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  1. Federico Garza
    04-02-2016 11:47 PM - permalink
    Federico Garza
    One more question Rusty, do you use weld thru primer or just epoxy and seam sealer
  2. Federico Garza
    01-22-2016 09:46 PM - permalink
    Federico Garza
    Quick question on spi epoxy rusty, I dont have a paint booth and the weather is not warm here right now, do you have any problems if you spray it and the temp is no tover 65 all day long

    Thanks in adavance.

    Federico Garza
    Mexico
  3. QUATRO NEGRO
    11-10-2015 07:47 PM - permalink
    QUATRO NEGRO
    I have been looking at archived articles on the Colt of personality build that you worked on and had a question for you. I know that they minit tubbed the rear end with the goodmark kit and then installed the tci torsion bar setup. However with the track link bars mounting to the outside of the frame rail did they even see any benifit to the mini tub? If so are you aware of the final tire size they were able to run? And im not 100% sure but i think you modified the fender to be more flared, and if so without it did what tire width would they have been able to go with? Thanks in advance! And love your work
  4. arcane73
    09-19-2013 11:03 PM - permalink
    arcane73
    I just wanted to take a minute to say that you guys always do the most impressive work.
  5. dhowton
    08-01-2013 11:57 AM - permalink
    dhowton
    Hey, I wanted to thank you for your suggestion on using SPI epoxy, I didnt realize how close to me they were located. I also had a question for you, I have noticed you seem to cover your cowl vents on a lot of your projects. I am considering covering mine up as well but I keep going back in forth, I will be putting in a modern ac unit which I know covers the fresh air vent on the passenger side but I just keep hearing people say that when you cover up the cowl vents it gets really stuffy in the car. I just wanted your opinions on what the down sides to covering the vents are if there are any. I think you are probably the best person to ask considering you live in a neighboring humid state and you have a lot of experience with this. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
  6. rusty428cj
    01-02-2013 06:23 PM - permalink
    rusty428cj
    The hood release is for a 1967 - 1968 Mustang and will be in Modified Mustangs & Fords magazine but I don't know yet what issue.
  7. abates
    01-02-2013 01:38 PM - permalink
    abates
    You mentioned in one of you threads that you were working on an interior hood latch release for one of the 65 or 66 mustangs you were working on. What magazine will this article be in and do you know what month it will be published in? Thanks. The work at you shop is unbelievable

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  • About rusty428cj
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    Port Richey, Fl
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    Drag Racing
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    Owner Gillis Performance Restorations
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    Rusty Gillis
    Former SS/FA and SS/GA NHRA Record Holder

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02-13-2017
09:41 AM - rusty428cj quoted Dan Babb in post Welding rear valance
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02-12-2017
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02-08-2017
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02-07-2017
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01-20-2017
08:51 AM - rusty428cj quoted app01 in post 1969 Mustang race car that I have owned since 1970
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01-19-2017
08:50 AM - rusty428cj quoted app01 in post 1969 Mustang race car that I have owned since 1970
Rusty, Great thread and su...
01-15-2017
08:52 AM - app01 quoted rusty428cj in post Kirkey Seat and Stock Steering Wheel?
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01-14-2017
02:53 PM - rusty428cj quoted app01 in post Kirkey Seat and Stock Steering Wheel?
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01-13-2017
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01-10-2017
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01-09-2017
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12-19-2016
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12-09-2016
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12-05-2016
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12-03-2016
09:53 PM - rpm quoted rusty428cj in post 1969 Mustang race car that I have owned since 1970
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