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show your mustang!!

Hi guys!!

Im a new member and in others forums, we have a Thread only to put a pics of our cars. can you collaborate? all mustangs in one thread. Pics, specs......all that you want! I start








1966 built in San Jose, april 26. Power steering, air conditioned, disc brake, c4 automatic transmision, 289 code c. 39 years in L.A, 2 years in France and 5 here in Spain (europe)

next please??
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67 with a 302 auto
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68, with 351W & toploader. Under construction.



68 Fastback.
351Windsor, 4sp, 8" 3.40 TracLok
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1965 Mustang Coupe

1965 Coupe finally in for paint. I did the body work over the last 9 months. Base coat applied, clear coat is scheduled for December 10.



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It used to look pretty good. Now it looks like it just sits around, which is exactly what it does.



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1965 Six Cylinder Coupe
1953 Buick Super

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I've got two. Parents bought them new.
'68 is a 289 with Edelbrock injection, truck C6, Gear vendors overdrive, carbon fiber driveshaft, 9" rear, full Global West suspension, B302 Trans Am front disc and 2.5" rear drum brakes. Rims are 16" Vintage Wheel Works V-48's.
'66 is a factory GT with a blueprinted 289, WR toploader, Versailles rear, full Global West suspension, B302 Trans Am front disc. Car has 'glass front fenders, Imron paint and about 200 subtle "improvements." Rims are 16" Vintage Wheel Works V-45's.
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Here ya go. Ongoing restoration. Total basket case when I brought it home in December of 2008. But when I bought it I did get a brand new high performance drivetrain that had never been installed.

1970 Fastback (to be finished outside as a Boss 302 clone)
393 Windsor AFR 205 heads with 11.5:1 compression, Victor Jr. intake, solid roller cam with shaft mount roller rockers
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Mine are in my signature, plus I have a 1971 Mach I and a 1966 Mustang Jr.

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Trouble, 1968 Fastback - Modified
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'65 FB GT 289 .030 over, 4wdiscs, 9" rear, 4spd toploader, PS, pony interior.



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Here ya go... as someone said at a show today, its "Just a 6 cylinder coupe." Gets me around though!


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'65 Coupe, Silver Smoke Gray, Std Red Interior, ENGINE: 200ci inline six, Offy 3x1 intake, HEI ignition, Classic Inlines dual header; TRANSMISSION: T5 5 speed, 3.55 8" rear; MISC: Chockostang front disc conversion, dual master, MB "Old School" 15" wheels
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69 Mach,390 V4, 4 speed
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My '99 GT..




Our '65 coupe in progress...


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'99 GT automatic
CDC Shaker scoop, K&N Filter
MAC cat back
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KYB GR2 shocks and struts
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'65 Mustang coupe in progress
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Snapped a quick shot of the car in garage...

331 stroker with 405 rwhp. Ladder bar setup in rear. Coil overs all around. 4 discs. 5 speed. 9 inch. 6 point roll bar setup. Mini Tub. TCP Manual Rack and Pinion. yada yada yada

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331 stroker, 5 speed
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510 rwhp after S/C
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My first car, bought her when I was 15 in 1986.



69 Mach 1 H-code 418W/TKO600/Holley Terminator EFI/RMP Front Coil-Over/TCP Manual R&P/3.70 Auburn Pro/Global West SFC-5 Leafs-Del-A-Lum/Koni's/Magnaflow 2.5 X pipe

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