Wife,........."You drove how far for that thing?"
Daughter,..."Theres no inside and it stinks."
Friend,......."Dude, thats a rusted piece of sheet."
Son,.........."This old car is cool."
Had to do a double-take on the goat to realize it was parked on... SNOW? Nice work- you could do a whole article on the materials and process you used to install the back up lights (would be something interesting to see in Mustang Monthly).
'65 coupe, 200ci, T5spd, Silver Smoke Gray, Std Red Interior '03 convertible, V6, auto, Silver Metallic, Black Top '14 coupe (on order- ETA 05/30/13), Sterling Gray, 5.0, 6spd, Track Pack, Glass Roof, Brick Red interior
All I can say is just, wow. She is turning out beautifully. Can't wait to see it when it's 100%. I wish I had half this knowledge/ability so I could mine look that great, but alas I'm being a slow learner. Anyway keep it up!
We work on the 2.5” exhaust system yesterday. the shorty header and down pipes are from JBA and from the down pipe back is from Pypes.
With just a few cut with a 2.5” pipe cuter the system fit great!
We will weld all but the mufflers and will also weld on the back hangers so you will not see the clamps. From the movie it looks like the Bullitt car has a slash cut tail pipes that stick out about 2 to 2.5”. one step closer to startup!
Today we painted the wheels a charcoal gray so they would look more like the original Torque Thrust. After trying a few other colors we decided on Eastwood’s Zinc Phosphate as it look like the original wheels and it is a nice satin finish.
We think they look a lot better then the light grey.
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