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  1. PonyDoc
    09-14-2014 09:35 PM - permalink
    I had 2 of my cars invited to display them at SEMA, by Ford. They picked 50 mustangs- 1 for each year, from all over the US. I have to get my 64 & 69 to Las Vegas in Nov. It's only 2500 miles each way!
  2. Kelly_H
    09-13-2014 10:23 PM - permalink
    Yep, still having a blast! I am behind on my blog due to lack of time / internet, but Jane has been wonderful and I have seen some gorgeous country. Unfortunately I will be back in Colorado in November, working like some kind of square... Why, what's going on?
  3. Rick D
    09-04-2014 10:48 AM - permalink
    Rick D
    I saw an old post of yours on this site concerning correct seat belts. I drove over to Ssnake Oyl yesterday to get them to work on mine and it would appear that I'm starting from scratch. The set that I bought years ago from Dallas Mustang are not even close for my car. In your previous post you mentioned that you had pictures of original 65 deluxe seat belt sets. If you could, I would sure appreciate it if you could send me a picture so at least I have a clue of what I'm looking for. My car is an early May 65 San Jose built GT coupe with an Aqua/White pony interior. I believe it had the deluxe seat belts as well. I think it should have the split buckle with a retractor enclosed in the boot. The car did not have rear seat belts but I understand that these could have been added. Would a May 65 car have had the seat belt warning light?

    Thanks for any advice/pictures you might have.

  4. PonyDoc
    09-02-2013 06:19 PM - permalink
    I may wind up in Miami the next week or so and I have a friend there that has a whse full of parts. I may drag this with me and, if he has the correct one, I may swap it out. I know it works like it is, but if I can do a direct swap, why not?
  5. 67CRT
    09-02-2013 01:17 AM - permalink
    No the 68 will work, I was talking about like 66 to 65 pedals don't work.
  6. PonyDoc
    08-24-2013 07:43 PM - permalink
    I was asking $175 for the entire set-up.
  7. 67CRT
    08-24-2013 11:42 AM - permalink
    Hey thanks for the reply, that bracket would save me a lot of time then trying to rebuild the one in my auto car as a manual one. How much for the bracket?
  8. chairwriter
    08-04-2012 01:06 AM - permalink
    Howdy, I did check out your PonyDrive website, and this is definitely something I'll keep in mind for future use. Thanks, Doc!

    Bruce Gamble, "Sweet Chariot" tour 2012
  9. r_boulware
    12-26-2010 01:59 PM - permalink
    Hey do you have the contact info on the 1966 K GT? I would be REALLY intrested..


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  • About PonyDoc
    64 1/2 conv <br>65 K-GT fastback65 GT Conv<br>73 Comet GT-orig owner<br>77 Comet<br>66 T-Bird w/ 428
    Central Florida
    Mustangs, travelling
    R/W Agent, mustang tinkerer
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    64 9/10 Convertible- 382,000 miles & counting (2nd owner)- Invited by Ford to SEMA-2014
    65 GT Convertible
    65 K GT Fastback- 59,000 original miles
    Original 65 pedal car
    69 GT Convertible- 90,000 miles Invited by Ford to SEMA-2014
    69 Grande'- 1 of 11
    2016 GT convertible w/ CDC Outlaw #13 package- delivered 10/27.
    08 P-71 Police Intercepter
    2000 F-250 Lariat, 2010 F-250 King Ranch


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