Lookes like quite a bit of rust for a Florida car? Coast cars do rust a good bit I ve heard.
1965 Fastback-Scat 331, Dart heads, FPA headers, Air Gap intake, 650 Ultra DP, Cobra pan, Lunati VooDoo cam 61003, C-4, 10 inch converter, Reverse manual valve body,Detroit Truetracw/3.50s, subframe connectors.
1968 S-code Torino Fastback= project
1966 A-code Mustang coupe=Basket case not sure what to do with it used some parts for the fastback.
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1966 Mustang Convertible, candy apple red, black interior, black power top with glass window, I6, autolite 1100 carb. Pertronix Ingitor, C4 auto transmission, Scarebird 4 lug disc brake conversion, dual master cylinder conversion.
1976 Cobra II, white with blue strips and blue interior, 302 cid, auto trans, blackjack headers. Restoration in process.
wow i mean wow. I did a double take in my mind because i believe that my cowls are intact but i do have small rust that can be seen underneatht the car on the floor pans that dont seem like they have made it past the inside shell and i grinded and painted the whole underside of the car so i know where the rust is. i have mabye like 5 nickel - quarter size holes. I am scared to pull back the carpet now. o and the only reason why the floors rusted is because the driver side door was off the track so it did not seal correctly so rain just got in their and soaked into the carpet.
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