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post #46 of 166 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 06:38 PM
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Here is my 65 resto mod begging for paint but it will have to wait till next year.
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post #47 of 166 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 06:39 PM
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Go to the top of this page and click on Gallery. This is where the photos of Mustangs are on this forum.

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Ordered a new Acapulco Blue Coupe in 67. Long gone to midwest rust. Now have a 67 white coupe. 289 4V C4 headers Comp Cam. Black interior & top. Runs strong!


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My 67 Shelby Clone. 3 yrs start to finish.... Worth every second!
has an 87 5.0 HO and toploader 4 speed.

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'65 FB GT 289 .030 over, 4wdiscs, 9" rear, 4spd toploader, PS, pony interior.
That car looks so good it's pornographic!
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here's my '66 as it sits right now. doing the front suspension and disc conversion right now.

66 mustang coupe, 302 / T5-Z / 3.80 trac-lok

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Here's mine right after I shot some primer on it a few months ago. It's a 1970 Mach 1 H-Code, 3-speed manual with the original 351 Cleveland. It was a running, driving car when I bought it, but it was rough.

I stripped the car down and had it media blasted. I have since replaced the radiator support, battery apron, cowl, floor pans, B-pillar, trunk/seat divider, trunk pan, rear crossmember and taillight panel. I still have to replace a roof pillar and, as you can see, patch the lower right quarter panel.
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post #52 of 166 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 10:05 PM
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The sig says it all

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1967 coupe I6,Dui dizzy,front disc,first car. 08/17/07-06/27/09 =(
1970 Fastback 5.0 efi hydr clutch.to be my DD. 8/9/10-11/26/13 =(
1969 Fastback project hardfind 12/14/13
08 focus 2dr coupe dd

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My Mustang Mach1 & GT

My one owner 1970 Mach1 and My 1991 Mustang GT Vert and My old 1971 429scj sold in 1987
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My1970 mach1 blue Owned 44 yrs was used for Coker Tire ad. photo by Byrd
1961 T-bird convertible, possible 1961 Elvis movie , "Follow that Dream " red florida car
1991 Mustang GT convertible
previously owned rides
1971 mach1 429SCJ Grabber Yellow
1969 Cougar XR7 428 CJ
1965 Mustang GT Fastback
1965 Mustang fastback
1968 Torino notchback
1958 Thunderbird
1976 Mustang cobra II 302 4spd
1979 Mustang Cobra Turbo 4
1980 Mustang 4
1970 Dodge Challenger R/t 440
1968 Firebird 400

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My 66 coupe.






5.0 H.O. roller block,cast iron GT-40 heads, e303 cam, 1.7 roller rockers,RPM intake,600 holley dbl. pump,
duraspark ign.,FPA headers,and t-5 trans.
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Wow! A host of awesome cars! I love the black 65 GT w/ red stripes. Nicely done.
Anyway, here's my ride.
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DD, mild 331, T5, torque arm
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My 69 Coupe
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Here's my 68 coupe


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The sig says it all
FYI, some people (me included) turn off sig's since some of them are totally out of control.
I'd still like to see your car though.
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The first pic shows how she looked when I first bought her and the second is what she is looking like rite now. Over the year with owning we did the efi swap from 92 mustang gt 5 speed, hydraulic clutch, and the body work which is still going on now.

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1967 coupe I6,Dui dizzy,front disc,first car. 08/17/07-06/27/09 =(
1970 Fastback 5.0 efi hydr clutch.to be my DD. 8/9/10-11/26/13 =(
1969 Fastback project hardfind 12/14/13
08 focus 2dr coupe dd

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No, that's not my tag, that's a leftover from someplace..

Nowhere near perfect, but it makes me happy.
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