Previous Mustangs,65 Fastback, 68 J code GT Coupe, 69 Coupe, & 70 Coupe.
2000 Ranger Extd Cab 4X4 (My DD) w/01 lights & grille.
2008 Escape (Wifes DD)
1999 Explorer Sport
1969 Mustang Coupe (Project)
MCA#-04549. MCA member for 35 years.
"The times I've been mistaken, its impossible to say". - The Moody Blues.
Car, assembled, delivered new on carrier. F.O.B. from someplace.
Milo, see that Caspian blue vert on my sig. That rolled off the car carrier brand new, my factory order. I appreciate my lime gold 68 vert that I bought 10 years old much more. A lot of DIY and history in the 68.
My '64 1/2 vert. Ordered May '64. D code 4 speed, handling package, caspian blue, accent group, Ford blue manual top.
'68 vert. driver. Owned since Apr '78. C code AT, AC, PS, P disc B, PT lime gold, standard black interior and top. NOS RF fender and left quarter.New top and folding glass.
Nice, Slim... love that sort of history. I'm the third owner of my coupe and I have the original owner's name but haven't decided whether to track him down yet or not.
I was just thinking about it and it occurs to me that I'd actually consider buying a new car if it was as easy to work on as these are. And I love that the Dynacorn bodies won't (shouldn't) rust. So if someone could just make a new one, then whee.
Okay, Here's my input:
Scott - I haven't held a set in my hand, but I've seen pics and seen them in a car. I'm told they'd be very difficult to make, but I'll throw that one to the others to see what they think. Hopefully we have a set here I can look at.
Greg - I think you're right, I've tossed that one out before, but I just have to get the guys to warm up to that one.
Blues Power - We discussed the 70 California tank, but the consensus was it was too complex and the market too limited, but I can always throw it out again. The pointers we've been making for almost 2 years.
Frank - Is there anything(s) specific you've been waiting 6 weeks for? I know we are out of stock on a few things, but I want to make sure the ball is on our court.
Thanks - Tim
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