I concur with WI resident above. Winter sucks and working with door shut gets really dusty and cloudy in garage.
Anycase, got the quarter rough hung. Still need to do some tweaking of underlying panels so that outer wheel well will sit properly and minor trim work.
Then once cold front clears, it'll be time to do some bonding. I'm going with the Evercoat as discussed earlier which is a one part not requiring the special 3M style gun I've used in past. It could be interesting as this car needs so much help.
69 351 TKO Sport Roof
70 557 PG Mach I
67 347 TKO Coupe open track car
67 289 C4 Coupe cruiser
69 460 SCJ TKO convertible
94 351 TKO NASA Mustang
For starters, trim the grill so it's kind of like the new Shelby, all open center. Not sure about it yet... we'll see.
The other thing I was planning out was what I'm going to do with that vertical piece of metal that hold the hood latch and connects all the valance and little things together. I no longer have the hood latch, since I have pins, so I was trying to devise a plan to get rid of some of that clutter...
1969 Ford Mustang Coupe; 351w (5.8L) carb engine; Champion 4 row aluminum radiator; Edelbrock Performer RPM Intake Manifold; Edelbrock 750 CFM Carb; Crager Wheels; 215/60-15 front tires, 255/60-15 rear tires; Doug Tri-Y Headers; Custom Dual Side Exit Exhaust w/Xpipe; MSD 6AL; Electric Fuel Pump; March Performance U/D Pulley Set; Curved Monte Carlo Bar.
Scott, I'm liking that color more everytime I see it. You going to put any stripes on it, or you staying solid color.
1967 Base coupe w/ Fox Body 5.0 EFI, AOD, 5 spring leafs for the rear, new upper and lower arms & bushings, 1" sway bar, Shelby drop, KYB gas-adjust shocks x4, Borgeson P/S, CAA A/C, AAW wiring harness, RJM EFI harness, 20 gal fuel tank, VHX Digital Dakota gauges, Tin Man sub frame connectors, 2.5" Magnaflow dual exhaust, two turtle doves, and a partridge in a pear tree.
Beautiful day in Alabama, so I washed and waxed the mustang. Had been waiting to try the Jax wax I bought a couple of months ago. Then went out for a cruise. Hard to beat 70 degree weather in mid-January.
Installed roof rail weatherstrip, installed new mounting points for 3 point seat belts, and checked the alignment of my engine block to my T56 bellhousing - looks like I'll be needing some offset dowel pins.
'66 Emberglo Coupe - Restoration in progress
5.0 EFI conversion
Rod & Custom Motorsports IFS
TCP subframe connectors
Vintage Air Heat & AC
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