Vintage Mustang Forums - View Profile: 69bossnine
Vintage Mustang Forum
HomeForumGalleryClassifiedsAbout UsAdvertiseContact Us
» Auto Insurance
» Featured Product
Go Back   Vintage Mustang Forums > Members List
Vintage-Mustang.com is the premier Ford Mustang Forum on the internet. Registered Users do not see the above ads.

69bossnine 69bossnine is offline

Supporting Vendor

Visitor Messages

Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 10 of 16
  1. drummingrocks
    02-14-2014 04:26 PM - permalink
    drummingrocks
    Rick,

    I need to order some pinch-on windlace for a '67 I'm working on. I saw in the catalog that NPD sells it by the foot, and that you're supposed to enter the length you want when you place the order. I tried doing this online, but never could get it to work on the NPD website. When doing a web order, where are you supposed to specify the length?

    Thanks!
  2. 69bossnine
    04-23-2013 10:16 AM - permalink
    69bossnine
    Please email Scott Halseth at shalseth@npdlink.com and he'll be able to talk you through any issues you might be having with the wheel assembly...

    Rick
  3. Fly2xs
    04-22-2013 11:53 PM - permalink
    Fly2xs
    Rick,

    I purchased thetop of the line woodgrain steering wheel from NPD. In assemblying the wheel, I do not understand how the plastic pieces are supposed to be installed per a Ford parts pic. From what I see looking at the plastic pieces 6 ea, 3 fit onto the inner ring prons and 3 ea. fit on the outter ring prongs. The Ford parts drawing, makes it look like the plastic pieces do not fit onto the prongs, but fit against the prongs. Which is correct? I am having a tough time getting the proper spacing between the 2 rings so my horn is not blowing all the time.
  4. 69bossnine
    01-09-2013 01:25 PM - permalink
    69bossnine
    I've PM'd you Joe...
  5. Harleyjoe43
    01-06-2013 09:51 PM - permalink
    Harleyjoe43
    Regarding the Silver Springs show....I want to try out the "cruise" on Fri. Do I register for the show then or register on Sat. before the event ? Thanks, Joe Q.
  6. 68fastwilliams
    11-28-2012 09:49 AM - permalink
    68fastwilliams
    Rick,

    Did you see this thread?

    http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/vi...ml#post4335015

    Is this car really worth 239K?

    Thanks,

    Mark
  7. 69bossnine
    08-13-2012 12:51 PM - permalink
    69bossnine
    Sorry for the delayed reply, I was on vacation. The correct color is our # AP-GPA Medium Charcoal Metallic. The top edge of the moldings are NOT supposed to be bare. You should spray the entire molding. So your moldings are currently painted correctly, although I can't speak to whether they were sprayed in the correct color.

    The correct clips for the letter come with our Scott Drake repro letters, but we don't have the clips seperately. Perhaps an email to Drake could glean a Ford standard part # or industry #. It's just a little 5/16" - 9/16" press-on clip.

    There is only Ford one drawing I know of that shows fastener locations and fastener types for the moldings themselves. We have a Ford Text & Illustration manual on CD, L-TI-6572.

    Hope this helps!!
  8. doubletrouble
    08-06-2012 01:37 PM - permalink
    doubletrouble
    Rick-

    You've helped me out a few years back when I was restoring my son's 66 coupe. I have another question for you with regards to my 70 Mach 1. I researched some posts on this subject and saw your responses though they are a few years back. I am looking at my rocker moldings (they are in good shape) and need to repaint them. Which dark argent paint should I purchase (if that is still the correct paint) and are the moldings top surface bare with the paint recessed as on the "MACH 1" lettering? My current moldings were obviously painted and they are completely painted and I don't think that is correct. I am going to replace "MACH 1" lettering and I have had trouble finding the proper fasteners that go behind the molding. Do you know where we might obtain those fasteners? I am still trying to figure out how to disassemble and reassemble these things as I haven't found a good drawing or instructions on how this is done.

    Al
  9. 6T9 Mach
    07-09-2012 11:16 PM - permalink
    6T9 Mach
    Rick-

    I've got a 1969 Mach1 that needs a tail light panel replaced. I've read a few of your posts about repro sheet metal and had a question. Has NPD received any feedback on the tail light panel "improved repro OS", on page 219 of the 2012 catalog, as far as fit goes?

    Thanks,

    Ron
  10. macwon0
    08-02-2011 03:06 AM - permalink
    macwon0
    Hi Rick.
    I posted the info below on VMF and a respondent suggested I contact you....


    I would appreciate any help with the following query:- The NPD catalog lists the paint for a 67 grille as Charcoal Blue. I want to remove the current untidy, chipped black finish and respray it the original color.
    Due to HAZMAT regulations the paint can't be air-freighted to Australia. You might be able to give me a lead on the code/manufacturer of this paint so I can get it mixed here.
    Thanks, Tim.

About Me

  • About 69bossnine
    Occupation
    V.P., C.O.O., NPD

Statistics

Total Posts
Visitor Messages
General Information
  • Last Activity: Yesterday 03:53 PM
  • Join Date: 10-08-2004
  • Referrals: 0

Friends

Showing Friends 1 to 2 of 2

Feedback

iTrader Profile Recent Ratings
Feedback Score:
Positive Feedback:
0
0%
Members who left positive:
Members who left negative:
0
0
Total positive feedback: 0
View all feedbacks for 69bossnine
  Past
Month
Past
6 Months
Past
12 Months
Positive Positive 0 0 0
Neutral Neutral 0 0 0
Negative Negative 0 0 0
Powered by vBadvanced CMPS v3.2.2

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 06:25 AM.


Powered by vBulletin® Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
SEO by vBSEO 3.3.2 ©2009, Crawlability, Inc.