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  1. frankstang65
    03-22-2017 05:39 PM - permalink
    frankstang65
    Here is some info how the original finish for those hinges.


    http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/co...od-hinges.html
  2. GearHeadPeter
    03-08-2017 02:40 PM - permalink
    GearHeadPeter
    The Griffin radiator cost about $500, the 24" Superkool AC condenser about $195, and dual electric fans about $250 including wiring harnesses. The biggest part of the job was getting the front nose piece off. Have you though about using Evans Water-less coolant? That is what I'm running in mine and the best part is no issues with dissimilar metals, and it doesn't have to be changed until 10 years. Since you already have coolant in yours it would need to be flushed to get the water/coolant out.

    I'm going to Good Guys this weekend in Scottsdale AZ and it is supposed to hit about 90, yikes, as it is going to be hot, but at least my car will be cool. LOL

    Let me know how it goes this weekend.
  3. GearHeadPeter
    03-07-2017 05:39 PM - permalink
    GearHeadPeter
    Here is a link to a DIY I did for Ford Muscle Forums in 2011 on a 24" radiator conversion: http://www.fordmuscleforums.com/cooling-articles/501699-64-66-mustang-24-radiator-conversion-diy.html

    If what you need is not there let me know what you want to see specifically and I will send you the images.

    Thanks,
    Peter
  4. evantugby
    03-01-2017 06:14 PM - permalink
    evantugby
    Milo, I will be sure to do this for Oklahoma. I'm going to try Idaho too because I know the car spent many decades in Idaho. Thank you very much for the information!
  5. Milo Bloom
    02-27-2017 10:57 AM - permalink
    Milo Bloom
    To do this in Oklahoma, go here:
    https://www.ok.gov/tax/documents/769.pdf
    Fill out that document as instructed (needs to be notarized), check the box that you're the current owner, ask for all records, check "complete title history" and mail it off with $10 to the address listed.

    If you want to take a shot in both locations and see what happens, the process in Texas appears to be very similar and the form is here:

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...yJugOPyH5VTd0w

    Sorry for the long URL but I can't figure out how to pull it out of Google. It's the second link under this search: https://www.google.com/search?q=texa...utf-8&oe=utf-8
  6. Milo Bloom
    02-27-2017 10:57 AM - permalink
    Milo Bloom
    Hello,

    Saw your thread about info on your car and thought I'd share what I did. I had a DSO of Winston-Salem on my '65, so I ran vehicle records requests with the DMVs in North Carolina and South Carolina, because those were the areas covered by that DSO. I also ran them in West Virginia and Virginia, because I had some info that the car had been through those states. I received a ton of great info, including the info for my original dealership.

    According to this site: Date the OKC DSO covered Oklahoma and a small part of Texas. If you ask for vehicle registration records with the OK and TX DMVs, you should hopefully receive some information from one of them on the original registration of the vehicle.
  7. evantugby
    02-22-2017 06:36 PM - permalink
    evantugby
    Perfect. Will do.
  8. Fair Oaks Mustang
    02-21-2017 10:44 AM - permalink
    Fair Oaks Mustang
    I sometimes get confused with some of these message systems. If you are seeing my response twice, I apologize:

    Definitely...I live near Boerne with some great hill country drives minutes from my house. If you are up for it, find a Saturday for you stop by, check out the paint, then hit the road. There is a great back road bar about 30 minutes from my house.
  9. Fair Oaks Mustang
    02-18-2017 02:42 PM - permalink
    Fair Oaks Mustang
    I was thinking more about your paint. I think a good starting point would be to clay bar a small section and then hit with a DA polisher with three different pads. Probably really bring the paint to life without any risk.
  10. Fair Oaks Mustang
    02-11-2017 05:24 PM - permalink
    Fair Oaks Mustang
    You too Evan. If you ever want help doing a little test area wet sanding and polishing, let me know. Happy to help.

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