-2014, 12:23 PM
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Welcome, It's hard for us to understand what you've got and what you're working on without pics. It's a requiremnet for newcomers to introduce themselves on here but we don't want a pic of the person but of the car. OK, it's not a requirement but some people on here can't dicipher without pics.

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Welcome aboard fellow Kansan. I assume you have a hardtop ? No picture needed, I know what one looks like Dean

'66 Sprint 200 deluxe interior hardtop ( not a coupe ), owned since '84 as first car
'66 factory GT A code 4 speed ( now T5 ) fastback
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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-11-2014, 08:45 AM Thread Starter
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Here is my "starting point" I bought this Mustang as a Father / Daughter project. Somehow that's changed. The stock 289 had major engine problems. It needed rebuilt, so ended up purchasing a 347 kit, alum heads yada yada yada....

The previous owner brush painted the car..... He said because it was going to set outside and he wanted a thick coat of paint on it.

I have recently installed new floor pans, I hope this spring to sand and at least get the car in primer. This spring I hope to install new interior in her also.

I have the motor tore down again. I bought a roller cam, basically because I can't leave well enough alone.

Over all she is rough, but a decent starting point... LOL
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1966 Coupe, 289 stroked to 347, C4, 3.80 rear. Slowly getting restored.
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Welcome. Nice project.


68 Fastback.
351Windsor, 4sp, 8" 3.40 TracLok
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